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Safety Ratings & Offsite Audits: What You Need to Know

Safety Ratings & Offsite Audits: What You Need to Know

Safety Ratings & Offsite Audits: What You Need to Know

In 2020, DOT auditors were given authority to issue Conditional and Unsatisfactory ratings during offsite audits. Why are offsite audits such a problem? Because they require the carrier to submit all files electronically within 48 hours—or else.

Bottom line: If you’re not fully prepared for an offsite audit, you’re putting your safety rating at risk.

Now for the good news: Our new ebook will help you understand and better navigate these murky waters.

What we’ll cover:

  • Why safety ratings are critical to the success or failure of a carrier’s business
  • How safety ratings are calculated and how to find out your score 
  • Why it’s so hard to recover from a Conditional or Unsatisfactory safety rating 
  • How MVR monitoring can help improve a poor rating or maintain a Satisfactory rating
  • The impact that offsite audits are now having on carriers’ safety ratings

By Foley

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