Risk and safety professionals with regulated fleets transform their safety cultures by proactively staying ahead of new roadside inspections and violations. Through near-real-time information summarized via carrier and driver scorecards, managers increase productivity, proactively address unsafe driver behavior, and effectively and effciently manage DOT inspections. Also enabled is a preview of the new CSA IRT model, mandated by the FAST Act.
Understand your drivers on an individual basis and be alerted to identifiable events that allow for timely action leading to improved driver behavior, reduced risk exposure, safer operations, and improved CSA scores.
Now there is a scalable way to stay apprised of the latest driver activity that matters most to your operation. By receiving pro-active alerts on high-risk drivers, you can demonstrate that you are effectively and effciently managing new inspection and other identifiable driver event data.
Increase productivity by eliminating the manual steps required to review the most recent DOT inspection data. Only manage drivers with new activity, automatically delegate to the appropriate manager, and address events more effciently.
Gain near-real-time insight into driver behavior with access to all driving data on a single platform. Q Transportation aggregates data and proactively presents violation and inspection activity to the right users at the right time.
Our new IRT/CSA Scorecard provides you access to your new CSA Safety Culture Score. CSA is undergoing major changes and almost everything we know about CSA, severity weights, time weights, BASIC measures, and Safety Event Groups will no longer factor into the new scoring methodology under the FMCSA’s planned release.
The new CSA/IRT will measure a motor carrier’s safety culture with a single score. Effectively communicate with customers the information they need to award you new business, incentivize your good drivers, and coach positive driver behavior with informative insights.
The new CSA FAST Act Score Model utilizes Item Response Theory (IRT) methodology and almost completely changes the building blocks of the current CSA scoring model. It more accurately measures a company’s safety culture as it factors in relevant variables such as drivers, inspections, VMTs, number of power units, and more.
Get the big picture with violation count, two year timeline, severity indicator, and violations falling off. Drill down to the specific list of individual violations that make up your overall violation count in any given group. See where you need to focus to maintain or improve your CSA Safety Culture Score.