Truck & Bus Compliance Auditing Services | P.O. BOX 12633 | Albany, NY 12212 | Phone: (518) 466-9866 | Email: trucknbus@earthlink.net

Truck & Bus Compliance Auditing Services

Truck & Bus Compliance Auditing Services

Truck & Bus Compliance Auditing Services

Truck & Bus Compliance Auditing Services

Truck & Bus Compliance Auditing Services

Avoid Costly Fines & Substantial Increases In Your Insurance

Today the US DOT safety regulations are overwhelmingly complex. It takes an expert to help you navigate through these regulations safely. If you have questions, I am the person to help you. If I do not have the answers, I have the contacts where I can obtain the correct information for you. Staying in compliance eats up your time, where it could be better spent managing your employees, your customers, and your business. Let me be your partner in safety and help you make a profit.

We offer a variety of services including:

  • Mock Audits
  • Drivers Qualification Files
  • HAZ MAT Security Safety Plans
  • Fine Arbitration
  • Regulatory Guidance Assistance
  • Driver Meetings
  • Obtaining DOT or Operating Authority
  • Random Drug & Alcohol Selections
  • NY 19A Services
  • Assistance In Upgrading Safety Rating
  • Criminal Record Searches
  • Company Policy Development

Load Securement, It Could Happen To You

An accident Monday afternoon killed a Columbia man who was impaled by a flying piece of wood that crashed through his windshield while he was driving.¬† Barry L. Myers was pronounced dead at Lancaster General Hospital shortly after the accident. A family relative said Myers and his wife, Deborah, were returning from a weekend trip to Ocean City, Md., when the accident happened. Deborah Myers had just celebrated her birthday. ¬†According to Manor Township police, Myers and his wife were traveling north on Millersville Road.¬† At the same time, Vernon McCauley was traveling south when two pieces of wood fencing flew off his truck. “It appears the wind picked them up,” police Cpl. Kim Geyer said. One of the pieces of fencing smashed through the windshield of Myers’ car and impaled... read more

FMCSA Fines Oregon Motor Carrier $25,000 for Multiple Safety Violations

Ore-Cal Livestock Inc., an Oregon-based company, negotiated an agreement where it pleaded guilty to five counts of aiding and abetting false statements to a government agency. The company was sentenced to five years probation and fined it $25,000 plus court costs. As a special condition to the plea agreement Ore-Cal was ordered to pay the Office of Inspector General $50,000 as a settlement for the costs of investigating the case. The company was also ordered to pay a total of $1 million over the next five years toward trucking safety. The company was also ordered to implement a strict safety and regulatory compliance... read more

FMCSA Fines Minnesota Motor Carrier $368,200 for Multiple Safety Violations

A safety investigation of Mark Sand and Gravel conducted on Oct. 1 showed the company failed to provide hazardous materials training to persons that operate a cargo tank or vehicle with a portable tank with a capacity of 1,000 gallons or more; knowingly allowing an employee with a suspended, revoked or canceled commercial drivers license to operate a commercial motor vehicle; and failing to require a driver to make a record of duty status. A fine of $11,880 was... read more