Vehicle Maintenance Audit
Our comprehensive Vehicle Maintenance Audit is mapped to DVSA Guide to Maintaining Roadworthiness.
The audit investigates systems relating to daily walk around checks, safety inspections and repair facilities (in-house and contracted-out); safety inspections frequencies and documentation; responsibilities for roadworthiness and continuous monitoring to ensure quality and compliance.
Not only does this audit look at the operator’s compliance, but the sampling of vehicle files and safety inspection sheets in the files can support the operator in understanding how compliant and efficient their maintenance arrangements are.
On arrival at the chosen site, the auditor will obtain information about the operation and vehicles within the current fleet. They will use this information to identify suitable vehicles that may be used for sampling throughout the audit. Additional random sampling may also take place. A comprehensive, documented report will be produced clearly reporting where maintenance systems and procedures follow the latest recommendations and highlight opportunities for improvement.
For who the audit is designed?
This audit has been designed for operators wanting to assess the compliance and efficiency of their maintenance arrangements to ensure their vehicles are in a roadworthy condition, regardless of operating conditions, fleet size or vehicle type. Suitable for both in-house and contracted out maintenance arrangements.
What does the audit covers?
Click here to find out the 8 key sections of the Vehicle Maintenance Audit