4 Historic index score is the average number of points per event: total pointsnumber of events= index score
5 Historic index score - example At a roadside check vehicle is inspected and three defects found:Brake system = 200 pointsOil leak = 25 pointsMirrors = 25 points2501=NOTE : PSV test data is not captured on OCRS
6 Historic index score - example Next week another vehicle stopped at roadside and found to be defect free:No points allocatedEvent logged2502=Historic index scores placed on a “league table” to obtain OCRS
7 OCRS – data setsBased 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).
8 OCRS – roadworthiness points CatS marked1Immediate prohibitionTyres, brakes and steering2004002All other defects1003Delayed prohibition50425Test failDoes not appear on OCRS
9 Weighting factor to take account of age of event OCRS – pointsWeighting factor to take account of age of eventAge of eventFactorUp to 12 monthsx 1Over 12 months up to 2 yearsx 0.75Over two years up to 3 yearsx 0.5System splits into 6 month blocks – these and following points tables may be subject to change
10 OCRS – traffic enforcement points BandPenaltyPointsVerbal warning1Was £30 now £50 fixed penalty252Was £60 now £100 fixed penalty503Was £120 now £200 fixed penalty1004Was £200 now £300 fixed penalty2005Prosecution500
11 OCRS – prosecutions OCRS Points added When convicted Description Prosecution case500Prosecution per operator offence100Prosecution per driver offence50OCRS Points addedWhen convicted
12 OCRS – bands Roadworthiness Traffic Enforcement Red Baseline over 25.1 AmberBaseline =Baseline =GreenBaseline up to 10Baseline up to 5GreyNo baseline score
13 OCRS – straight to redFor 12 months from date of any convictionSix months (from event) for one of four Most Serious Infringements (MSI) Reg (EC) 1071/2009Excessive drivers hours, fraud, false documents, serious mechanical defects, No MOT certificate in force.Incorrect test certificate = no test certificate
14 Any events in last 3 years? OCRS score calculationsAny events in last 3 years?RememberTWOcalculationsneeded –roadworthinessandtrafficenforcementNoYesMSI in last 6 months orconviction in last 12?YesNoR >25T >301yr points + (>1-2yr points x 0.75) + (>2-3yr points x 0.5)RT=Number of eventsR ≤10T ≤5
16 So how do London Limos compare with PSV’s Bottom Line :VOSA must do more Limo checksLIMO operators need VOSA to do more Limo checks
17 The Aims of a Good Quality Operator – ACTION PLAN Operate professionally within the lawComply with all licence conditions and undertakings.REMEMBER EC 1071/2009Ensure 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
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