TAC will provide clients with full services of analysing tachograph data. This will help guide you through your Operator’s License application and see what you can do and can’t be doing. Here at TAC we have been specialising in providing transport legislation and Operator Licence compliancy for over 25 years.
It is a strict rule that you must use a tachograph if the vehicle you are driving is under EU or AETR rules. It is a requirement that you are not on duty for more than 11 hours on any working day. You must record your hours on a weekly record sheet or on a tachograph.
All relevant vehicles manufactured in the EU since the 1st May 2006 must be fitted with digital tachograph heads. This is a sender unit mounted to the vehicle gearbox, the tachograph head and a recording medium.
TAC are digital tachograph analysis experts
Using the latest software, TAC can provide a detailed analysis of your tachograph data. The data will show the driving and rest times of professional drivers. These time periods are able to be checked by the employers, police and other authorities with the help of the tachograph.
The analysis report will clearly highlight any infringements such as EU Driver’s Hours and the Working Time Directive (WTD). The report will also detail the cause of the infringement.
TAC can provide a report showing the fixed penalties associated with the particular infringement. Highlighting the financial cost to the driver and ensuring that the driver has signed acknowledgement of the infringement can help in assuring future compliance.
Every fine received could have an effect on your Operator Compliance Risk Score (OCRS). TAC is able to advise on your infringements and help implement remedial training and solutions.
You can register and review your OCRS score online by registering with the Operator Licence self-service at www.gov.uk.
Get in touch with our team of tachograph analysis specialists online or over the phone to find out more!