Yearly Archives: 2017

Risk Assessment on-line driver assessment and e-learning

Is the next step in our end to end duty of care for drivers-at-work. With a flexible, online driver assessment and training system that is quickly and easily deployed to ensure compliance with UK Health and Safety Law. In order

What are your driver policies and procedures?

Are they detailed and do they support the driver handbook? Below are some example policies you should have. Driver Mobile Phones. Your problem, risk and liability. When your drivers use a mobile phone whilst driving on your behalf, you are

David Hatton, Transport Manager at Thompsons of Crews Hill ensures drivers are safe and legally compliant to operate their vehicles.

“With 13 drivers operating the 12 commercial vehicles on our fleet, with nine of those HGVs, we have a duty-of-care by law to check our drivers’ competency and capability to ensure they are safe and legally compliant to operate our

Rory Morgan of Iron Mountain, is named ‘Road Risk Manager of the Year’ at the recent Brake Fleet Safety Awards

The national road safety charity’s annual ceremony, which was held at Birmingham Hilton Metropole, recognise the achievements of fleet operators and suppliers who are working hard to reduce road crashes involving at-work drivers. The Road Risk Manager of the Year

Licence Bureau urges Courier Companies to introduce rigorous licence checks for temporary Christmas drivers

Licence Bureau has issued a five-point guide to ensure temporary drivers remain safe. The launch of the plan comes as delivery firms are preparing to take on seasonal drivers to cater for a spike in online shopping orders in the

Stowe School attains the complete picture of driver risk through Licence Bureau’s audit.

Stowe School was founded in 1923 a boarding school with just 99 boys and is now coeducational, with some 550 boys and 220 girls.  Alumni includes Richard Branson, Michael Grade, David Niven and Prince Ranier of Monaco. The school employs over

Licence Bureau partners with Company Car in Action to help spread the compliance message.

Company Car in Action (CCIA) is one of the UK’s premier annual driving events for fleet managers and company car drivers and Licence Bureau has managed licence checking at the event held at Millbrook, Bedfordshire for the past three years.

When was the last time you read the UK Highway Code?

  You can access information on, and read the Highway Code at the Government’s website below https://www.gov.uk/guidance/the-highway-code Which will also give you some idea of the huge range of Acts and Regulations that apply to road users: Although failure to

Risk Assessment provides a robust audit trail and comprehensive risk profile for W.S.Dennison

Testimonial from Pamela Dennison of W.S. Dennison. “Having entered the FTA Truck Driver of the Year competition, I had to complete a variety of tasks in the lead-up to the event, which included Licence Bureau’s comprehensive online risk assessment test.

Do you know your driving licence codes

The codes printed on the back of your driving licence tell you what conditions you must meet to drive.     Some codes may be different in Northern Ireland. The codes and their meanings are as follows: 01 – eyesight correction,

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