Don’t get your company shut down after a failed safety audit. The coaches at Motor Carrier HQ can help you write a corrective action plan that will be accepted by the FMCSA and help get your truck back on the road.
Why Would You Need a Corrective Action Plan?
A corrective action plan may be necessary after a new entrant safety audit. This is the chance to prove to the FMCSA that your business follows all safety protocol and your trucking company should stay up and running.
What Does the DOT Require?
If you are issued a notice of violation, you are required to submit a corrective action plan to the USDOT within 60 days. Each plan must:
- State why the violation occurred
- What corrective actions you will take to correct the deficiency
- What corrective actions you will continue to take to prevent the deficiency from occurring again.
If you don’t follow the format outlined by the FMCSA, your business may be put out-of-service.
Get the Help You Need Fast
If you’re an owner operator or own a trucking company and are at risk of losing your operating authority, give the experts at Motor Carrier HQ a call. All you have to do is send the Part B Results of your New Entrant Audit or Compliance Review to us, and we’ll write and send copies of your corrective action plan directly to you and the DOT.
Why Choose Motor Carrier HQ?
We take the headache out of figuring out the rules and regulations set by the FMCSA. By leaving the entire process to us, you don’t have to worry about your plan being rejected or missing a deadline. We have the experience necessary to quickly develop a DOT-acceptable corrective action plan that follows the DOT’s template. We take care of it all so you can focus on getting your company back on the road!
We also offer other services to help keep your new trucking compliant, such as getting your New Motor Carrier Authority and updating your MCS-150.
Ready to Get Started?
If you need a corrective action plan, don’t hesitate to give the coaches at Motor Carrier HQ a call! We can answer any questions you have about writing and implementing a corrective action plan for your company.