Your Operator Licence can be your company's most valuable asset. If you are operating for hire or reward, you are not legally permitted to operate vehicles over 3.5 tonne without one.
TME Training offers this seminar to help you understand all the regulations involved and how to implement them directly on a day-to-day basis.
Who Should Attend?
This essential seminar is intended to support and guide those with responsibility for compliance with the O Licencing regulations in companies of all sizes. TME has provided this course for the benefit of Operators, Transport Managers, Traffic office staff and any employee who has responsibility for ensuring Operator Compliance within the business as well as Restricted Licence Operators who require basic systems training and best practice guidance.
Course Aims & Objectives
To provide a 'hands-on' practical understanding of the necessary processes and checks required to ensure compliance with both the letter and the spirit of the Goods Vehicle Operator Licence System. The seminar will cover ongoing management of the licence in changing business conditions. Delegates will...
- Have a better understanding of the principles underpinning the O Licensing System
- Have a clear understanding of the level of commitment and activity needed to create effective management control systems
- Be able to clarify requirements to other staff, either superiors or reportee’s
- Be in a position to contribute cost effective, practical solutions regarding compliance in this area
- Contribute to a beneficial Health & Safety culture in their operation
- Understand their role in managing the O Licence
- Prioritise actions to gain maximum benefit in the shortest time
- Know where to go for follow-up advice and guidance
- Be up-to-date with the latest changes in legislation
- Operator Licence System
- Operator Commitments
- Maintaining Online Records
- Operator Compliance Risk Score (OCRS)
- EU Drivers Hours
- Working Time Directive
- Workforce agreements
- Record keeping
- Driver Licencing
- Vehicle Maintenance (DVSA Guide to Roadworthiness)
- Road Traffic Management and Enforcement
- Dangerous Goods Movements (Road Haulage Only!)
- Speed Limits & Traffic Regulations
- International Aspects of Transport
- The Authorities & Public Enquiries
- Enforcement (DVSA and Police responsibilities)
- Dealing with the Traffic Commissioner