ARLINGTON, Va. — The American Trucking Associations (ATA) announced today its endorsement of EBE Technologies’ CSA 2010 Dashboard as an effective driver management solution to help large and small trucking companies manage their responsibilities under the upcoming CSA 2010 regulations.
EBE’s CSA 2010 Dashboard monitors and retrieves carrier- and driver-related inspection information from FMCSA’s Compass portal daily, providing carriers near real-time visibility into driver behavior so trucking companies can increase compliance, drive down accident costs, and keep drivers and the public safer. The web-based driver management tool delivers flexibility in identifying and acting on at-risk driving behavior. The system delivers both carrier and driver percentiles and measures, and also provides the ability to target specific areas. The information can be displayed by summary or detail views, and searches can be performed by several criteria including inspection category, driver ID, division, fleet manager, points and percentiles. Company trend analysis is available by category, measure, percentile, points and time period. Email alerts can be sent to appropriate personnel based on identified behavior, events or new activity. DataQ submissions can be automated and tracked through the dashboard as well.
“CSA 2010 will soon replace SafeStat as the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s tool to prioritize carriers for interventions,” ATA Senior Vice President Dave Osiecki said. “ATA is endorsing EBE’s CSA 2010 Dashboard because it helps carriers take a critical look at their safety performance data to determine how to focus their resources to ensure safety compliance and avoid an FMCSA intervention.”
“EBE’s CSA 2010 Dashboard does more than post percentiles and statistics. It is for carriers who are seeking a tool to proactively manage their drivers. Carriers using this solution have found it to be an effective way to sift through the overwhelming amounts of data, target in on isolated and patterned behavior, and respond immediately,” said Cindy Nelson, EBE’s Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. “A carrier’s score is reflective of the collective results of its individual drivers. If you can identify and correct unsafe behavior before it becomes a pattern or causes a serious safety incident, then the carrier’s scores and rankings should be reflective of that. ATA’s endorsement of this solution helps us provide a broader outreach to the industry in an effort to support the industry’s commitment to improved safety.”
To learn more about ATA’s endorsement of EBE’s CSA 2010 Dashboard and the potential for a 10 percent discount on the already low cost monthly subscription, visit: http://www.atabusinesssolutions.com/t-EBEdashboard.aspx.
Founded in 1973, EBE is the leading provider of integrated document and content management, workflow and business process automation solutions designed specifically for the transportation and logistics industry. The development of EBE's enterprise solution, SHIPS, evolved from EBE's expertise in imaging and transportation specific workflow applications. Utilizing a unique intelligent database and autoflow technology, SHIPS automates labor intensive operational tasks to deliver improved operational efficiencies, reduced labor costs, unparalleled customer service and increased profitability. SHIPS modules include financials, logistics, recruiting, safety and compliance and driver performance management. SHIPS integration capabilities provide for access to information from company dispatch, accounting, mobile communication, log scanning and other transportation related applications. EBE's blue-chip customer list includes more than 400 leading transportation and logistics companies in North America. Headquartered in East Moline, Ill., EBE Technologies is a privately held company and has experienced consistent growth and profitability allowing it to reinvest in its people, products and integration partners. For additional information, visit www.ebeships.com or call (800) 447-0612.
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