John Lewis has called on Jaupt to provide more visibility about the way in which a driver obtains their Driver Qualification Card (DQC) in the future. Speaking at a Skills for Logistics (SfL) event last week to celebrate the sector’s achievement in successfully completing the first wave of Driver CPC training, Tanith Dolan, technical training director at John Lewis, said: “I’m recruiting at the moment, and the drivers all come forward with their DQC cards. But what goes behind that […]
There is a huge amount of ignorance among drivers over the drivers’ hours rules and tachograph regulations, says senior TC Beverley Bell.
Waitrose plans to transfer operations covered by a Kuehne + Nagel operated regional DC to its first national distribution centre (NDC).
After a five-month investigation, the DSA has found “no evidence of criminal activity” after a JAUPT-approved Driver CPC course that lasted less than five hours was logged as seven hours on the DSA database. An undercover reporter working for MT attended the £40 course in Sittingbourne, Kent, in January 2012. After the course finished two hours early, the reporter made a formal complaint to accreditation body JAUPT and was interviewed by a DSA fraud investigation team in May. Since then, […]