Electronic logging devices have changed hours of service compliance for truck drivers and fleets, but they’ve also changed the way the Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration audits driver and trucking fleet records.
Watch this PrePass webinar as Dave Osiecki, president and CEO of Scopelitis Transportation Consulting, covers the ins and outs of the FMCSA compliance review/audit process. He focuses on how FMCSA and state investigators are auditing electronic logging device records for compliance with the daily driving limit, the daily and weekly work limits, and for ELD record falsification.
You’ll also learn details about FMCSA’s Electronic Record of Duty Status (eRODS) software, how the agency uses it, what other records and ELD supporting documents they request during audits, and some ELD auditing techniques you may not have thought of or be aware of.
Dave Osiecki began his trucking career more than 30 years ago with the U.S. Dept. of Transportation before spending two decades with the American Trucking Associations, where he worked on safety, policy, regulatory and advocacy-related matters. As president and CEO of Scopelitis Transportation Consulting, he is a regular speaker and commentator before transportation and motor carrier industry groups.