SURE Carrier: 7 Features to Help Protect your Business from Distracted Transportation Contractors
Feb 12, 2018
Although the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has partnered with the Department of Transportation to prevent driving accidents and create safer roads for transportation employees and the general public, there are still looming safety issues.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 is violated when employers require workers to text while driving or create a job where constant texting is necessary for the position and may put people in danger.
Workers still try to get away with texting and driving despite OSHA violations and local laws; unfortunately, contractors who haul materials for large-scale worksites and companies can ultimately damage business by not following the rules always.
SURE Carrier Simplifies the Process
Are you hiring safe and reliable motor carrier suppliers? Do you review their FMCSA/Department of Transportation compliance rates? Do you monitor this data over time?
Some of this data is available online through the FMCSA, but it’s hard to find, confusing, and time-consuming to track. Plus it only shows you a single carrier at a time and does not compare multiple carriers.
SURE Carrier simplifies the process of evaluating your motor carriers. It provides an improved view of the data, making it easy to track and trend the FMCSA/Department of Transportation safety and performance of motor carriers in your supply chain.
SURE Carrier not only provides you with a detailed view of the performance of your current motor carrier suppliers, it gives you data to validate new contractors based on trending performance data. This enables you to efficiently manage the motor carriers in your supply chain.
SURE Carrier is available as an add-on to SURE Qualify, which assesses suppliers on many other performance and risk indicators such as safety, insurance coverage, financial stability, and more.
SURE Carrier Features Include:
View CSA BASICs DataView CSA BASICs data for your carrier for key measurements such as: unsafe driving, controlled substances/alcohol, vehicle maintenance, and out-of-service rates.
Track Crash HistoryView your carrier’s crash history, as well as fatalities and injuries associated with motor vehicle crashes.
Manage Supplier DataEliminate the paperwork and administrative burden of supplier qualification with complete online information. Monitor supplier data month to month, allowing you to make better business decisions.
Verify InformationVerify your carrier’s annual mileage, number of trucks, and number of drivers. Conduct transportation-specific assessments to better evaluate current and future carriers.
Monitor HAZMATMonitor HAZMAT and passenger-carrying suppliers.
Compare CarriersCompare motor carriers with US national thresholds and averages. Evaluate multiple carriers to determine the right fit.
Set StandardsSet thresholds for acceptable ratings based on past performance data and company standards.
To schedule a free demonstration and learn more about SURE Carrier, click here.
Utilizing BROWZ services can help put high-risk employers at ease and simultaneously keep roads safe for drivers by ensuring contractors and subcontractors receive the training to comply with all current distracted driving laws and OSHA requirements.
BROWZ may also offer third-party assistance in tracking critical documents, such as licenses and certificates, to guarantee no risk is forgotten and all contract haulers have the appropriate training to keep roads safe.
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