Jaama updates driver licence checking service
The service is now available as a stand-alone product, which means that firms can populate driver information obtained from the DVLA into existing third-party online systems such as those operated by HR departments.
In addition the product can be integrated within Jaama's Key2 range of fleet management software.
Jaama handles all matters around driver licence checking including obtaining a signed three-year mandate giving permission for the checks to be carried out and issuing reminders to them; obtaining information from the DVLA; alerting fleet decision-makers to all licence issues that are uncovered; and uploading the information into the customer's Key2 Vehicle Management or third party software.
The mandates can now be electronically uploaded, ensuring a faster turnaround and eliminating any requirement to store hard-copy mandates.
Additionally, Jaama can manage checks on any number of drivers on any single occasion and deliver online reminders and alerts when photocard licences are due to expire after 10 years.
Jaama managing director Jason Francis said: 'Our driver licence checking service is fully flexible, enabling full automation once parameters have been set or we can deliver a manual management hands on service. It is entirely up to customers to specify their requirements.
'Driver licence checking should be a vital component of every company's occupational road risk management policy.'