Operators Compliance Risk Score (OCRS) explained

Posted by AndrewT on 16th Feb 2017

The Operators Compliance Risk Score (OCRS) is used by the DVSA to decide which vehicles should be stopped and inspected. OCRS is used to calculate the risk of an operator not following the rules on roadworthiness (the condition of its vehicles) and drivers’ hours etc. The higher the score the more likely you are to be stopped by the DVSA. So how does it work? Our infographic has been designed to help explain how OCRS works. If you find it useful you can also download a copy. If you need help managing your driver's hours for OCRS see Smartanalysis. [caption id="attachment_5489" align="alignleft" width="596"] OCRS Explained[/caption]