Compliance

Licence Bureau introduces new remote Driver CPC training programmes to add to its compliance portfolio

Licence Bureau, part of TTC Group, has introduced its new Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) remote training programmes. The new Driver CPC offering from the UK’s number one provider of Driver Licence validation services further strengthens its burgeoning compliance portfolio developed to optimise road safety amongst fleets, businesses and individual drivers. The Driver CPC […]

Vehicle Speed Compliance Statistics, Great Britain: January – June 2020

The proportion of cars exceeding the speed limit during the UK coronavirus lockdown was higher than for the equivalent period of 2019. These differences emerged as road traffic levels reduced sharply in late March after the UK lockdown was introduced. As restrictions eased later in quarter 2 2020 (April to June), road traffic began to […]

Overview of the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) requirements

European legislation requiring a Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) qualification in addition to a driving licence applies to new drivers acquiring a PCV licence from September 2008 and for drivers acquiring an LGV licence from September 2009. Those who held a vocational licence on these dates have acquired rights for the initial qualification, however, all […]

Vehicle speed compliance statistics for Great Britain: 2019

These statistics provide insight into the speeds at which drivers choose to travel and their compliance with speed limits under free flow conditions but should not be taken as estimates of actual compliance or actual average speed across the wider road network. Long-term trends in vehicle speed compliance show consistent compliance with speed limits across […]

Association for Driver Licence Verification (ADLV) Urges Fleets to Continue their Online Driver Checking while the Lockdown Eases

The ADLV of which Licence Bureau is a member is urging fleets to maintain frequent online checking of driving licences as the UK lockdown eases. With rapidly expanded delivery fleets on one hand and a sudden increase in returning car drivers and volunteers on the other, the number of licence checks required has grown markedly. […]

£450k fine for failing to manage driver fatigue

Renown Consultants has been fined £450,000 after its failure to manage driver fatigue led to the deaths of two employees. The firm, which trades as Renown Railway Services, was found guilty of health and safety offences at Nottingham Crown Court in March. It was also ordered to pay £300,000 in court costs. The case was brought […]

Driver Compliance legislation that cover your duty of care responsibility

When operating a fleet, employers have an explicit duty of care, not only for employees, but also to the general public to conduct business activities in accordance with UK law. It is an offence if a company allows an employee to drive a vehicle for work without a valid licence and employers should satisfy themselves […]

The rules may have changed but compliance remains

Licence Bureau is calling on businesses supporting the frontline in the battle against COVID-19 to use the temporary changes in certain transport policies wisely, whilst ensuring they remain compliant. With various temporary changes to transport legislation put in place by government during the UK’s partial lockdown, Licence Bureau is encouraging all businesses to ensure not […]

Licence Bureau’s parent company TTC Group goes online to deliver driver training

Licence Bureau’s parent company TTC Group is now delivering its JAUPT (Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training) approved driver CPC courses online. With the Covid-19 pandemic bringing a halt to all classroom-based courses, TTC Group has obtained formal approval from JAUPT – the organisation responsible for quality assurance programmes across centres and courses for the driver CPC […]