Month: March 2018

‘D4 Professional development’ – advice on satisfying the FORS requirement

FORS Professional Development is an ongoing programme of personal development that uses a combination of theoretical, eLearning, practical and on the job training to ensure drivers and managers have the knowledge, skills and attitude to operate safely, efficiently and with consideration for the environment. The following requirements within the FORS Standard relate to professional development: … Read more

Additional eLearning option added to help you meet ‘D4 Professional development’

The FORS Security and Counter Terrorism eLearning module now counts as one of the modules that can be completed to safisfy the safety eLearning element of Bronze requirement D4. This is effective immediately and also applies retrospectively meaning anyone who has already completed this module since its launch in December 2017 can use this module … Read more

New emissions requirements proposed on non-road machinery to improve air quality

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is seeking feedback on proposals to implement new, more stringent emission requirements on gaseous and particulate emissions from new non-road machinery, including construction and agricultural machinery, and hand-held equipment. The proposed regulations would implement civil and criminal penalties for non-compliance. The new emissions requirements, known as Stage V, … Read more