Operators will be able to demonstrate that they are meeting Earned Recognition standards to specific customers after the DVSA said it was designing a “bolt-on module”. Currently the Earned Recognition scheme enables companies to share their performance data with the DVSA, proving they meet the enforcement agency’s standards. In return, they’re less likely to be stopped for roadside inspections. But now the agency is developing a new module that covers additional requirements and will demonstrate to certain clients, such as […]
Risk management, driver behaviour and improving efficiency through collaboration are among the topics that will be discussed at the Microlise Transport Conference workshops.
Earned recognition is a flagship DVSA scheme designed to drastically reduce the time wasted checking up on compliant operators in order to free up limited enforcement resources to improve road safety by focusing on the seriously and serially non-compliant.
The new head of the DVSA has promised that its ‘earned recognition’ scheme will be a huge benefit to operators, “as they will be able to work in a freer way than they can now”.