MOT warning

RMIF says VOSA is drawing up 'black-list' of under-achievers

Published:  17 December, 2007

VOSA is drawing up a 'black-list' of MOT testing stations that need extra inspections and assessments to bring them up to standard, the RMIF is warning.

Customer waiting areas

Health and safety compliance

Building condition

Non-MOT equipment; maintenance, calibration and condition

Record keeping

Staff training and retention

Management knowledge and training

Commercial health

VOSA spokeswoman Zita Easton confirmed that the METs were used to assess garages even in non MOT-related areas of their business.

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