MOT Manager roles are clearly defined by the DVSA. Do you know what they all are?
For a site to be authorised to test the Authorised Examiner (AE) must appoint individuals to certain MOT Manager roles . These roles define the individuals responsibilities to the MOT Service.
You must have these roles appointed and you and the individuals must understand the responsibilities that go with them.
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MOT Juice – What is it? How does it work? And why is it so useful to managers of MOT testing centres?
MOT Juice is your suit of armour. Your protection against losing your authorisation to conduct MOTs.
MOT Juice is your virtual watchtower equipped with a telescope and searchlight (throw in our Messaging Centre – Platinum Tools and you get the megaphone too)
MOT Juice is your diagnostic tool. It will tell you
- What is happening
- What is NOT happening
- What needs to be done
- Where you could be more efficient and effective
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MOT Managers. Read this to stay ahead of the game. Be smarter than the average bear. Be prepared for the bear cull to come.
Are you one of these MOT managers? AE, AEDM, AEP, DM or SM?
Yes? Then this is for you. We have put together a series of blogs that distil the regulations and responsibilities that apply to you as an MOT Manager.
I’ll also discuss the importance of applying the regulations in light of the changes we see in how the DVSA are policing the industry.
Read this and be smarter than the average bear. Don’t get caught in one of the DVSA’s regulatory bear traps.
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An MOT Quality Management System Defined
An MOT Quality Management System or QMS is a set of policies, processes and procedures required for planning, execution and improvement in the core business areas of your MOT business.
Essentially it is a method or system for ensuring that your VTS is at, or reaches, a state of compliance to the DVSA requirements in all areas. That your staff are qualified and have the resources to deliver the correct outcome of an MOT. That Your premises are suitable and maintained to the correct standard. You are fulfilling your administration responsibilities and you get more effective and efficient over time.
Well, that’s all well and good but how does it work in the real world? Let me explain my take on it.
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