Archive of: Public Inquiry

  • Feb

    The Used or Rental Trucks that could cost you your O Licence and Repute

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    There is a Ticking Time Bomb in the used Truck Market and no one seems to want to do anything to inspire confidence back into the market.

    I am talking about Adblu traps, Diversions, emulators, software and any other such 'emissions cheat devices' that have been fitted to trucks by previous owners that are then finding their way into the used truck market.

    Loss of Repute = Loss of Licence

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  • Nov

    Facing a Public Inquiry? The Sooner You Act The Better

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    If you would like a happy ending yo your Public Inquiry or better still not even get an invitation to one in the first place just call the Happy Ending Team on 01455 389053 or email helpme@asmilesconsulting.com.

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  • Oct

    How to have a happy Public Inquiry!

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    One of our clients who only came to us when the Traffic Commissioner called them to a Public Inquiry and they had read an article that our MD had written in the Scaffolding Associations Magazine (also see https://asmilesconsulting.com/news/2017-08-08-access-all-area-and-you-still-need-to-do-it-right).

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  • Sep

    Not All Transport Consultants Are Equal

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    Are you getting what you pay for with transport advice and consultancy?

    Our experience with some of our new clients and recent enquires is NO people are not!

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  • Aug

    Why Honesty IS The Best Policy - Can You Be Trusted?

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    This month one of the Public Inquiries that we have attended in Cambridge involved a client where there was some rather difficult issues surrounding the case.

    The client was very sensitive to these and really was not keen to be, as they saw it, 'airing dirty laundry in public'.

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  • Aug

    Access All Area - and you still need to do it right

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    This month our MD Andy Miles writes in Access Point the magazine of the Scaffolding Association (www.thescaffolding-association.org) about the need for your Transport to be as compliant as the rest of your business.

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  • Jul

    Can a Public Inquiry put other Business Accreditations and a Major Client at risk?

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    When an Operator finds themselves being called before the Traffic Commissioner to a Public Inquiry they are probably not loooking much further ahead than the Public Inquiry and how they are going to deal with it.

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  • May

    How to keep your Operator Licence at a Public Inquiry

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    How to keep your Operator Licence at a Public Inquiry or Why finger pointing and blame don't work.

    So far in 2017 alone we have been to numerous Public Inquiries across the country.

    Some have been with companies in the passenger carrying sector and some in the freight carrying sector but all have one thing in common.

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  • Mar

    Paperwork old and out of date? It could call you to a Public Inquiry.

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    Paperwork old and out of date? It could call you to a Public Inquiry.

    In a recent case that resulted in a Public Inquiry in Eastbourne we were asked to carry out an audit on the companies transport operation and then. as we always do, provide our recommendations to improve it.

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  • Feb

    Public Inquiry? Getting advice & taking action will help

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    Public Inquiry? Getting advice & taking action will help

    At a recent Public Inquiry, an Operator who had fallen below the standards required for maintenance, drivers' hours infringements and Drivers Daily Inspection had his authorisation reduced permanently by 3 vehicles.

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