Month: May 2014

FleetWorld article highlights Compliance Managed Services from Licence Bureau

A new web tool has been launched by the Licence Bureau to provide fleets with an integrated solution for licence checking and risk management/assessment. Intended to help provide firms with an auditable trail to show compliance with duty of care and corporate manslaughter legislation, the firm’s Compliance Managed Services are aimed at businesses of any […]

Licence Bureau on the right rails

Licence Bureau has won a two-year tender to supply driver licence checking services for the railway infrastructure company Network Rail. The contract, announced today after a tender process started in August 2013, sees Licence Bureau starting a partnership to deliver Network Rail’s driver licence validation service as well as a comprehensive audit of all employees […]

Brake and Licence Bureau survey finds fewer than half (44%) would dismiss an employee for driving over the legal alcohol limit

Brake calls for zero-tolerance on at-work drink- and drug-drivers Employers are being urged to implement zero-tolerance policies on at-work drink- and drug-driving by road safety charity Brake, as a Brake and Licence Bureau survey finds fewer than half (44%) would dismiss an employee for driving over the legal alcohol limit. Published today (14 May) in […]

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (ROA)

The following information was received yesterday from DVLA;- Guidance on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 The Ministry of Justice has recently reformed the rehabilitation periods for criminal convictions that are set out in the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (ROA). These reforms, made under the Legal Aid (Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders) Act 2013, […]