Novadata extends Earned Recognition range with MOT Review book
Novadata, one of the DVSA's first authorised audit providers for the DVSA's Earned Recognition scheme has launched a new MOT Review document, a handy A4 pad which helps to establish the robust processes and systems required for membership of the scheme.
The new Novadata MOT Review Document serves to demonstrate that the Operator or transport manager is playing an active role in ensuring the roadworthiness of each vehicle, rather than simply relying on the maintenance provider or department to provide completed annual documentation. The form provides space to record whether the vehicle was pre-inspected by the Operator, and whether the MOT station has accurately recorded the date of the MOT and the chassis number, registration and odometer reading for the vehicle. It provides space for a detailed review of any vehicle's annual test and to document any findings which needed follow-up, either in terms of remedial work, or items to be watched for later attention.
"Demonstrating the Operator's vigilance in maintaining compliance is just as important as gaining membership to the Earned Recognition scheme," says Chairman Derek Broomfield. "This new product range is designed to help you become compliant and stay compliant for the future."
The book provides duplicate pages, one copy remaining in the book and the other to be filed with the annual test certificate and report from the MOT station. One of a range of new products devised by Novadata to help Operators to prepare for and maintain membership of the Earned Recognition scheme, this helps to demonstrate that the Operator has put robust processes in place to ensure compliance at all times.
Other products in the series include an A4 Safety Inspection Review Document, and two new A5 pads, Driving Without A Digital Tachograph Card and Driving Without A Driver CPC Card.
Novadata provides a host of other products which encourage compliance with transport legislation at www.novadata.co.uk.
Story By: Novadata
Date : 18-01-2019