Software to assist with CSA recognized by ATA
With the CSA 2010 compliance rules in full swing, several trucking companies have been utilizing outside resource to help them organize their fleet and stay within regulations. Recently, the American Trucking Associations has announced its support for a software program called Compli CSA, which can assist fleet management owners in making the correct decisions when it comes to these new trucking rules.
Through online access, the Compli CSA programs keep all records and rules in order for business so they can be assured of their adherence to the laws. ATA members can receive a discount on the software for their big rigs.
"By introducing efficient automated processes that focus on CSA data, fleets can quickly identify high-level safety issues while prioritizing safety initiatives that address all concerns," Nick Goodell, general manager of trucking and transportation for Compli, said in a statement. "Maintaining a safe and operational fleet is critical to keeping trucks on the road, keeping drivers driving and maximizing the number of loads delivered."
Trucking business owners may want to consider investing in technology that will help them stay within CSA rules, for this could avoid future accidents and fines that could damage a company's revenue and reputation.
Thursday, October 13th, 2011
With the CSA 2010 compliance rules in full swing, several trucking companies have been utilizing outside resource to help them organize their fleet and stay within regulations.