As the UK re-emerges in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Licence Bureau is urging businesses to entrust their drivers to make the ‘right’ commercial decisions based on health and safety first and foremost, and forego the temptation to constantly check-up on them.
Driver Licence validation service supplier highlights misalignment between incident reporting mechanisms and published data sets which reduce public and corporate awareness of the risks associated with driving for work.
Permits to Drive All-in-one tool for assessing whether drivers have correct and up-to-date documents New tool builds on existing comprehensive licence checking and compliance platform FTA Tachograph feature to be added to portal following CV Show LICENCE Bureau will relaunch its Compliance Managed Services (CMS) portal with the all-new Permits to Drive feature at the Commercial Vehicle Show on [...]
Unfortunately it is no surprise to see mobile phones topping the list as the number one driving distraction SMALLER business van fleets are putting safety on the back seat and not being proactive to protect themselves from potentially huge claims, according to a survey. Brake and Licence Bureau questioned 228 fleets about driver education and the topics they [...]
Genuine: Illegal licences are a growing menace for businesses and drivers need thorough checks Commercial van fleets should look to have their employee’s paperwork in order, as thousands of UK workers are on the road illegally, statistics from the Licence Bureau suggest. The company, which verifies driving licences on behalf of businesses, says there are approximately 24000 business [...]
Author: ROBIN ROBERTS More danger on the roads is the last thing Britain’s hard working commercial drivers need, but it seems that many drivers are taking to the roads both unlicensed and uninsured, whilst employed by businesses. The Licence Bureau, the UK’s leading authority on driver qualifications has estimated that there are around 24,000 people driving illegally [...]