Benefits of DAVIS - Driver And Vehicle Information Solutions

DAVIS is an Award-Winning platform that provides mix & match services, including Licence Checking, Grey Fleet Management, Driver Risk Assessment and full company fleet transparency with Fleet File

We provide 1000s of companies from a variety of industry sectors with a platform that automates their driver & vehicle compliance processes, and gives greater insight into fleet risk  than ever before. 

DAVIS is powered by Licence Check Ltd, the original licence checking service and founder of the ADLV (Association of Driving Licence Verification).

 

With DAVIS you'll:

  • Gain all the tools you need to manage driving compliance 
  • Be free to automate and streamline essential processes
  • Easily access and act on all driver and vehicle info in one place, including driver risk 
  • Dive deeper into driving compliance with reporting, alerts, warnings, notifications and a clear audit trail
  • Minimise your own company risk when it comes to driving compliance

With reassurance that DAVIS is:

  • The highest rated licence checking provider based on customer reviews (rated 5 star)
  • A mix and match platform, you’ll only ever pay for the service(s) you need
  • Multi-Award Winning (See our awards page)
  • Committed to providing free, top class support - available 5 days a week
  • A safe & secure environment to store your sensitive data
  • Analysing data provided by the DVLA

 

The DAVIS platform will increase efficiency – saving you both time and money.

As the move towards digital data management solutions picks up speed, the role of the spreadsheet as a database for storing driver and vehicle information will soon be a thing of the past.

Designed with the user in mind, DAVIS automatically schedules rechecks and reminders to ensure that an expiry, an upload nor a deadline is ever missed, helping to give your organisation peace of mind that your driver and vehicle compliance is taken care of.

 

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Both the driver and vehicle are subject to specific controls and regulation. In terms of meeting the duty of care obligation owed to colleagues in the workplace and members of the public, driver and vehicles need to be managed by the employer to ensure that they comply with health and safety obligations and other legislative controls.

The employer must ensure that equipment used at work is safe and appropriate for the task in hand. The employee must also be properly trained and qualified to use it. A vehicle, irrespective of ownership, falls within the definition of ‘equipment’, so it should be safe and reasonably fit for use for the task in hand. The employer also needs to check that the driver is suitably qualified. They need to hold the correct entitlement on their driving licence to drive their vehicle. If their driving record suggests they present a higher risk to themselves or other road users, the employer must take corrective action in the form of additional training or intervention.

Failure on the part of the employer to meet their duty of care obligations may result in civil or criminal litigation, penalties in the form of damages or heavy fines and in the worst cases imprisonment of responsible senior management and the directors. The harm that can be caused by adverse publicity to a brand or organisation can also take many years to mend.