Are you prepared for an FMCSA safety audit? Is your company accumulating undesirable CSA scores and facing possible fines? Have you received a mandate letter to bring your fleet in line with current safety regulations? As a business owner, fleet manager, or safety manager, you already have your hands full. So, where do you start with compliance?
Dave Kraft, Director of Business Development, Qualcomm
As you may know, the federal regulatory environment surrounding electronic on-board recorders (EOBRs) continues to evolve. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has allowed the use of automatic on-board recording device EOBRs to track drivers' hours of service since 1988. Despite the ongoing debate over mandating the devices, the productivity benefits are becoming more compelling. There is a current FMCSA initiative to update the regulations for EOBRs and expand their coverage to address audit standards, position archiving requirements, roadside inspection procedures, and more.
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To help your company be CSA-compliant, our suite of applications is specifically designed to help you meet FMCSA requirements. At Omnitracs we understand you need full solutions that address compliance demands. Omnitracs has been leading the way in the telematics industry for 25 years. Berg Insight ranks Omnitracs, LLC, as the largest provider of fleet management solutions in the Americas, with an estimated total active installed base of 350,000 units in the region. With our "one-stop-shop" approach and compliance-focused applications that are designed to meet your needs, we provide affordable and effective tools that help you manage your fleet more efficiently, improve safety, and manage CSA compliance.
We understand the FMCSA regulations and can help you to become compliant. Our technology combines cutting-edge applications and platforms, including the cost-efficient MCP50 that helps you efficiently manage compliance with FMCSA regulations. Although current regulations only require commercial motor vehicle carriers to record driver hours of service, a pending regulation may require that driver hours of service be recorded on electronic on-board recorders (EOBRs). We are here to help you today – and tomorrow, as the industry adapts to changing requirements. According to Dave Kraft, director of industry affairs:
While there may be some resistance to the required changes, in order to achieve the shift to a new enforcement paradigm, resources and programs must stay focused on the force multiplier opportunities and making the right choices in enforcement strategies and resource deployments… As the past year reflected significant momentum in support of the mandate for electronic driver log systems, the next year may be about accelerating its effective implementation.
Put our EOBR solution to work for you today! With our EOBR solution and suite of applications, we make it easier for you to meet compliance and safety requirements so you can concentrate on running your business efficiently and profitably.
For more information on regulatory requirements, please refer to the Omnitracs Safety Knowledge Center to stay current on how transportation industry regulations and standards impact your business.
For more information on the FMCSA's Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program, see the CSA website.
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