August 2014

Not Guilty – Removing Violations from Carrier and Driver Records

Beginning August 23rd, 2014, motor carriers and drivers are now able to remove roadside inspection violation data collected in the Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS) to reflect the outcomes of adjudicated citations. The ability to have a violation’s severity reduced or removed from the MCMIS system can 

 

Turning Insurance Into a Profit Center

Today, your company probably purchases insurance from the traditional insurance market. This process works for many companies, but for the right type of company there is a much more efficient model called a captive. Rather than allowing an insurance company to make an underwriting profit from your company’s great year of

 

FMCSA Applicability to Government Fleets

Many government fleet managers are unsure if, or how, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations apply to their fleet. At the same time, many managers are opting to adopt more, if not all, of the FMCSA regulations as their fleet guidelines. For some managers, this is a conscious decision to follow more regulations

 

OSHA Recordable or First Aid Only? The Manager's Dilemma.

As a manager, few things are worse than getting that phone call saying one of your people has been injured. So many questions come to mind. What happened? How serious is it? All of these thoughts spring to mind. Do they need outside medical care? How do I know if I need to send them to the doctor? Is this a recordable injury? How will this affect my OSHA Recordable Rate?