Most would say they are doing a good job and many are, in actuality, doing a great job. What carriers need to understand is that what they say and do doesn’t really matter unless it’s reflected in their CSA scorecard. CSA scores and ultimately the carrier Safety Fitness Ratings, are quickly being adopted as the measure of choice as to how well a company manages their health and safety risks. This makes managing CSA scores critical to the success of any carrier's operation.
Whether hauling for hire or as a private carrier, Glostone Trucking Solutions is a one-stop resource for successfully managing CSA scores. We offer a variety of solutions that can assist any size company manage their safety data and records and even give them public recognition for maintaining compliant programs and low CSA scores.
We will monitor your CSA records and once per month, automatically send you an email or fax of your score in each of the 7 basics for FREE! You will know within hours of the monthly DOT update how your company has been rated.
Your Trusted Compliance Logistics Adviser will review your data with you and show you how to navigate the CSA website.
Our CSA Professional Monitoring Service will monitor your scores on a monthly basis and provide you with an easy to read and action based management summary. At a glance you will know which drivers and equipment contributed to your scores. You will see how your company is performing over time with our customized trend report. We provide assistance with compliance to any DOT intervention.
Once the FMCSA has assigned a less than satisfactory new safety rating or lowered a current rating, the process to upgrade that rating is daunting and time consuming, often taking months and many hours of work. We have successfully helped many clients through the upgrade process and have the expertise to make it as quick and as painless as possible. Don’t travel that road alone. We can help!
This 8 hour course provides training in the fundamentals of what must be in place to be in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR’s). Topics include Driver and Supervisor Training Requirements, Driver Qualifications, Hours of Service, Inspection-Repair-Maintenance, Controlled Substance and Alcohol Testing and more.
Managing CSA has become extremely important for the successful operation of any company using commercial trucks. This 2 hour training will provide a basic overview of how CSA works, CSA website navigation as well as practical techniques for managing each CSA safety behavior. Also covered will be responding to an FMCSA Corrective Action Plan demand.