The DVSA is to give an update on its earned recognition scheme at this year’s Microlise Transport Conference on 17 May. The scheme, which requires operators to make their telematics and other records available to the DVSA in order to demonstrate their compliance, was announced at the Microlise conference in 2015. In June 2016, the DVSA said that it expected to roll out earned recognition early this year, following initial trials. At this year’s event at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena, DVSA’s […]
A total of 8,444 HGVs and 310 PSVs were stopped for Driver CPC enforcement purposes from 10 September to 16 October, according to DVSA.
The DVSA is looking at the potential of an Earned Recognition process for operators.
Whatever their personal opinion of the traffic commissioners (TCs), most operators would agree they collectively perform a vital role in keeping the public and industry safe from rogue operators. But one commissioner in particular, Beverley Bell, was among the first to attempt to change the way the TCs are portrayed, and as she prepares to step down from her role and hand over to East of England TC Richard Turfitt, has helped shape the way the transport industry is regulated.