Help using eNVD


eNVD stands for electronic National Vendor Declaration. The Livestock Production Assurance NVD communicates the food safety and treatment status of every animal every time it moves – between properties, to saleyards, or to processors. The NVD also acts as movement documentation throughout the value chain.

NVDs are a legal document that are key to Australian red meat’s traceability and market access. It is crucial that you fill out the NVD accurately, when you tick a box or answer a question on your LPA NVD, you are declaring your on-farm practices meet LPA requirements, and ultimately customer expectations.

Your tick must be backed up by accurate farm records. This is your pledge that the meat from your farm has been produced safely, ethically and meets biosecurity requirements– it means you stand by what you sell.

eNVD is the digital process for assuring and moving livestock. It is a fast and easy way for users to complete livestock consignments and maintain LPA records. The system will be continuously improved to create better experiences for users and add value to our industry’s integrity.

Securely stored and always available

Answer questions once

Templates make similar movements easy

Makes LPA audits simple


Print at any time

For more frequently asked questions, visit the NVD page on the ISC website.

How-to video


Producers and feedlots

  1. Go to the LPA website

  2. Log in using your LPA credentials (PIC, User ID and password)

  3. Go to NVDs

  4. Select Access eNVD here

If you don’t know your LPA credentials call the ISC helpdesk on 1800 683 111

Other users

  1. Go to the NLIS website

  2. Log in using your PIC and password

  3. Select view eNVDs

This is a read-only view of the eNVDs you are receiving, check these consignments have been completed before using them for your records.

If you have trouble accessing consignments via NLIS, please contact the ISC helpdesk on 1800 683 111

Follow these steps using a computer, laptop or mobile device:

  1. Select Create new consignment

  2. Choose to Create from scratch or Use an existing template (if you have one)

  3. Fill in movement information. If you get stuck on the destination PIC, chose to enter the details manually and put the name and address. The destination PIC is only mandatory in WA and TAS.

  4. Select the species you are moving

  5. Select the forms you want to include in the consignment. The LPA NVD is mandatory for all consignments and other form options are shown based on your program accreditation.

  6. You can now submit and print blank forms if you wish to fill the rest out on paper. Remember to print 3 copies (you, transporter, and receiver). Otherwise, continue to answer the questions online.

  7. Once you’ve finished, submit the consignment and view the PDF forms.

If you are having trouble, check the how-to’s, FAQs or call the ISC helpdesk on 1800 683 111

Once you’ve submitted a consignment you can only update:

  • movement date

  • livestock description

  • transporter details

If you need to change other details you can delete the submitted consignment and start again. You can do this quickly by using a template or duplicating a similar consignment.

To change movement date, livestock description or transporter details on submitted consignments:

  1. Click on the consignment from your consignment list or select Options and Update consignment

  2. Update information

  3. Select Save changes in the header

When you submit a consignment you are automatically taken to consignment summary page, from here:

  1. Select the Print button

  2. From the PDF choose your regular method of printing (depending on browser and computer)

From the consignment list:

  1. Select the consignment

  2. Select View documents or;

  3. Select the Print button

  4. From the PDF choose your regular method of printing

Remember you can also email or SMS the PDF forms to whoever you like.

You can delete draft and submitted consignments by:

  1. Select Options in the consignment list

  2. Choose Delete consignment in red

  1. Choose or create a consignment that you want to use as a template

  2. Select Options in the consignment list

  3. Select Create a new template

  4. Enter a template name


If you have feedback please fill in the in app feedback pop-ups or contact us by email. If you need more help, please call the ISC helpdesk on 1800 683 111