The Freight Transport Association FTA will be offering personalised demonstrations of its new Compliance Confidence Index (CCI) software at the CV Show 2018.
CCI is a unique online service that allows vehicle operators to carry out an assessment of their compliance activity, pinpointing aspects of good practice and areas which may need additional attention. CCI is available free to all FTA members and not only helps to highlight areas of concern, but offers practical measures to address compliance issues across all aspects of vehicle operations and the chance to build bespoke action plans.
FTA’s Head of Membership, Al Richardson, says the software is an exciting new way for firms to review and improve confidence in their compliance activities:
“I am convinced the Compliance Confidence Index offers a revolution in the way vehicle operators manage and monitor their compliance. It gives them the opportunity to benchmark their performance against their own work over time and continually review their confidence.
“CCI is offered as a free and exclusive benefit to all FTA members. I would encourage any vehicle operator, whatever the size or make-up of their fleet to book a demonstration of CCI at the CV Show 2018 to see what FTA membership can achieve for their business.”
Commercial vehicle operators visiting the show are invited to book a personalised demonstration of the CCI software in advance here: http://www.fta.co.uk/events/cv-show-2018.html
CCI will be just one of the wide range of benefits available to FTA members being featured on the FTA’s stand 4F20. Other highlights will be demonstrations of other elements of the FTA’s cutting-edge Vision software which offers, not only tachograph analysis, but the chance to view all of your vehicle inspections and audit reports in one place, making it faster and easier than ever to manage, control and analyse fleet data.
Van fleet operators are invited to free seminars, including screenings of FTA’s film ‘One Fateful Day’. They will learn about the importance of running compliant and responsible corporate van operations and discover practical approaches to managing and minimising risk.
Efficient logistics are vital to keep Britain trading, directly having an impact on more than eight million people employed in the making, selling and moving of goods. With Brexit, new technology and other disruptive forces driving change in the way goods move across borders and through the supply chain, logistics has never been more important to UK plc.
A champion and challenger, FTA speaks to government with one voice on behalf of the whole sector, with members from the road, rail, sea and air industries, as well as the buyers of freight services such as retailers and manufacturers.