The seminar Use of working time regulations of drivers and crew, was held at the Centar Balasevic in Belgrade, Serbia on 15th March 2017. It was organized by the Transport and Logistics Managers Association Transportlog. Support in the organization of the seminar provided Intico d.o.o.
On 24th February 2017, was published Regulation of working time drivers and crew (“Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia”, No. 13/2017). The application of the regulations starts on April 1st, 2017.
Regulation brings significant news in the working time of drivers and crew, which will greatly affect the organization of the work of the staff responsible for establishing and keeping records of drivers and other crew members.
The seminar was attended by managers of transport and logistics companies, transport managers, vehicle fleet managers, logistics managers, procurement managers, supply chain managers, heads of maintenance services for passanger and freight vehicles and logistics managers.
Topics covered at the seminar provided participants all the necessary information on new obligations and practical application of Regulation of working time drivers and crew.
The following topics are presented at the seminar:
- What brings Regulation of working time drivers and crew – Legal basis in evidence, The basic assigment of Regulation and their interpretation. An example of the Evidence
Dr Vladimir Momčilović, T.E., University of Belgrade – Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering
- Practical application of Regulation of working time drivers and crew – regulations and practical advice
Miloš Milović, MSC Engineer, Intico Ltd
- Use of data from the tachograph and data analysis software from the tachograph for the establishment of evidence on the working time of a driver and crew member – Possibilities of using the existing data analysis software from the tachograph for the establishment of a evidence of the working time of driver and crew member
Stevan Jovićević, Tahograf BG Ltd