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Members are being reminded not to miss out on the free, hour-long webinar on risk management taking place on Thursday 12 September at 11am.
The Department for Transport has issued some best practice guidance to help mitigate the threat of commercial vehicles being used as a weapon.
The BVRLA’s Chief Executive Gerry Keaney recently wrote to rental and commercial vehicle members who are yet to sign up to the RVSS (the Department for Transport’s Rental Vehicle Security Scheme), to emphasise the importance of taking part in this important counter terrorism initiative.
BVRLA members are reminded that the ACT counter-terrorism awareness training package is available for free via the BVRLA’s e-Learning Platform.
Members who’d like to share ideas about asset management and security matters, including counter terrorism awareness, are invited to attend this dedicated half-day forum in September.
The Department for Transport has announced a review of roads policing as part of its Road Safety Action Plan, with the aim of improving road safety and reducing road casualties.
GDPR has featured in the news this week and it acts as a reminder to all businesses, whatever their size, about the importance of protecting customers’ personal data.
The BVRLA Position Papers outline the association’s top line messages, main asks of policymakers and the latest quarter’s engagement activity relating to key policy areas affecting the industry.
Elaine Byrne, Rental Training Manager at Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental explains in the latest BVRLA Blog why the sector should adopt an ‘All for one, and one for all’ approach to mitigating the risk of vehicle terrorism.
Elaine Byrne, Rental Training Manager at Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental explains why the sector should adopt an ‘All for one, and one for all’ approach to mitigating the risk of vehicle terrorism.
Members who’d like to share ideas about asset management and security matters are invited to attend this dedicated half-day forum in May.
The March/April edition of the association’s member newsletter BVRLA News has now been published sharing all the latest ‘need-to-know’ news and highlights from across the association.