The certificate is based on the best practice guidelines for the operation of vans and light commercial vehicles contained in the FTA’s Van Excellence Code.
Venson said the accreditation demonstrates its ongoing commitment to developing the expertise of its frontline staff.
Auditors visited Venson to run detailed checks to ensure the high standards achieved when it obtained its FTA Certificate of Excellence in 2015, are being maintained. The checks cover a range of safety and operating guidance, including vehicle maintenance, driver licensing, loading, speed limits and towing equipment. The auditors concluded that “overall the organisation has comprehensive and robust systems in place to satisfy the requirements of the Van Excellence Scheme” and renewed Venson’s Certificate for another 12 months.
Samantha Roff, managing director for Venson Automotive Solutions, said: “Once again Venson has met the high standards demanded by the FTA’s Van Excellence Scheme, and we will continue to work hard to demonstrate best practice in managing and maintaining commercial fleets, not just for the benefit of our drivers, but our clients and the public.”