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Selenity NHS Driver Compliance Pack launches ahead of private sector version

Selenity, which provides finance and HR cloud technology, has introduced an NHS Driver Compliance Pack, designed to open up affordable duty of care checks to NHS Trusts.

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The NHS Driver Compliance Pack includes four key checks around driving licence status, vehicle tax, MOT and insurance along with business classification

Launched ahead of the arrival of a version for public sector fleets, the comprehensive service has been developed to ensure that all vehicles are roadworthy and meet legal requirements; both for grey fleet vehicles and NHS-owned vehicles.

The service includes four key checks around driving licence status, vehicle tax, MOT and insurance along with business classification.

Neil Everatt, Selenity chief executive officer, commented: “We’re incredibly lucky to have been working with the NHS for over 10 years. Throughout those we’ve been able to bring market leading features which support the NHS in exactly the right way. Travel mileage plays a huge part in expenses reclamation and we recognise the administrative challenges facing the NHS. Manual checking of driving documentation is an enormous task for many organisations, the NHS Driver Compliance Pack provides an affordable solution which takes care of everything.”

Duty of care has formed part of the functionality within Selenity Expenses since 2009 and Selenity built on this with the launch of automatic licence checking in 2017.

Deborah Saunby, sales and marketing director, continued: “The early responses we’ve received regarding the launch of the NHS Driver Compliance Pack have been astounding. With a significant amount of business mileage undertaken each year, we know that duty of care is high on the NHS’ priority list, especially as it’s been included in the Agenda for Change. We want to help the NHS effectively manage driver and vehicle checks, not only so they can compressively meet their duty of care obligations but also for the safety of drivers and members of the public.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.