LicenceCheck adds new drivers’ CPC hours feature to DAVIS platform

Licence Check DAVIS platform

LicenceCheck has added a new drivers’ CPC hours feature to its DAVIS platform to allow fleet and transport managers to keep training records up to date.

The new feature provides managers with dashboards showing summarised data, including advance warnings of all drivers who are at risk of not completing their training within the required timeline.

LicenceCheck said the inclusion of the data within DAVIS will help ensure that risk is managed more effectively, as all information is stored in a single place.

James Povah, product manager at LicenceCheck, said: “The new CPC hours feature provides managers with improved risk forecasting and advance notice of upcoming CPC expiry. As a result, the situation can be managed pro-actively and associated training planned accordingly.

“Overall, the new feature provides a more accurate view of risk, with enhanced data now being added to the driver record with warnings of upcoming CPC expiry highlighted on the system’s summary dashboard, DAVIS clients will have improved visibility of driver risk, ensuring that fleet and public safety is never compromised.”

The system calculates when training is overdue and provides notifications and email alerts so that fleet and transport managers and other system users are made aware of upcoming risk and can take remedial action, said LicenceCheck.

The new feature is free to all existing users of DAVIS, who are required to turn it live in the system settings, to access the feature. 

LicenceCheck managing director, Keith Allen, added: “We believe we are one of very few, if not the only, driving risk management platform to offer this feature currently as part of an integrated driver licence management solution.

“With DAVIS, we have a superb system for identifying and managing driver risk, and we aim to expand and develop it to make it a more convenient and accessible proposition. CPC Hours is yet another example of that.”

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