Typical reasons for using vehicle tracking are cost savings, productivity,security and customer service, although fuel management, asset management, health & safety and legislative compliance are equally important. BOX vehicle tracking provides the necessary management information to ensure you are meeting your obligations.
WorkingTime Directive and EU drivers hours requirements on limits & breaks can be met by specifying journey lengths and highlighting exceptions.
The Corporate Manslaughter & Corporate Homicide Act. From 6 April 2008, employers have a duty of care to employees and need to be aware of what, where and how they are doingduring the working day. As well as the normal benefits of vehicle tracking, Box allows you to specify speed parameters and to highlight exceptions.
New Vehicle Tax Rules. From April 2007, the benefit-in-kind tax charge on company vans was increased from £500 to £3,500 per annum, unless you can prove that the van is only used for business and not personal use. BOX Tracking provides unequivocal evidence to help protect your drivers from this tax charge by reporting out of hours usage and specifying working hours.
Lone Worker Protection. Organisations have to comply with duties towards lone workers under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 (HSW Act) and the Management of Health and Safety at Work (MHSW) Regulations 1999. BOX tracking gives you visibility by appointment scheduling per vehicle and alerts when time slots are missed.