Coach Suppliers Compliance Audits & Process Reviews
Many schools or organisations do not have the time or expertise to ensure their outsourced vehicle providers operates safely and is legally compliant. Our review process will provide a detailed report showing: how safe they operate, their compliance level and what incident and risk management processes they operate. See a link to our Coach Compliance page.
Managing your Operators Licence
Arrange a Fleet and Transport Audit or contact us to get free expert advice on managing your Operators Licence. Our qualified Transport Managers will provide you with all the help you need, to manage your Operators Licence or Section 19/22 bus Permits.
- Why arrange a Fleet and Transport Audit?
- Operator’s Licence & Section 19/22 Permit Compliance Audit
- Coach Supplier Compliance check
- Links to Important UK Gov sites
Why carry out a R700 Business Solutions Audit?
Vehicles specified on an Operator’s Licence or 19/22 Bus Permits are controlled by a strict regulations and guidelines. These are policed by DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency). Addition your drivers must follow regulations and if they fail to meet these, the operator can be prosecuted and lose their Licence or Permits.
Most day-to-day transport management processes can be carried out by a Site Manager, however to maintain compliance it is imperative that operator arrange a regular Fleet and Transport Audit.
Operator’s Licence & Section 19/22 Permit Compliance Audit/Review
The format of the Fleet and Transport Audit is based on industry best practices and includes items audited during a DVSA compliance check. The sections include:
Maintenance – involves the inspection of selected vehicles and the presentation of the vehicle.
Driver’s & Records – includes driver training, drivers hours, driving licences and disclaimers.
Operator’s Licence & Legalities – Section includes administration, legal documents, compliance and vehicle files.
The results are coded for quick reference (green 90%> yellow 80–89% Red >80%) then discussed with the local Manager before sending to the key people.