This comprehensive contractual document template will help ensure you are protected as an external transport manager consultant. This is a template, so as with all things legal, we suggest you seek the assistance of a solicitor, should you feel it necessary. You can purchase your copy of the external transport managers’ contract here and adjust it to your requirements.
Why do I need an External Transport Managers’ contract?
Having a consultancy agreement in place prior to any services provided should be a priority for any consultant or client. A contract protects both parties by setting out their obligations clearly and reducing the risks of any disputes or misunderstandings.
Specifically regarding external transport manager work, and according to the Senior Traffic Commissioner’s Statutory Guidance and Statutory Directions for Transport Managers “an external transport manager may be hired in to fulfill the role of transport manager under a contract which specifies the tasks he or she will perform as the transport manager”. Remember that an external transport manager can only work for a maximum of 4 operators (not licences) with a combined total fleet of 50 authorised vehicles. Also, don’t forget the suggested amount of time the traffic commissioner might expect in terms of minimum hours of work spent with each operator.
The contract covers:
- Fees, invoicing, and expenses
- Delivery up documents
- Tax liabilities and indemnity
- No employment
- Data protection
- Force majeure
- Survival of causes of action
- Law and jurisdiction
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