Jersey Fleet Management service (FOI)
Jersey Fleet Management service (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 09 November 2022.
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Please can you confirm who your Head of Transport is and provide name and contact details (email address).
Can you confirm your current fleet size?
Please confirm the number of response vehicles and pool vehicles in your current fleet?
Please can you confirm who is your breakdown provider (2022)?
Can you please confirm how your vehicles are serviced e.g., whether you have your own workshops/ use council workshops?
Please provide the total number of workshops (and technicians) that you use including town location?
Please can you confirm your annual spend on service, maintenance FY March 2020-April 2021)?
Please can you confirm your annual spend on vehicle damage repair (FY March 2020-April 2021)?
It has been assumed that the contact information required is for the Fleet Management team due to the subject of the request.
Steve Ovenden – Head of Fleet Management
John Littlewood – Head of Technical Support Services (which includes Fleet Management)
The current fleet size is 614.
There are 98 response and pool vehicles within the current fleet.
The Fleet Management team have their own call out roster and one of their technicians will attend fleet vehicle breakdowns in the first instance.
There is no contract in place with any specific company if a vehicle needs to be towed and different companies are used.
The vehicles are serviced by the Fleet Management technicians in the Government of Jersey workshops.
There are 3 workshops situated at 3 separate locations and these are serviced by 10 technicians with the assistance of 2 apprentices.
£1,007,800 was spent on fleet vehicle servicing and maintenance for March 2020-April 2021 (14 months).
£38,545 was spent in relation to accidents and insurance claims involving fleet vehicles for the requested period.