MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin — Trucking compliance and safety services company RAIR says that it will provide carriers with free monthly CSA 2010 scorecards, which include percentile rankings against their peers. The announcement was made in response to the FMCSA’s recent change in the timeline for implementing CSA 2010.
“We don’t charge for something that’s free,” RAIR President and CEO JJ Singh said, referring to the monthly CSA 2010 scorecards that will be available to all carriers from the FMCSA. “We only charge for the value we add.”
RAIR said the company is in a unique position to help carriers determine the underlying causes of their violations and to provide daily assistance in improving their safety scores.
“Our goal is to help ensure that our clients are never subject to an intervention by the DOT. That’s how we add value,” said Singh.
Carriers interested in receiving free monthly scorecards can contact RAIR at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-888-444-7010.
RAIR aims to minimize trucking companies’ exposure to risk by helping to manage their safety and compliance data. The company provides log auditing services in both the United States and Canada. RAIR uses its data acquisition, auditing, and reporting system to help carriers with CSA 2010 compliance, driver qualification file management, DVIR auditing, and verifications of driver logs using GPS data.
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