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Selenity launches NHS Driver Compliance Pack

Selenity launches NHS Driver Compliance Pack

Finance and HR cloud technology provider Selenity has launched its NHS Driver Compliance Pack, aimed at ensuring vehicles used by NHS Trusts meet duty of care requirements.

The service includes four checks around driving licence status, vehicle tax, MOT and insurance, along with business classification.

Neil Everatt, chief executive officer of Selenity, said: "We're incredibly lucky to have been working with the NHS for more than 10 years.

“Travel mileage plays a huge part in expenses reclamation and we recognise the administrative challenges facing the NHS.

“Manual checking of driving documentation is an enormous task for many organisations, the NHS Driver Compliance Pack provides a solution which takes care of everything."

Deborah Saunby, sales and marketing director, added: "With a significant amount of business mileage undertaken each year, we know that duty of care is high on the NHS’ priority list, especially as it’s been included in the Agenda for Change.

“We want to help the NHS effectively manage driver and vehicle checks, not only so they can compressively meet their duty of care obligations but also for the safety of drivers and members of the public.”

The pack is currently available for NHS organisations, but there are plans to introduce a similar offering for the private sector throughout the year.

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