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Hours of Service Violations & Your Organization

With proper Hours of Service auditing, your organization can achieve increased business opportunities, a decrease in enforcement action, and will be more attractive to insurance companies.

Integrated Loss Control, Inc. (ILC) has compiled a list of the most common Hours of Service violations from enforcement citations and in-house Hours of Service/Falsification auditing:
  • 30 minute break after 8 hours worked
  • Drivers do not take a full 10 hours off to reset hours
  • Driver’s Hours of Service are not current when they are pulled over on the road
  • Change of duty statuses are not logged
  • Missing Logs
  • Duplicate logs for one day
  • Scratch outs or corrections are not initialed
  • Sleeper berth rule is misunderstood, putting the driver in violation
Common Electronic Driver Log (ELD) Violations:
  • Drivers are not logging on-duty statuses for on-duty functions such as loading, unloading, fueling, drop and hook, and signing for paperwork
  • Drivers are not logged into the ELD system when driving
  • Personal Conveyance Violations
Not sure how your driver logs stand up?

Let ILC discover them for you! We can assist in auditing your drivers’ Hours of Service logs, both paper and electronic formats. We will compare dispatch, fueling, and scaling documents to each driver log as well as to your monthly reports. After each months audit, you will receive an hours of service violation report for each driver, so you can address and eliminate any problems found.

Contact ILC today to see how we can put an effective Hours of Service audit system in place for your organization!

 Integrated Loss Control, Inc.
Phone: 651-633-6525 Toll Free: 1-888-475-6525

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