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One-stop compliance portal to help fleets track and monitor driver training

Fleet operators can now manage all their legal and contractual training requirements for company car and commercial vehicle drivers in a one-stop compliance portal.

The D-Spot portal can be used to monitor training for all fleet employees, not just commercial drivers

Launched by fleet risk and safety management specialist Fleet Source, the ‘D-Spot’ portal – which stands for Driver – Single Point of Truth – can be used by organisations small and large to enable managers to identify training requirements for their workforce.

The online cloud-based solution creates a single dashboard for every driver, which can be customised for DCPC, FORS, MPQC and any other training provision.

Fleet Source CEO Nick Caesari said: “Driver compliance is a time-intensive and costly task for fleet operators, with the vast majority – some 79% – relying on complex spreadsheets to monitor and manage their legal and contractual status.

“We’ve developed a quick-view dashboard, which clearly identifies where drivers are in relation to their driver CPC and what their status is with regards to contractual compliance – e.g. FORS or any other scheme. The portal can also predict compliance for future audit dates.”

The portal is updated in real time with all completed training conducted by Fleet Source and can also provide details of other training, internal or from other third-party training providers can be added through an easy upload interface.

Custom reports can be created covering every aspect of a fleet’s legal and contractual compliance status, including DCPC, FORS and CLOCS.

Caesari added: “The automated manager and driver reporting system enables operators to assign the most appropriate training immediately, ensuring ongoing compliance for their whole fleet, simply and cost-effectively.”

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.

Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news.

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