Since Licence Bureau was established in 2003 checking times have reduced from a day or more to less than a minute, reports Christopher Smith
Licence Bureau has launched a new driver safety guide, in association with safety charity Brake, to highlight typical driving distractions.
Licence Bureau has moved into new on-site offices and appointed Katie Swingler as its new compliance manager after a successful period of growth.
Licence Bureau has started a ’12 Days of Christmas’ social media campaign, in partnership with Brake, running from December 8-23.
Licence Bureau managing director Malcolm Maycock has received the Kevin Storey Award for outstanding commitment to road safety at Brake’s Fleet Safety Awards.
The compliance and fleet management provider, Licence Bureau, has checked its two millionth driving licence since being founded in 2003.
The one-year anniversary of the driving licence paper counterpart removal must serve as a catalyst for enhancing the speed and security of licence checking, alongside introducing further features into the industry, according to Licence Bureau.
Implementation of best practice safety procedures starts with “a compliance journey”, according to Malcolm Maycock, managing director of the Licence Bureau.
The Freight Transport Association has added licence checking functionality to its Visionfta compliance software.
Licence Bureau has joined forces with Skanska to deliver road safety workshops as part of Brake’s Road Safety Week (November 23-29, 2015).
Fleets are being urged to implement driver audits into their overall licence checking and risk prevention strategy by Licence Bureau.
Companies need to do more to train and educate employees about the potentially fatal consequences of speeding, according to a report by Brake and Licence Bureau.
Alison Moriarty, fleet risk and compliance manager at Skanska, was named ‘road risk manager of the year’ at the recent Brake Fleet Safety Awards.
Data from the DVLA has revealed that Licence Bureau carried out 34% of all driving licence checks by independent providers in 2014/15.
Licence Bureau has won a digital marketing award for its vehicle compliance website portal.
A new electronic licence-checking service is finally available for testing, just days before the paper counterpart is abolished.
Drivers at this year’s Company Car in Action will be screened for their ability to drive prior to the event by Licence Bureau.
Licence Bureau has now signed up to driver eyecare eVouchers for its own staff, to help ensure they are safe to drive.
Licence Bureau will showcase its new online Compliance Managed Services (CMS) licence checking portal at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show.
Companies will have access to a new electronic licence-checking service a month before the paper counterpart is abolished on June 8.
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