Logbook Compliance/Monitoring

Logbook Compliance and Monitoring

Section 87 of the federal legislation requires carriers to monitor the logs of each driver for compliance to the Hours of Service Regulations. 

All carriers that have drivers who are authorized to drive NSC vehicles must review their driver logs for fatigue, form and manner and falsification. Any violations found must be reported in writing and must be reviewed with the driver.

We offer 3 levels of logbook auditing/reviews and reports on three different levels

Level 1 - A simple report that lists all violations and their regulatory codes
Level 2 - A detailed Report of all violations, their regulatory codes and an explanation of how the driver could have avoided the violation
Level 3 - A detailed Report of all violations, their regulatory codes and an explanation of how the driver could have avoided the violation plus a report of all falsifications found
The reports can then be reviewed with the driver and any corrective action taken can be recorded on the report for further review.

How we help

We also offer logbook review training for carriers that wish to do their own internal auditing and reviews.