No matter what type of record of duty status method your drivers are required to use — ELDs, paper logs, or time records — you should periodically conduct manual audits of logs. While each log type shares some common audits, there are unique requirements for each that should be evaluated, including manual checks for:
- Non-compliance with hours-of-service (HOS) limits
- Form and manner mistakes
- Intentional falsification
- And more
In the J. J. Keller Log Audits Checklist, you get a detailed audit checklist with dozens of compliance checks for ELDs, paper logs, and time records (short-haul) that automated systems won't find.
Don't risk HOS violations at roadside inspections, an FMCSA audit, or litigation following a severe crash. Fill out the form to download your copy of the Log Audits Checklist today and talk with a compliance specialist about how Encompass® Platform can help you with hours-of-service!