Companies use Proactive Transportation Safety Services DOT Mock Audits service to get a baseline of the strengths and weaknesses of their compliance programs. This is a great way to know exactly where your company stands so then an effective plan can be put into place to take your compliance program to the next level.
Mock DOT Audits
Using Mock DOT Audits allows your company to be more productive towards Department of Transportation (DOT) compliance and strive for safety excellence toward the motoring public. We identify trends within your fleet that you have the power to correct. The information from a Mock audit will allow you to implement the needed changes so you can be compliant with the regulations.
It is always good to conduct Mock DOT audits before ever having to go through an actual DOT. Being proactive can be very beneficial not only in protecting the motoring public, but also reducing the possibility of fines and an adverse safety rating. Below is information regarding the FMCSA closed enforcement cases along with a link to the most recent closed cases and the fines that were paid.
Closed Enforcement Cases
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is responsible for ensuring full compliance with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR) required of truck, bus and motorcoach companies regulated by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
On this website, all closed FMCSA enforcement cases are listed by fiscal year. An enforcement case is deemed “closed” once FMCSA issues a carrier a “Notice of Claim” ( NOC) and the carrier has (1) paid the penalty in full, (2) signed a settlement agreement, or (3) defaulted on the NOC, upon which a “Final Agency Order” was issued.
FMCSA enforcement cases are initiated following compliance reviews, complaint investigations, terminal audits, roadside inspections, or other investigations.
Yearly Enforcement Case Lists
Each yearly enforcement case list contains the following information:
- The carrier’s USDOT number,
- The name of the carrier, shipper, freight forwarder, or broker involved,
- The carrier’s city and state,
- The FMCSR violation(s) resulting in an enforcement action
- The total amount settled, and
- The FMCSA Case Number.