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Zonar E-logs Training Manual

posted Dec 5, 2017, 2:12 PM by Ivan Cronick

Here is a complete training manual of everything you need to know about the E-logs we have installed

Zonar ELD Training - Entering Trailer and Load Details

posted Nov 27, 2017, 2:23 PM by Ivan Cronick   [ updated Nov 27, 2017, 2:39 PM ]

Here is some additional information on how to enter your trailer and load detail in Zonar. Please call if you have any questions.

Zonar ELD Quick Guide

posted Sep 25, 2017, 3:55 PM by Ivan Cronick

Here are the basics of the Zonar ELD that we are currently installing. 

Thank you for your patience as we make this transition.  Those of you who I have talked to have been very helpful with your questions.  Please, feel free to continue asking.  Ivan and Jeremy will be in each region soon to train on the Zonar ELDs.  We will let you know when they will be near you.

 

Electronic Logging Device Update

posted Aug 31, 2017, 1:23 PM by Ivan Cronick

We recently received everything we need to start installing E-logs into our trucks. We are shooting to have them all installed and have everyone trained not later than the end of October. If you have not been trained and you see one in the truck you are assigned you do not need to worry them. If you have been trained then please start using them. 

Here are a couple links with material on the Zonar E-log system. Please take a look around at the videos and training material. Further instructions will follow as we get them installed. Please call Ivan if you have any questions. Thanks.



Mandatory Driver Training

posted Nov 25, 2016, 11:28 AM by Ivan Cronick   [ updated Nov 29, 2016, 11:33 AM ]

Every driver for Lanier Brugh will be required to watch these videos and certify that they have done so. If you have any questions please call dispatch and they can direct your questions appropriately.  Once completed sign the certification and return it to Dispatch. 

Please Click on the links below:



Important!!!! CFN Fueling Memo

posted Jul 24, 2015, 10:35 AM by Ivan Cronick

At the pump after you put in your PIN when it asks for your mileage we need you to instead put in your trip number. 

No mileage. Just trip number. 

Most places also have a third prompt labeled MISC. Please fill in your tractor #.

Mileage = Trip #
MISC = Tractor #

Attention Drivers - - Know the Facts…Be Prepared

posted Sep 9, 2011, 9:20 AM by Ivan Cronick

Did You Know?

  • The data kept by a State (i.e. tickets, citations, written warnings, convictions) and the data that is kept in the SMS (i.e. violations from roadside inspection and crash reports) are separate.
  • Carriers do not inherit any of a newly hired driver’s past violations. Only those inspections that a driver receives while driving under a carrier’s authority can be applied to a carrier’s Safety Measurement System (SMS) record.
  • CSA does not give FMCSA the authority to remove drivers from their jobs and cannot be used to rate drivers or to revoke a commercial driver’s license (CDL).

These are just a few of several facts explained in the CSA Just the Facts flyer. Just the Facts sets the records straight on the most common myths about the CSA program.
 
Know the Facts…Be Prepared

FMCSA’s Proposed Hours of Service Changes

posted Jan 28, 2011, 2:13 PM by Ivan Cronick

The American Trucking Association (ATA) is launching an aggressive campaign in response to the Obama Administration's attempt to replace proven and safe hours of service with a complex, restrictive set of unproven rules that would reduce industry productivity and cause adverse safety consequences. As part of the campaign, ATA is urging trucking companies to engage their drivers, educate them on the proposed changes, and strongly encourage them to submit their written objections to FMCSA as soon as possible but no later than February 28, 2011.

 

To help carriers and drivers with this task, ATA has included the following on the SafeDriverHours.com website:

  1. A summary of the proposed HOS changes to help educate drivers, found by clicking here.
     
  2. An easy to read chart comparing the proposed changes to the current HOS rules to help educate drivers, found here.  
     
  3. Talking points for drivers, a template to help drivers draft their thoughts, and easy instructions for drivers on how to send their comments to FMCSA, found by clicking here.

OTA will also be addressing these changes in upcoming training and informational sessions. Please see more information in the OTA events section.

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