Pco Licence Check ListChecklist for Pco licenses
If you are a taxidermist, please make available documents from List A or List B (PDF, 281KB) which show that you have the right to work in the UK as a taxidermist. From 8 January 2018, you must personally file your filled in request form and the necessary documents with one of our customer service centres by arrangement.
Checks must be paid to the Cheshire East Council. To make an appointment please call Cheshire East Customer Services at 0300 123 5015. From 18 September 2017, a new Check and Send will be available for shared driver and vehicle use. Well, the point of this job is: Applicants who do not receive the services must be cognizant that this may lead to a delayed handling of their request if the information is not accurate.
Use of the Check-and-Send Services may be quicker than submission of an App, but use of the Check-and-Send Services does not warrant that you will be licensed. £10.00 and is available from Customer Support Centres.
Driver and operator requirements
N.B.: Points 8 (a) and (b) refer to privately owned landlords and Hackney Carriage Proprietors. Point 8(c) refers to all licensed staff. Point 9 refers to Hackney Carriage Proprietors. Point 11 refers to privately-owned landlords. Force and abuse, including any attempt, threat or act of any kind which might jeopardise or threaten to jeopardise the physical or mental well-being or security of enforcement officers in the performance of their duties, are likely to lead to suspended or, in the worst case, revoked licences.
Licensee undertakes to ensure a secure and wholesome enviroment for all, any act of force or abuse by or against employees is unacceptable. "Will you allow your son's daugther, your mom, your husband or any other important individual to get into that car alone with that one?
" In examining an licence request, the Licensing Service shall take into consideration the entire criminal and behavioural background. By their very nature, Hackney Carriages and Hire cars are more likely than other means of transportation to be used by those at risk for one purpose or another.
This is a criminal offense against any individual who, knowingly submits or recklessness in making a false statement or omitting to supply any information which is relevant, in particular, to the provision of the information necessary for an authorisation request. If it is found that an applicant has made a misrepresentation or has made a misrepresentation with the intent to mislead as to his request for the issue or extension of a licence, the licence shall be withheld.
Background of an application shall be taken into account in the decision to grant an authorisation. The aim is to make sure that every stage that has been contemplated before a licence is granted is respected. A precondition for admission is that a new examination can be requested at any given moment.
It will help to give new and current riders trust to identify and communicate sexually exploited children. DBS cheques are currently handled by hand using a papermaking system. License Service can check the state of DBS certificate without having to update DBS exams. As soon as an electronical filing has taken place and the application has got the information, it is imperative that all DBS users and DBS operator register with the DBS Up-Date Service within 19 workdays.
In this way, managers can check an applicant's up-to-date on-line DBS health to make sure the certification is up to date. a) The License Service is aware of the importance of keeping operators and owners informed of the latest information. Important license questions, such as changes to policies, renewals notices, etc., are sent to the e-mail adress.
Non-compliance with a current e-mail account may cause important information to be lost and the license to be suspended. b ) It is imperative that all operator (PHV) plays an important part in the conduct of their businesses, i.e. the presence of the licensed operator or the agent appointed by the operator.
This appointed operator delegate is authorised to take a decision in this area. Please note, however, that every licenced operator is obliged to personally participate in at least one business meeting. C) All licenced employees are obliged to check the Hackney Carriage and Hire website on a month by month base to see the "what's new" section, which contains the latest up-to-date and pertinent information.
Candidates who do not plan to work within the Bradford District will not be issued a Hackney Carriage Licence. It is not permissible to use e-cigarettes in Hackney Carriage and Privately Hired cars. We have taken into account not only public and safety considerations, but also driver feedbacks that explain that a general smoke bans will help to eliminate any possible confusions about the use of registered cars for tobacco.
Every user is responsible for obtaining the necessary stickers. Every amendment is summarized and is followed by a short explanatory note and the date of entry into force. There' a lot of back office management to do and all changes will still be published through New Condition Updates and the newsletter.
