CINCINNATI, Ohio — PeopleNet is now offering new services to help the trucking industry prepare for and comply with CSA 2010 and electronic on-board recorder (EOBR) requirements in the US.
PeopleNet’s EOBR bundle is touted as a low-cost fleet management offering that will provide electronic driver logs and improve hours-of-service compliance. The company is also offering a more comprehensive CSA 2010 bundle that includes electronic logs, on-board event recording, speedgauge, engine fault code monitoring, speed alarms and more. The company is confident its offerings will allow fleets to improve their score under CSA 2010.
“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),” announced COO Brian McLaughlin. “The system is designed to identify unsafe driver behaviour earlier, ultimately reducing crashes, injuries and fatalities. Carriers who currently don’t have EOBR or on-board 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.”
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