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May 2022
Understanding all aspect of Brake TestingBOOK NOW
25/05/2022 15:00:00 - 25/05/2022 16:00:00

When: 25 May 15:00
Where: Zoom Webinar
Speaker: Alan Beech – Director – Beech Compliance Services

Operating Goods and Passenger vehicles carries a huge responsibility for operators. But within the “operators’ company’ business”, there are many stakeholders who have a role to play in keeping to that OPERATORS LICENCE undertakings and, upholding the standards that the traffic Commissioner outlines – through various modes of documentation/media.

One of the most critical operational aspects of keeping to the ‘O’ Licence undertaking is maintenance – and an area that should be debated further is the responsibilities of brake testing and interpreting the results of those brake tests.

Who are the people involved in the brake testing of commercial and passenger vehicles and what level is their responsibility? How high or low down the level of hierarchy do you think the responsibility lies?

Join us at this event to learn more about the roles and responsibilities and implications of the lack of correct understanding. 

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