Understanding HOS data

A new management service has been launched to assist fleets with understanding the data associated with electronic hours-of-service (HOS) reporting and compliance

A new management service has been launched to assist fleets with understanding the data associated with electronic hours-of-service (HOS) reporting and compliance.

The Electronic Hours of Service Data Management Service, from J.J. Keller & Associates, helps carriers to understand the data and improve their HOS compliance. E-Log data is downloaded from the carrier’s onboard technology system into the new system, where it is reviewed by Keller’s compliance experts, the company said.

“Companies are continuing to invest in onboard technology for many reasons, including the pending regulations pointing to a mandate for hours-of-service (HOS) monitoring,” said Rustin Keller, vice president of business services. “This new service offering is simply an extension of what J. J. Keller has been doing for nearly 60 years - helping companies with their overall compliance programs by taking their data, analyzing it in a timely manner, and helping to reduce their liability and exposure due to known compliance deficiencies.”

The goal of the service, Keller said, is to help fleets understand a mountain of data obtained from electronic logging devices such as log violations, and to develop a plan that can uncover trends and proactive planning.

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