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Trucksafe Consulting

Trucking attorneys launch Trucksafe Consulting

July 2, 2021
The educational DOT compliance firm is focused on modernizing regulatory consulting and training for carriers as well as drivers.

Trucksafe Consulting has launched compliance and training services to help trucking companies of all sizes navigate complex DOT regulations, highway safety issues, and driver retention.

Through personalized, focused safety and compliance consulting, as well as a comprehensive library of on-demand educational and training videos via its Trucksafe Academy, Trucksafe’s partnership-based approach is meant to give fleets of all sizes, from single-truck owner-operators to enterprise carriers, a modern solution to ensure safety of their drivers and fleet—and to avoid expensive and unnecessary DOT audits and citations.

“There’s been a gap in DOT training for too long when it comes to comprehensive regulatory training—as opposed to defensive driving or workforce safety—for safety managers and drivers,” said Brandon Wiseman, president and founder of Trucksafe Consulting. “We’re not out to be another large, faceless consulting corporation. We want to meet carriers where they are and provide them with a tailored and modern solution that works best for their fleet and their personnel to keep them compliant and out of the crosshairs of the DOT and plaintiffs’ bar.”

According to Trucksafe Consulting, the company’s mission is to help motor carriers earn and maintain Satisfactory safety ratings, improve CSA scores and SMS rankings, and bolster fleets’ ability to manage and train drivers, dispatchers, and safety managers. By achieving those goals, it’s the firm’s mission that trucking companies can ensure a good working relationship with shipper and broker customers, avoid being targeted for DOT audits, reduce driver turnover, reduce the likelihood of facing “nuclear” court verdicts, and keep climbing insurance costs in check.

“Our goal is to help fleets develop state-of-the-art safety programs to avoid violations that can lead to Conditional and Unsatisfactory safety ratings, keep their trucks running by warding off out-of-service orders, save them the time and money in dealing with DOT enforcement—and most importantly, to make U.S. highways safer for fleets, truck drivers, and the public at large,” added Wiseman.

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