Monthly Archives: May 2012

Leasing company owner encourages employers to review their vetting procedures

Research released by the Licence Bureau this week has estimated that there are approximately 24,000 illegal motorists on Britain’s roads. The figure is based on the regular checks executed on a weekly basis. Using statistics from 2011, the Licence Bureau

Safety and Health Practitioner: More than 24,000 workers driving illegally in UK

Employers are being urged to check that workers have valid drivers’ licences also if not they could face criminal charges in the event of a fatal road accident. New research carried out by the Licence Bureau, which verifies driving licences

Thousands of illegal company drivers in the UK

According to the thousands of weekly checks that the Licence Bureau is undertaking, there are approximately 24,000 people driving illegally for companies in Britain today. In addition, 1 in 300 licences were found to be invalid during 2011. Read full

Workplace Law: Company directors failing to check for illegal drivers

UK drivers are facing increasing danger on the roads as thousands of workers are driving illegally. Based on the thousands of checks that it carries out every week, Licence Bureau, the UK’s leading authority on driver qualifications, estimates that there

Licence Bureau at “The SHE Show” – Safety Health and Environment

Licence Bureau are exhibiting at “The SHE Show” which is a high profile conference running alongside an exhibition featuring key suppliers and service providers in the fields of safety, health and environment.

Fleet news : Thousands of illegal company drivers in the UK says Licence Bureau

Based on the thousands of checks that it carries out every week, Licence Bureau estimates that there are 24,000 people driving illegally for companies in Britain today. During 2011 Licence Bureau found that on average 1 in every 300 licences

Business Car Manager : Licence checks reveal growing problem of illegal drivers who hide their details

UK motorists are facing increasing danger on roads as thousands of workers are thought to be illegally driving for businesses. Based on the checks that it carries out every week, Licence Bureau, the UK’s leading authority on driver qualifications, estimates

Motor Trade News: Fleet bosses risk prosecution over unlicenced drivers

Many of the UK’s company directors are running the risk of facing corporate manslaughter and Health and Safety charges, which carry unlimited fines and publicity orders, as thousands of their workers are driving illegally, that’s the warning from document checking firm, Licence

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