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The BVRLA’s e-Learning Platform has been further enhanced to include a new Business Continuity Management module.
Three new members of the BVRLA Committee of Management were welcomed at the association’s Annual General Meeting on Thursday 21 May.
The Health & Safety Executive has issued a safety alert for those carrying out or responsible for work on vehicles with air suspension systems.
With many employees working from home or on furlough, the BVRLA is encouraging members to promote the range of free BVRLA webinars to their employees.
The European New Car Assessment Programme has announced that new safety tests are being introduced to improve occupant and post-crash protection, promoting the latest advanced driver assistance technology.
Aside from Covid-19, transport decarbonisation is the biggest issue facing the fleet sector, and it will be the focus of the next Technical and Operational Management Forum on Thursday 4 June.
From 1 January 2021 the UK will apply a UK-specific tariff to imported goods, replacing the EU’s Common External Tariff, which applies until 31 December 2020.
Members are encouraged to register to attend the BVRLA’s free Working with Covid-19 webinar taking place at 10am tomorrow, Wednesday 20 May.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and a good time to remind ourselves and others of the importance of good mental well-being, particularly during these challenging times.
To help businesses keep up to date with progress on EU Exit, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy is publishing a Transition Bulletin for businesses.
Twenty-seven different member organisations were present at the association’s decarbonisation policy workshop yesterday, which was attended by senior officials from the Department’s for Transport, Business Energy and Industrial Strategy, HM Treasury and OLEV.