The Fors Community Partnership has described the elevation of one of its silver members to gold status, just as the Upper Tribunal confirmed the firm’s O-licence should be suspended for drivers’ hours and tachograph offences, as “unfortunate timing”. Furthermore, it denied its decision not to review the firm’s Fors status had weakened the credibility of the standards scheme. In August, the Upper Tribunal decided to uphold a week-long suspension of the O-licence of construction haulier J O’Doherty Haulage imposed by […]
Driver CPC delegates can now take up to two hours of a seven-hour course as ‘e-learning’ content under changes brought in this week.
Industrial action by Prospect members at DVSA has been called off after the agency approached ACAS to help resolve the dispute.
Reason Transport has pleaded guilty to charges in connection to the death of HGV driver Petru Pop in November 2016.