HGV drivers made redundant by RHA members can apply for a free day’s Driver CPC or an HGV driver medical to help them get back to work. The move is aimed at helping those HGV drivers who have lost their jobs at an RHA member company. The RHA is calling on its members to make any drivers that they have made redundant aware of this offer. Drivers can apply through the RHA Benevolent Fund which will fund the CPC or […]
The RHA has labelled transport minister Jesse Norman as complacent after he belatedly revealed plans to create a national charging infrastructure to prevent the creation of a “patchwork” of clean air zones (CAZs) with differing charges and regulations.
For hauliers who have been obliged to suspend or severely cut back on their operations because of the Covid-19 epidemic, a return to work probably cannot come soon enough. But as Jonathon Backhouse of Backhouse Jones solicitors told motortransport.co.uk, operators need to be aware of possible pitfalls in resuming their operations.
Europa Worldwide Group said the pandemic had “shone a light on logistics”, which had translated into a bumper crop of school leavers and graduates keen to pursue sales roles in the industry.