1. What do I do during an intercept if using an EWD?
If an authorised Officer requires to see your work diary then you would hand the Officer your EWD device after switching it to Compliance View by pressing the Compliance button in the Work screen. The officer can then review your EWD as per normal fatigue check.
2. Can an intercepting officer request your mobile device with the EWD?
Once you are intercepted by an officer and asked for your Written Work Diary or EWD you must provide one or both if the WWD or EWD contain any portion of the last 28 days of your work diary.
3. Can an officer view any non-EWD part of your mobile device?
No they cannot. In actual fact, your non EWD compliance portion of the EWD app is password protected and only the driver entering their password can view other parts of the mobile device.
4. Can an officer during an intercept view your EWD prior to 28 days that is held in the EWD mobile device?
No. If an officer requires EWD records for another period prior to 28 days from intercept, then they can 1) refer the officer to your supervisor or record keeper and the recordkeeper can create these additional reports, or 2) if driver is also the recordkeeper, then the driver can request the officer (officer may refuse to provide due to privacy reasons) for an email, and use the EWD button on app to select the Compliance Report, and select the 28 date rage the officer requests.