Yearly Archives: 2010

FAQs for DVLA policy change on revocation of driving licences.

Licence Bureau have received additional FAQ information direct from the DVLA in regards of our previous bulletin, “DVLA policy change affect 42,000 UK drivers per annum”.  Below is the concise FAQs document as supplied by DVLA Operational Support & Development

Not as fit as he appeared

It is always difficult to know what to look out for with rogue employees however this interesting case sheds light on a scenario which is perhaps more prevalent across business drivers than may be expected and comes with obvious tell

DVLA policy change effect 42,000 UK drivers per annum

Licence Bureau has received the following changes to Policy for the DVLA which effect 42,000 UK drivers per annum. (Information correct as of 16th November 2010) Revocation of driving licences Drivers who receive penalties from the courts or the fixed

Licence Bureau hoping for a very Bright Day!

Licence Bureau are holding a Brake road safety charity “Bright Day”, please donate & help save lives on British Roads.

Safety and Health Practitioner checking entitlements to drive

SHP highlight that when checking entitlements to drive the best approach is to let the professionals handle it by using a licence checking agency such as Licence Bureau

Road casualty figures thankfully on downward trend

The Department for Transports Annual Report on Road Casualties in Great Britain 2009 showed a downward trend across all key areas. There were a total of 222,146 reported casualties of all severities, 4 per cent lower than in 2008. 2,222

Agency or permanent? To be compliant they will all need their driving credentials checked

The government is reviewing an EU directive, agreed by the last government, that places agency drivers on equal footing with permanent drivers after 12 weeks employment.

Guernsey Court Case – a sign of the way things are moving?

Insurer in record £13.75m motor payout. 17 September, 2010 Guernsey Court rules insurer and reinsurers to pay for professional cyclist needing 24-hour care after road crash.

The Bribery Act coming into force April 2011

The Bribery Act 2010 is due to come into force in April 2011, with significant implications for organisations incorporated or formed in the UK. It also affects those carrying out their business or part of their business in the UK

Manual Licence checking does not work!

Licence Bureau Ltd was contacted in September 2010 by a Fleet Manager with over 20 years’ experience. His system of licence checking involved both a visual driving licence check every 3 – 6 months and photocopying the licence. The company

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