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No Need to Speed

As part of Road Safety Week 2020 (16-22 November), coordinated by Brake, Licence Bureau is calling on fleet operators and individuals to ‘step up’ their road safety focus by coming together to say that there is No Need to Speed.

Road safety personalisation moves into top gear

TTC Group’s chief executive officer, Jim Kirkwood believes the new-found trust in technology along with a growing awareness in changing human behaviours will serve to heighten the interest in ‘personalisation’ when it comes to road safety for businesses. Here, Jim

‘New norm’ posing new driving for business challenges

The ‘new norm’ of home working and the human behavioural trends that may bring about is creating a whole host of new driving for business challenges according to Licence Bureau. With home working now an established part of day-to-day business

Returning to the Road

Licence Bureau’s training manager Martin Starkey advises employers and employees on these key aspects of “Returning to the road“. Do I need to be driving? Checking the vehicle Cleanliness Refuelling Speed awareness Planning for your journey Click here or on

Licence Bureau calls for businesses to take responsibility and empower drivers

Licence Bureau is calling for all businesses to take responsibility and empower their drivers to make more safety conscious decisions rather than heap more work-related stresses on them. As the UK re-emerges in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Licence

Driver shortage and Driver CPC training for qualified drivers.

There is already a shortage of HGV drivers, and they are currently playing a crucial role in maintaining the supply of food and medicines during the current COVID-19 crisis. These drivers have to have a Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC). 

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

£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

Recruitment of additional drivers

Retailers are continuing to work hard to feed and serve the nation in response to the impacts of the virus. With the massive increase in challenges the delivery sector is facing at the moment, including the recruitment of additional drivers,

Business found guilty after driver fatigue death

Two railway welders died in a road traffic accident as a result of their employer, Renown Consultants Ltd, failing to ensure that they were sufficiently rested to work and travel safely. Nottingham Crown Court heard that Zac Payne, 20, and Michael

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