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Transportation Safety Consultants

Transportation Safety Consultants

Safety Consulting

Safety Consulting
Adhere to the regulations and standards of DOT, CSA 2010, and FMCSR with consulting services from Integrity Safety Consultants.

Safety Analysis

Safety Analysis
Transportation safety compliance has many benefits, including reducing or eliminating tangible and intangible expenses.


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Integrity Safety Consultants is an organization of experienced safety professionals. We provide clients with exceptional on-site or off-site reviews as well as feedback on compliance with FMCSR regulations for fleet and truck drivers. Our consultants provide layers of consulting services that can be tailored to fit each client's operational and safety needs. Protecting our client's safety rating and creating safe, compliant operations is our number one priority. Integrity is doing the right thing, even if nobody is watching.


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Truck drivers should prepare for increased scrutiny by law enforcement later this month as the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance will embark upon its annual Operation Safe Driver Week, aimed at combating unsafe driving behaviors by truckers and passenger car drivers.

The annual enforcement blitz is scheduled for the week of Oct. 15-21. Officers will be looking for speeding, distracted driving, texting and driving, seatbelt usage, following too closely, improper lane changes, failure to obey traffic safety devices and more.

CVSA’s Operation Safe Driver Program was created to help to reduce the number of crashes, deaths and injuries involving large trucks, buses and passenger vehicles due to unsafe driving behaviors, according to a statement from the CVSA.

Electronic Logging Devices (ELD) and your Rental Trucks

Truckers driving short-term rental trucks for eight days or fewer at a time will not be required to keep logs with an electronic logging device while in the rental due to an exemption granted to the Truck Renting and Leasing Association (TRALA).

Under the terms of the exemption, drivers will still be subject to the hours-of-service rules and must maintain paper logs for the current and prior seven days, if required.

Drivers must also keep a copy of the rental agreement in the truck to show law enforcement, along with a copy of the exemption notice, while operating under the exemption.

Operating under the exemption for longer than eight days will be considered a violation of the exemption and a failure to use an ELD, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

Electronic Logging Devices