Logistics UK has announced the Enforcement Policy Manager and the Technical Standards Manager at the DVSA, will be providing an update on the Agency’s approach to modern fleet maintenance at its 2021 Fleet Engineer Conference.
This one-day event will be for anyone responsible for specifying commercial vehicles, ensuring roadworthiness and compliance, and maintaining fleets.
Taking place at the British Motor Museum in Warwickshire on 7 September 2021, the conference will provide delegates with an opportunity to hear about the latest developments in commercial vehicle technology, future vehicle design, maintenance legislation changes, and good practice advice from names from across the sector.
This includes keynote speaker, Kevin Rooney, the Traffic Commissioner for the West of England, and senior representatives from IVECO, Warburton, Volvo, Renault, BPW Limited, TIP Trailer Services, Royal Mail, TEXA UK Ltd, and Siemens Mobility.
Phil Lloyd, Head of Engineering Policy at Logistics UK, commented: “I am thrilled that Dave Wood, the Enforcement Policy Manager for DVSA and Russell Hall, the Technical Standards Manager, will be providing an essential overview of the Agency’s approach to vehicle maintenance at this year’s Fleet Engineer, including its plans to modernise MOT testing. Mr Wood and Mr Hall will also be explaining the Agency’s new investigations process. As vehicle and trailer technology continues to evolve at a rapid rate, it is vital that engineers stay abreast of the latest developments and enforcement policies; Fleet Engineer truly is the unmissable event for anyone responsible for maintenance of fleets.”