New rules added to the Highway Code, as well as pending updates to London’s Direct Vision Standard regulations, will result in greater demand for vehicle safety devices, says Brigade Electronics. Updates to the Highway Code, set to be introduced in
Creo Scaffolding Ltd was found guilty at a public inquiry in Pontypridd of operating three vehicles when it had an operator licence for just one, and now the company has now had its operator licence revoked. Furthermore, the company’s director,
The National Federation of Builders (NFB) has welcomed the Government’s announcement to issue temporary visas for foreign HGV drivers for 3 months but warned it is nowhere near enough to tackle the current shortages and urging Ministers to go further.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) is deeply disappointed that the Government has taken the decision to make changes to HGV and bus driving tests. RoSPA also has concerns about the current plans to remove the requirement