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BVRLA rental and commercial vehicle members are being invited to take part in a review of the Government’s Rental Vehicle Security Scheme (RVSS) introduced in December 2018.
Emergency Alerts is a new service from the UK government that is expected to launch in summer 2021.
New guidance designed to prevent commercial vehicles, including vans, lorries, buses, coaches and even cranes, from being used as weapons in acts of terrorism has been published.
As the UK terror threat is raised to ‘severe’ the BVRLA would like to remind members to remain vigilant.
In March 2017, National Counter Terrorism Policing launched ACT (Action Counters Terrorism), a new branding platform which incorporates all of UK’s counter-terrorism external campaigns to warn, inform and reassure the public.
The BVRLA will be heading to Scotland later this year to host its popular ‘Introduction to Daily Rental’ course, which now also includes a module on Counter-Terrorism for Rental Firms.
Over 60 members from 35 organisations tuned into this hour long webinar which was presented by Nora Leggett – BVRLA, Terry Egan – DfT, Rob Hardman – County Car and Van Rental and Barry Fulbrook – Hertz.
The BVRLA Position Papers outline the association’s views, objectives and engagement activity relating to key policy areas affecting the industry.
Vehicle rental has joined a growing list of sectors directly targeted by terrorists. 2017 saw a spate of terrorist attacks where rental vehicles were used as ramming weapons to cause death and destruction in the UK and around the world. The BVRLA and its members work with authorities, policymakers and insurers to improve training and operating procedures and instil confidence in the sector so that rental companies can keep providing accessible and affordable mobility services.
A resource and guidance pack on the importance of effective customer qualification procedures.