Delivering customer satisfaction by improving our members’ operational performance
The Auto Haulers Association of America will achieve the above motto for its members through special subject meetings, real time sharing of experiences at a departmental level, developing best practices, pushing relevant information to the members, working closely with key vendors to ensure their products meet our unique needs, and identifying tool sets for managing our businesses appropriate for the size of the member’s business. This will result in the delivery of improved quality and satisfaction to our customers. We will leave the lobbying to the lobbyists but we will be strong advocates for our members whether it’s with suppliers, development of special programs, or other associations.
ICYMI Index: 3 numbers you should know from this week’s trucking news
The number of crashes used in FMCSA’s study on assigning crash fault and weighting scores appropriately in its Compliance, Safety, Accountability program. Lack of crash accountability in CSA has been one of the trucking industry’s biggest issues with the program.
Decision 2015: buyers guide for expected e-log mandate
Electronic logging devices (ELDs) are on track to becoming the new standard for all 3.4 million commercial drivers who are required by law to keep a record of duty status.
Crash accountability in CSA would not improve prediction of future crash risk, FMCSA concludes
Incorporating crash accountability into theCompliance, Safety, Accountability carrier ranking program would not improve the DOT’s ability to target for intervention carriers most at risk for crashes, nor would it be easy to implement or cost-effective, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration concluded in a study released Jan. 21.
Clarification from FMCSA says driver sleep apnea screening decision up to discretion of med examiners
Following a December-made promise for more clarification of current sleep apnea guidelines for medical examiners, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration posted earlier this month a bulletin telling examiners that if they suspect a driver may have sleep apnea, then he or she should be sent to a sleep specialist for evaluation.
Greater federal oversight of trucking, more stringent medical requirements for drivers included in NTSB’s annual Most Wanted list
The National Transportation Safety Board released its 2015 Most Wanted List of safety regulations this week, and included in list of 10 items are four items related to trucking and truck operators.
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Auto Hauler Supply Discounts just for AHAA members!
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Access to an online library of best practices for each sector in the industry including general management, maintenance, finance, and the drivers.
Opportunity to participate on select committees.
Networking opportunities and Exclusive invitations to Seminars, Conferences, and Exhibits.
Image Recognition Programs
Special write ups in newsletters and featured section of the website.
Driver Training Certifications
Become more competitive and receive insurance discounts.