A broad range of goods vehicle operations – including scaffolders, door-to-door household refuse collections, sewerage and road maintenance operations and even specialised vehicles transporting circus and funfair equipment – are exempt from the EU drivers’ hours rules and are instead governed by the GB Domestic drivers’ hours rules … but what do these rules permit and what records are you required to keep?
Backhouse Jones are offering a unique opportunity with a new, one-off training course dedicated exclusively to HGV Domestic Drivers’ Hours and Working Time Management – something that is rarely, if ever, covered by other training courses!
Whether you are a long-established operation or are entering the sector for the first time, this unique training course will equip both new and experienced transport management and planning teams with the knowledge they need to ensure the successful management of drivers’ hours and working time compliance.
The course will look at the requirements of the domestic drivers’ hours and working time rules, record keeping obligations, how to operate an effective domestic drivers’ hours and working time management system and the consequences of getting it wrong.
Date: Wednesday 19 May
Cost: £45 plus VAT per person (20% discount for BACKup members. Please contact email@example.com)