Transport Compliance & Training

Anglia Compliance and Training Ltd provide a range of professional services including consulting on Transport Compliance, Quality Management Systems and the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS)

About Us

We are based in Braintree, Essex and operate throughout London, East Anglia and the home counties and are affiliated to organisations to provide a county-wide offering to deliver a best practice solution tailored to your individual business needs.

Whatever issues you may have around Operator License compliance, drivers hours, vehicle maintenance, driver training or any other issue connected to the running of your vehicle fleet we can help you find a solution.

Should you need the services of a named Transport Manager on your Operator License We can help

Where FORs accreditation is required we can help guide you through the process with the help of a qualified FORs Practitioner and trained FORs Auditor.

For Quality Management Systems within the organisation we have an ISO9001:2015 qualified Lead Auditor who can guide you through the standard and help you apply it to your business

We are also a JUAPT approved Training Centre for the delivery of Driver CPC Training courses and an approved training centre for delivery of regulated First Aid qualifications

We are able to provide a variety of courses from First Aid at Work, Emergency First Aid at Work, EFAW for Drivers, Pediatric and Automatic External Defibrillator Courses

Latest News

So you want to be a Transport Manager ?

Having talked to many people over the years the consensus seems to be 'Transport Manager - I could do that' - so where do you start. Our advice would be with the OCR's Syllabus, Student and Tutor guide which will give you invaluable advice on a range of things from; The pre-course skills and knowledge requirements the course structure and topics [...]

HGV Brake Tests – did it really ‘PASS’ ?

When getting a brake tet at PMI is the 'Pass' on a Roller Brake Test really a pass ? - not if it's accompanied by the words 'Insufficient Load on Axles 2,3 and 4' What you have there is a 'false pass' and the expectations of the enforcement agencies is that you load the vehicle to 65% of the GVW [...]

How not to deal with the Enforcement Agencies or the Traffic Commissioner for that matter

We understand dealing with the Enforcement Agencies and the Traffic Commissioner will be particularly stressful for some individuals but what we would advise is never let your emotions control these encounters. DVSA Examiners and Inspectors are often characterised, wrongly, as 'Nazis' or 'Jobs-Worths' when in fact they are trying to improve road safety by getting unlawful drivers and operators and [...]

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