We're Approved: Civil Penalty Accreditation Scheme
We are very pleased to get our approval renewed for the next year
The scheme introduced under the civil penalty legislation, road haulage companies may have to pay fines if they carry clandestine entrants to the United Kingdom in their vehicles. A clandestine entrant is a person who hides in a vehicle as it enters the United Kingdom with the aim of avoiding immigration controls.
The civil penalty accreditation scheme was set up to reduce the risk of receiving fines by ensuring that companies have effective systems to reduce clandestine entrants.