Monday 14th October 2019
Following the interest generated with our webinar in the summer surrounding the subject of the new generation smart Tachographs, the team are once again taking to the web, this time to discuss compliance.
Next week's webinar entitled 'Understanding Common Compliance Pitfalls' will begin at 2pm and sees two of our compliance experts, Guy Reynolds and Marc Caplin joined by Commercial Motor's Deputy Editor George Barrow.
After the biggest changes in tachograph legislation in 12 years happened in June this year when a new generation of mandatory digital recorders was introduced, it's easy to lose sight of the bigger compliance picture while concentrating on these new details.
Taking place on Wednesday 16 October at 2:00pm, the webinar will be explaining some of the top enquiries Aquarius receive from their customers on the subject of drivers' hours law, the working time directive, digital tachographs and other DVSA requirements. Don't miss this opportunity to keep ahead of the game and refresh your memory on the confusing topic of reduced daily rest at the end of a working week and train or ferry rest regulations as well as the consequences of drivers leaving gaps in tachograph records and incorrect manual entries and driver card requirements for non-UK drivers.
Other pitfalls also covered in the hour-long webinar will be record-keeping requirements in emergency situations and monitoring, identifying and accounting for missing kilometres when comparing driver cards and vehicle data.
Register online now for this free live webinar
Guy Reynolds is Technical Director at Aquarius. He co-created the ClockWatcher instant analysis software in 2005 and is an authority of the use and development of tachograph technology in the UK.
Marc Caplin is National Account Manager at Aquarius. He is often found in an advisory capacity to key accounts due to his extensive experience and knowledge with tachograph compliance and drivers' hours legislation.
George Barrow is Deputy Editor of Commercial Motor and Editor of Commercialmotor.com, as well as UK Jury Member for International Van of the Year.