Former Senior Transport Commissioner Beverley Bell will be providing her key industry insights to Labyrinth Logistics Consulting as its guest blogger, the company has announced, Bell has been giving her views on the subject of the difficulties faced by logistics companies managing complex compliance requirements as well as the day to day challenge of hectic depots, in a witty, thought provoking article for the SilkThread website.
Bell saw the good, the bad and the ugly of compliance management during her time as Traffic Commissioner for the North West and Senior Traffic Commissioner; and she gives her views strongly in favour of using the modern technology in Labyrinth’s cloud based logistics compliance software SilkThread, to avoid the pitfalls companies can easily fall prey to.
Bell left her role as STC in May 2017 and was awarded the CBE for services to road safety and the freight industry in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list 2017.
Labyrinth MD Ruth Waring FCILT said: “We are thrilled to have the chance to work with Beverley, and showcase her unique insight into the difficulties faced by companies managing compliance who are fully loaded with busy operational tasks. It’s great that Beverley has been so frank about what can go wrong and why, and in giving her view that SilkThread® compliance software really reduces the risk of non-compliance by making performance information and guidance easily available to companies.”
Read Beverley’s blog on the SilkThread website at silkthread.co.uk.
Beverley Bell began her career in private law practice before establishing her own practice in 1990, specialising in Criminal and Transport Law. She was appointed Traffic Commissioner for the North West of England in April 2000 and Senior Traffic Commissioner for Great Britain in June 2012. She was the first woman and youngest person to be made a Traffic Commissioner. Beverley left the post of Traffic Commissioner for the North West of England in May 2017.
Beverley was honoured for her hard work and dedication to raising standards with a CBE in The Queen's Birthday Honours lists 2017 in recognition for services to road safety and the freight industry.