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How to keep track of driving licence changes – Take immediate action with SmartAlerts

SmartAlerts is a new online tool within Smartanalysis, the UK’s leading tachogragraph analysis and compliance management Software as a Service. It provides email alerts for driving licence changes following SmartLicence driving licence verifications with DVLA.

SmartAlerts will ensure that Licence Managers are alerted to important events such as new Endorsement Points following a Driving Licence check, allowing them to take immediate action.

With around 1 million drivers just 3 points away from a disqualification it can be a challenge for busy Transport Managers to ensure that their drivers hold a valid licence and keep track of any important changes to the licence. SmartLicence makes that task easier as licences are verified with the DVLA to a set schedule determined by the risk profile of the driver and alerts will be sent by email of any important events.

Smartanalysis is already used by thousands of road transport operators, from one-man owner-operators to the very largest household names with thousands of vehicles. It saves them time, money and headaches in managing their compliance with legislation concerning analogue and digital tachograph data, drivers’ hours and the working time directive.

Smartanalysis users can access SmartLicence using their existing password credentials.  Users can configure the risk levels and frequency of licence checks.  Once it is set up everything happens in the background. Users can subscribe to the reports and alerts they want and have the results emailed to them. The licence verification is conducted online with the DVLA and results are normally received overnight.

Busy Transport Managers can now manage their compliance with tachograph regulations, drivers’ hours, Working Time Directive and ensure their drivers are licensed to drive, any time and any place they have an internet connection with a subscription to Smartanalysis and SmartLicence.

Posted on: 20.08.2014

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