911 Rescue and Recovery based in Scotland have joined the ever-growing list of companies to sign up to the digital identity and compliance PATAM card scheme.
Stephen Greenhorn, the MD at 911, stated:
“At 911, we strive to ensure that our staff are competently skilled and provided with the essential training required to carry out their roles safely and professionally. In our fast-moving digital world, the PATAM scheme ensures that staff can provide instant evidence of their skills and training with a simple swipe of their card, ensuring effective records can be maintained”.
On registration, all employees must be able to prove vocational training that meets National Occupational Standards and the DriveAWARE online training module, in addition to Electric Vehicle and Hybrid awareness training. As part of the due diligence process, a government recognised licence check must be completed.
For the company to be deemed Roadside Safe, they must have full insurance and operate under an Operator’s Licence or PAS 43 if working in the recovery industry.
Chief Executive of PATAM Gary Tucker commented “we have been working closely with the team at 911 over the past 6-months and it is evident that they go the extra mile in meeting compliance standards and the continual development of their employees. The PATAM Roadside Safe card acknowledges and records this information so that their staff can prove these standards in the form of both a digital app-based and physical company-branded identity card”.
PATAM welcome 911 to the card scheme, and we are looking forward to further developing the Roadside Safe scheme throughout the transport, logistics and recovery industries.
To find out more about the PATAM digital identity card, please visit https://www.patamgrouplimited.uk/