Motor Transport is excited to be launching a brand-new series of topical webinars for its readers. These engaging online sessions will bring to life the latest industry news, legislation and product innovation to keep your business ahead of the game.
MT Webinars provide the perfect platform for fleet operators to connect directly with leading logistics experts and manufacturers and glean need-to-know knowledge on key fleet and employee management issues.
Our schedule will be expanding in the coming weeks and we’ll make sure to keep you in the loop as new topics are released.
We are also happy to hear from MT readers on topics they would like to see covered in our webinar programme, simply email: email@example.com
Look forward to meeting you online very soon.
Free webinar: Direct Vision Standard explained
Date: Tuesday 19 May
From February 2021 an estimated 250,000 trucks over 12 tonnes GVW running into Greater London must have a Direct Vision Standard (DVS) permit.
DVS will rate trucks from zero to five on the amount of visibility drivers have from their cab of other road users around their vehicle, such as cyclists, pedestrians and motorcyclists. Once in force, DVS will require all lorries to reach a minimum one star to enter the capital or be fitted with a compliant Safe System relying on cameras and sensors.
If you missed the live broadcast you can play the webinar again here.
Free webinar: My Transport Planner
Date: Tuesday 5 May
Motor Transport is excited to be hosting a free webinar on Tuesday 5 May to help operators explore a unique, on-demand transport planning tool. My Transport Planner will enable fleet operators of all sizes to increase vehicle utilisation, cut costs and reduce emissions from road transport.
Using the Software as a Service (SaaS) model, My Transport Planner is a pay-as-you-go solution, and costs less to use than the savings it generates.
It is more efficient than manual planning yet does not require any of the integration or installation of many route optimisation solutions.
Free webinar: Aquarius
Date: Wednesday 8 April
Temporary Relaxation of Driver Hours
- What does this mean?
- How have you managed your drivers so far?
- Will there be more relaxation plans to follow?
We’ll give some examples of how our customers are planning their day and give some anecdotes about ways in which they are working.
Flexible working – Contingency & Emergency Planning
Clarification of this statement put out by the Senior Traffic commissioner.
Explain how this translates to the day to day activity for businesses.
You now have more time to plan – this isn’t going away.
What does it mean, and how you can prepare?