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Report an incident if you're a DVSA earned recognition operator

24 May 2021

 

Tell the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) about collisions or incidents involving your vehicles if you've joined the DVSA earned recognition scheme.

Use this form (ER112) if you’re a DVSA earned recognition vehicle operator and one of your vehicles has been involved in a collision or incident.

 

You must report:

  • fatalities
  • serious injuries (such as broken bones, damage to major organs or overnight hospitalisation)
  • a safety critical system failure (such as brake failure or wheel loss)
  • a vehicle catching fire
  • significant body damage to the vehicle (such as a bridge strike)
  • something that could cause negative publicity that might bring DVSA earned recognition into disrepute
  • a vehicle received an ‘S’ marked roadworthiness prohibition
  • the operator or one of your employees are found guilty and convicted of an offence
  • most serious infringement (such as not having a tachograph or carrying passengers or goods without holding a valid driving licence)

You must also send a report if the police tell you to.

 

Further information:

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/report-an-incident-if-youre-a-dvsa-earned-recognition-operator?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_source=833c5bfd-ae0c-451e-8781-21e82c721eab&utm_content=immediately