Highlights of The 2017 Transportation Spotlight Report

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We are pleased to announce the 10-year anniversary of the HireRight Employment Screening Benchmark Survey and Report!

Our transportation industry spotlight report allows us to dive deeper into the key trends and concerns of the trucking and transportation business.

Read through some significant highlights of this year’s report.

3 Key Transportation Safety Issues [Podcast]

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Listen to Michael Cammisa, Vice President of Safety Policy & Connectivity for the American Trucking Associations as he provides an update on the following key transportation safety issues:

• Electronic Logging Devices Mandate (ELDs and AOBRDs)
• Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT)
• Pilot Program for Split Sleeper Berth Time

Entry Level Driver Training – A Long Time Coming

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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published new rules on December 8, 2016 that require entry-level drivers to complete special training designed to ensure that they are competent and prepared to maneuver an 80,000 lb commercial motor vehicle safely before they can take their skills test to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL).

These new training requirements will change the way motor carriers qualify inexperienced drivers, how insurers rate these drivers and how many new drivers enter the transportation industry.

Final Trucking Rules Spearhead a Positive Outlook for 2017 [Podcast]

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Several important rules were announced at the end of December 2016 that will positively affect motor carriers.

Bill Sullivan, Executive Vice President Advocacy for the American Trucking Associations reviews the recently published rules and what trucking may expect from the new administration.

Topics covered include: the drug and alcohol clearinghouse, entry-level driver training, hours-of-service restart and key advocacy priorities for 2017.