The Association For Driving Licence Verification (www.ADLV.co.uk) is to work closely with the DVLA on the implementation of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) for the ADD service. By helping to explain the GDPR rules for its members’ fleet customers, the ADLV believes that discussions will help to define the industry standard.
- The content of Privacy Notices on how the data will be used and how long information can be held.
- Required Audit trails and what happens to the data afterwards.
- The right to be forgotten.
- Potential changes in the mandate and the associated terms and processes.
- Required Training Issues.
Commenting on the new regulations, Terry Hiles ADLV Director and Commercial Director of Licence Check Ltd., noted, “GDPR is going to present a challenge to a worryingly large number of businesses which have hitherto assumed that sitting beside the driver to look at their licence details using the DVLA’s service for individuals is sufficient evidence of consent. As an association, speaking to businesses of all sizes in the UK, we find that our members encounter this on a daily basis. The reality is though that this service is for the individual driver’s use only.”
“ADLV aim to publish a membership advisory document early next year and will be available to answer queries for members online. “
For her part, Donna Jones, Senior Commercial Data Sharing Manager at DVLA Commented, “We welcome the advice that is to be given to ADLV members. The DVLA has been undertaking a detailed review of all its contracts in relation to GDPR, including the ADD contract which we expect to rollout in March 2018, in readiness for the new legislation being implemented from 25 May 2018.”
Note To Editors: About the ADLV (www.adlv.co.uk)
The Association for Driving License Verification has been established to promote and encourage best practice within the industry for the initial and continued validation of driver entitlement for responsible employers and road safety.
The association’s remit is:
- to represent the interests of its members to the DVLA on policy, legislative and regulatory matters within a strict code of conduct.
- to act as the conduit in any consultation or similar exercise that is likely to affect Members.
- to represent Member and industry concerns to the Driver Vehicle and Licensing Agency and Department for Transport (“DVLA/DfT”).
- to encourage wider take-up of driving licence checking by organisations and the introduction of regular and appropriate re-checks thereafter.
- to exercise professional supervision over Members through the formulation of agreed minimum standards of good practice for the industry ensuring Members meet and maintain minimum acceptable standards of security in relation to the handling and safeguarding of personal data.
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