PeopleNet helps with CSA 2010, EOBR regulations
Jun 1, 2010 12:00 PM
PeopleNet has introduced two new service offerings to help the trucking industry comply with recent CSA 2010 and EOBR (electronic onboard recorder) regulations scheduled for implementation.
Brian McLaughlin, the firm's chief operating officer, said, “Under CSA 2010, carriers and drivers will be assessed on the most recent 24 months of on-road performance and crash data by the new Safety Measurement System (SMS). The system is designed to identify unsafe driver behavior earlier, ultimately reducing crashes, injuries, and fatalities. Carriers who currently don't have EOBR or onboard technology will find these bundles essential for ensuring compliance and avoiding scrutiny by FMCSA's expanding radar, as well as costly repairs, delays, penalties, and work stoppages associated with inspections and investigations. We are so confident that we can impact a customer's CSA 2010 score that we guarantee results. If we don't, the customer pays nothing.”
PeopleNet's EOBR is compliant with current safety regulations and will remain compliant with the recent FMCSA ruling 395.16. The EOBR bundle is a fleet management offering with eDriver Logs that enables fleets to electronically log drivers' hours of service and fully comply with HOS regulations. The CSA 2010 bundle is a more comprehensive approach to meeting safety goals. In addition to managing drivers' HOS with eDriver Logs, the CSA 2010 bundle includes other safety applications such as Onboard Event Recording, Speedgauge, engine fault code monitoring, and speed alarms. This bundle also includes onsite help by PeopleNet Professional Services to ensure CSA 2010 readiness by helping customers understand how to use the technology to assess, measure, and impact safety performance.
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