Hand on Heart, Are You Compliant with Your Operator Licence Undertakings?
Obtaining your O licence is just the beginning of your compliance commitment. With the Office of the Traffic Commissioner keeping a continual and close eye on your business to ensure that you meet their requirements, it’s vital that everything is kept in order. Fail to comply with legislation, and your licence could be at risk.
The DVSA Earned Recognition scheme is a voluntary initiative which allows organisations to demonstrate they are fully compliant with driver and vehicle standards in return for a reduced burden of enforcement. To be considered for the scheme, operators must display a strong track record of compliance.
The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme is a way of demonstrating a professional standard of compliance to your customers and other industry professionals. Based on the four key areas of efficiency, lawfulness, safety and environmental protection, this prestigious award is given to operators with exceptional standards.
Traffic Commissioners are responsible for the licensing and regulation of those who operate heavy goods vehicles, buses and coaches, and the registration of local bus services. They are assisted in this work by deputy Traffic Commissioners, who preside over a number of public inquiries.
Ensuring your vehicles are regularly inspected and maintained is a condition of your operator licence. Our comprehensive audit and compliance service will help you manage your operator licence systems and documentation to ensure you never put your licence at risk, or your business in jeopardy.
Ensuring your Driver and Tachograph records are correctly recorded and managed is a condition of your operator licence. Our comprehensive audit and compliance service will help you manage your operator licence systems and documentation to ensure you never put your licence at risk, or your business in jeopardy.
Ensuring your workshop and maintenance provisions are up to date and effective is is a condition of your operator licence. Our comprehensive audit and compliance service will help you manage your maintenance and workshop systems and procedures to ensure you never put your licence at risk or your business in jeopardy.
This service examines all areas of your operation, including record keeping and reporting, maintenance, driver hours and tachograph data. The process usually takes around 60 to 90 minutes and we provide a full written report within 7 days. This document can be used to demonstrate compliance to Traffic Commissioners.
Self-Audit Toolkit covers all the basic areas of your undertakings such as; tachograph and driver hours, vehicle record keeping, maintenance and defect reporting. The toolkit will enable you to conduct a review of your own systems and procedures, perhaps prior to an external audit, so that you may make an informed decision as to the general level of compliance within your organisation.