Sincere thanks to all who have helped bring about these changes, especially the professionals, the positive attitude, the positive attitude and the assistance of the representatives of Bradford Privat Hire Liaison Service (Khurram Shehzad, Saj Akbar and Stuart Hastings), Girlington Privat Hire (Asif Shah) and Hackney Carriage Owners (Mulazam Hussain, Shabbir Master, Shabir Munir and Tahir Khan) Trade.
It has been established to take into account the continued effort of owners and managers to raise the standards of presented rolling stock. Mean default rate fell from 40% in 2012 to 30% in June 2013. The amendment entered into force on Monday 12 August 2013. Security bonds on registration numbers are set and refunded.
A £79 security charge will be made to a car owner when a new licence is purchased and will be discontinued and any security charges previously made will be refunded over the next 12 years. The amendment entered into force on Monday 5 August 2013. Labels for the car doors can be either labels or magnetised labels, but must be selected by the operator and authorised by the authorised repair department and will be shown always and everywhere.
It is up to the authorised operators to choose whether to affix a label or a magnet to the entire rolling stock, provided that approval is obtained from the approval division. If no label is affixed, the car will be suspended. The amendment entered into force on Monday 12 August 2013.
Each operator was obliged to explain its choice by Friday 13 September 2013. Mandatory rider ages have been lowered from 21 to 18 years, provided the rider holds a full identity card for a term of at least one year in accordance with the law. Upon request, all new DSA taxi riders must undergo a DSA test.
It has been established to guarantee coherence with many other licensing authorities and to eliminate a obstacle that would prevent young riders from becoming licenced riders. The amendment entered into force on Monday 12 August 2013. It has been decided to take an intermediate test, the criterions of which will be defined and authorised by the DSA, instead of the DSA Honney test and the personal test.
Each driver is obliged to carry out a course/qualification. Riders must be freshened up or given instruction on the following subjects every three years. Riders who turn out to be competent do not need a full refresh. Riders who do not turn out to be capable must go on a refresh tour. It is the duty of users to carry out initial and subsequent user courses.
Operating costs are still under consideration but will not exceed 40 and will not exceed four working hours. 4. The amendment entered into force on Monday 12 August 2013. In the next few month, licenced user trainings will be held. Providers shall have in place auditing compliant schemes and processes that cover drivers' equal opportunities consciousness and schooling.
The present conditions demand that the owner actively participates in the day-to-day operation of the establishment in order to guarantee that all management activities that comply with security and regulatory standards are implemented. This is verified within the framework of basic check audits, which are conducted regularly.
This amendment entered into force on Monday 12 August 2013. It has the discretion to charge a £50 charge for not presenting a car for spot checks. Officials now have the right to charge the keeper a 50 "non-participation fee" for non-participation in the test and to stop the car until the test from work (via the chauffeur and operator).
The amendment entered into force on Monday 12 August 2013. Vehicles shall not be permitted if a person must move a chair, climbs over a chair or be prevented in any way from getting into or out of a car in an accident. The amendment entered into force on Monday 12 August 2013.
State-of-the-art technologies enable car insurers to handle their policies on-line and make their documents available on-line before sending hard copy documents. Officials now accepted evidence of car ownership in either computerised or hard copy formats. In the event of concerns regarding the certificate of cover, the operator/owner is obliged to submit the policy documents to Shearbridge Depot within 7 working day.
The amendment entered into force on Monday 12 August 2013. There has been an increase in the retirement age at which a car may be registered and used. Minimum registration date has risen from 8 years to 10 years, and a car can be registered at any time up to its limit. WAVs ( "Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles") have gone from a 5 year old to 10 year old at the time of initial registration and the 12 year old limit will remain the same.
The amendment entered into force on Monday 12 August 2013. New standard vehicle specification documents have been adopted. It entered into force on Monday 12 August 2013.