Chief Executive Pauline Howie OBE
Our Ref FOI/ 782 /20
2 April 2020
Dear Mr Henderson
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST
Thank you for your email of requesting information under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002
which has now been processed.
You asked for the following information:
Maintenance history for vehicle SN61 AEP. Response
Please find the maintenance history provided as a table below:
Fleet No Odo
SERVICE, SAFETY CHECK
SAFETY CHECK, MOT TEST
R/REPLACE N/S HEADLIGHT BULB REPAIR EXHAUST
SAFETY CHECK+STEERING DEFECT
SAFETY CHECK AND SERVICE
RECHARGE AIR CON
112.5k SERVICE AND SAFETY CHECK
RECHARGE supply spare rear number plate for towing
POWER STEERING PIPE LEAKING
Scottish Ambulance Service, National Headquarters, Gyle Square, 1 South Gyle Crescent, Edinburgh EH12 9EB
Telephone: 0131 314 0000 Email: email@example.com
MOT + SAFETY INSPECTION + DEFECT
FUEL LEAK FROM REAR OF VEHICLE
SERVICE + SAFETY INSPECTION
75,000 SERVICE & M.O.T.
SAFETY CHECK & M.O.T.
The vehicle maintenance history of any Scottish Ambulance Service vehicle may not accurately reflect that
vehicle at time of sale or disposal. To ensure best use of public funding, vehicles are assessed prior to sale
or disposal and it is normal for vehicle markings, warning systems, operating components and reusable
parts to be removed from the vehicle for further use or disposal. Vehicles and equipment sold through
auction are sold subject to the terms and conditions of that auction sale. No guarantee of vehicle,
components or equipment age, condition or warranty is offered or implied.
The Service will not release documents/information which could compromise the safety or security of any
vehicles or staff. Where information may be commercially sensitive, copyright or of intellectual value to the
vehicle manufacturer/converter, requests should be made to that manufacturer/converter.
If you are dissatisfied with the way in which I have dealt with your request, you are entitled to require a
review of this decision. Should you decide to request a review you must:
Apply for a review of our decision in writing within 40 working days of the date of this notice and include:
An address for further correspondence
A description of the original request and
The reason(s) why you are dissatisfied with our decision.
You should address your request for a review of decision to:
Head of Corporate Affairs and Engagement
Scottish Ambulance Service
1 South Gyle Crescent,
Edinburgh, EH12 9EB
0131 314 0000
The requests for a review would be passed to another manager who was not involved in the original
decision to assess the application.
Following the review you would receive notice of the result as soon as possible but in any case within 20
with the ability to extend it by another 40 working days of us receiving it. Please note the new timescale
relates to the Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill (SP Bill 66) as introduced in the Scottish Parliament on 31 March
Our response would explain the decision of the reviewer as well as details of how to appeal to the
Office of the Scottish Information Commissioner if you remain dissatisfied with the review decision reached
If you wish to appeal to the Scottish Information Commissioner you may do so at the details below:
Office of the Scottish Information Commissioner
Telephone: 01334 464610
You can also make your appeal online via the Commissioner’s website at www.itspublicknowledge.info/Appeal.
This link gives you help in real time explaining exactly what is
needed so the Commissioner can investigate your case quickly.
Corporate Affairs and Engagement