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1 Graham Owen VOSA Area Manager

2 Background How the score works now How your score is affected Action plan Operator Compliance Risk Score

3 OCRS – targeting priorities RoadworthinessTraffic Enforcement

4 Historic index score is the average number of points per event: Historic index score total points number of events = index score

5 At a roadside check vehicle is inspected and three defects found: 1.Brake system = 200 points 2.Oil leak = 25 points 3.Mirrors = 25 points Historic index score - example = 250 NOTE : PSV test data is not captured on OCRS

6 Next week another vehicle stopped at roadside and found to be defect free: –No points allocated –Event logged Historic index score - example = 125 Historic index scores placed on a “league table” to obtain OCRS

7 Based on 3 years worth of data. Calculation from the end of the previous week. Fixed penalties issued to driver’s included. FPs only counted if no prohibition issued for same infringement (no double counting). OCRS – data sets

8 OCRS – roadworthiness points Cat S marked 1Immediate prohibition Tyres, brakes and steering Immediate prohibition All other defects Delayed prohibition Tyres, brakes and steering Delayed prohibition All other defects 2550 Test failDoes not appear on OCRS

9 Weighting factor to take account of age of event OCRS – points Age of eventFactor Up to 12 monthsx 1 Over 12 months up to 2 yearsx 0.75 Over two years up to 3 yearsx 0.5 System splits into 6 month blocks – these and following points tables may be subject to change

10 OCRS – traffic enforcement points BandPenaltyPoints 0Verbal warning0 1Was £30 now £50 fixed penalty25 2Was £60 now £100 fixed penalty50 3Was £120 now £200 fixed penalty 100 4Was £200 now £300 fixed penalty 200 5Prosecution500

11 OCRS Points added When convicted OCRS – prosecutions DescriptionPoints Prosecution case500 Prosecution per operator offence100 Prosecution per driver offence50

12 OCRS – bands RoadworthinessTraffic Enforcement RedBaseline over 25.1Baseline over 30.1 AmberBaseline = Baseline = GreenBaseline up to 10Baseline up to 5 GreyNo baseline score

13 For 12 months from date of any conviction Six months (from event) for one of four Most Serious Infringements (MSI) Reg (EC) 1071/2009 Excessive drivers hours, fraud, false documents, serious mechanical defects, No MOT certificate in force. Incorrect test certificate = no test certificate OCRS – straight to red

14 OCRS score calculations Any events in last 3 years? MSI in last 6 months or conviction in last 12? 1yr points + (>1-2yr points x 0.75) + (>2-3yr points x 0.5) = Number of events R T No Yes R >25 T >30 R ≤10 T ≤5 Yes Remember TWO calculations needed – roadworthiness and traffic enforcement

15 OCRS – targeting priorities RoadworthinessTraffic Enforcement

16 So how do London Limos compare with PSV’s Bottom Line : VOSA must do more Limo checks LIMO operators need VOSA to do more Limo checks

17 The Aims of a Good Quality Operator – ACTION PLAN Operate professionally within the law Comply with all licence conditions and undertakings. –REMEMBER EC 1071/2009 Ensure you review your OCRS and VOSA data. Audit your systems on a regular basis. Use external auditors from time to time to get a fresh/different viewpoint. Be prepared to modify your systems. Notify changes to the Traffic Commissioner promptly, e.g. within 28 days

18 THANK YOU


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