Walker Logistics said it was aiming to keep its Berkshire site a “Coronavirus-free zone” after introducing its own in-house track and trace system. Temporary and permanent staff, as well as visitors to Walker’s premises, are now required to use their smart phones to scan a QR code which links to a short survey. Everybody entering the building is asked to provide information such as their name and contact details, the area of the site where they will be working or […]
Transaid, the international transport charity, said it had secured vital funding to help protect supply chain workers in Zambia from exposure to Covid-19.
Yodel has reversed its decision to sack licensed security staff at its Hatfield depot and allegedly try to replace them with lower paid non-Security Industry Authority (SIA) licenced personnel.
Transport for London has refused to extend the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) grace period after Logistics UK said a shortage of parts and vehicles was making compliance difficult for operators.