The Chancellor's summer economic plan introduced a range of measures to help the UK economy recover from the impact of the coronavirus.
Firm found guilty under health and safety legislation but, despite the deaths of two employees in a works van, no corporate manslaughter charge brought.
Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) co-chair, Caroline Sandall, says the ‘time is right’ to step down role after playing a vital role in the creation of the new fleet representative body.
Seven new corporate members joined the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) in the first two weeks of June, as interest in the new industry body continues to grow.
The Government has announced that mandatory MOT tests for cars, motorcycles and vans in England, Scotland and Wales will be restarted from August 1.
The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) has announced its first webinar, which will examine the impact of coronavirus on fleet operations.
Long-term changes to the way people work could result in more employees becoming grey fleet drivers.
The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) is urging fleet managers to join one of its seven new committees to help influence the industry’s future.
The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) has reported a 20% increase in the use of its training courses during lockdown so far.
Membership of the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) is now available through its new website.
By Caroline Sandall, co-chair of the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP)
The digitisation of fleets services is rapidly expanding as fleet decision-makers adapt to COVID-19, says the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP).
Calls are being made for HMRC to examine the impact of the coronavirus lockdown on benefit-in-kind (BIK) taxation for company drivers.
New company car tax rates will cost the Government £100m in lost revenue over the next two years, while drivers will face higher costs from new CO2 rating.
The Association of Fleet Professionals is calling for fleets to adopt fatigue policies after Renown Consultants is found guilty of health and safety breaches.
The ICFM said it had taken the proactive approach to postpone all tutor-led training with immediate effect.
The new combined organisation aims to give fleet decision-makers ‘increased voice through combined strength’.
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