The Tachodisc Spot Check service is an innovative new solution for small business owners.
(PRWEB UK) 29 September 2014
Tracking driver hours can be difficult for small businesses, yet non-compliance leaves them on the wrong side of the law. Now Tachodisc, the UK’s leading supplier of analogue and digital tachodiscs, has launched a new service to give small business owners peace of mind.
The Tachodisc Spot Check service has been designed to give small business owners reassurance that they are correctly managing their analysis of driving hours. It’s specifically for smaller companies and owner/drivers who have opted to manage their own legal compliance using Tachodisc’s self-analysis software packages.
A summary of findings from the Tachodisc Spot Check service would indicate if there were any compliance issues. In addition, it would identify trends for single or multiple drivers which could come under scrutiny during an investigation.
If issues are raised by the Tachodisc Spot Check service, customers can seek expert advice and recommendations to ensure compliance is achieved and maintained.
Angela Eardley, Tachodisc’s Compliance Manager, said: “The Tachodisc Spot Check service is an innovative new solution for small business owners. The idea for it arose from the fact that from time-to-time our smaller business customers call upon our experts to check that they are doing everything correctly, or to request more detailed analysis reports."
“The consequences of non-compliance can be devastating so we hope this gives business owners additional peace of mind.”
The standard Tachodisc Spot Check service covers analysis of either analogue or digital, or a mix of both, over a 28-day period.
As with all Tachodisc’s compliance services, the Spot Check service is fully flexible and can be tailored to meet all specific customer requirements.