Post OSHA 300 Log Summary Page Time for companies to post the OHSA 300 Summary page, Form OSHA 301 in a common area that employees can access from February 1 to April 30. Click picture to go to the OSHA 300 Log form on line. (CSM), a unique Craig Safety Technologies SaaS software program, has an Accident Reporting module.
Starting Today, The Gov’t Will Punish Carriers That Force Drivers To Run Illegally The FMCSA wants to put an end to “forced dispatch.” Published on January 30, 2016 Starting today the driver coercion mandate goes into effect. Just what does this mean to carriers, shippers and receivers? Live Trucking, a web publication has a pretty
The trucking industry has lost more than 150,000 drivers because of medical reasons since the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners was established in May 2014, says Bob Perry, president and founder of Rolling Strong. But carriers can reverse this trend, he says, with simple changes that focus on driver health. The Truckload Carriers Association hosted
Are you ready for a change: e-logs set to become ELDs? There are some major differences to the ABORDS we are currently using. There is bound to be some confusion about E-logs, AOBRDs and ELDs. Here is a run down from CCJ’s Aaron Huff In March, 2014, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration proposed an electronic logging device
When OSHA Comes Knocking in Trucking Posted by Kyle Meinert on Thu, Dec 03,2015 @ 07:30 AM It’s no secret that many transportation professionals might consider an OSHA visit about as likely as a visit from Santa Claus. After all, your greatest concern in terms of regulations and compliance is the Department of Transportation, not OSHA. If