A review of company transportation records designed to identify regulatory violations, gaps in record keeping practices and assist with monitoring drivers and vehicles. The audit scope can be tailored to your needs, ranging from a single driver/vehicle up to a sampling of your choosing. Regardless of size, an overview report is provided for each file reviewed, outlining the record review findings.
After receiving a Safety Fitness Certificate, a new carrier will be required to undergo a New Carrier Compliance Review (NCCR) within 9 to 12 months of operation.
The NCCR must be completed by a certified third-party auditor and includes an assessment of the carrier's on-road performance and compliance with various regulatory requirements. Carriers that fail to complete the NCCR within 12 months of operation may have their Safety Fitness Certificate cancelled by Alberta Transportation until the NCCR is completed.
Members of our team are certified to complete the NCCR.
Undergoing a transportation audit or compliance review? We can help guide you through the process, understand the findings and work towards correcting areas of non-compliance.
A vehicle and/or driver inspection which mirrors an enforcement agency roadside inspection. Includes a one page form/report that identifies any regulatory violations, out-of-service conditions and driver daily inspection items found during the inspection.
An on-site measurement of your vehicle(s) to evaluate compliance with Ontario Weights and Dimensions requirements. This will identify if a vehicle or combination of vehicles are eligible for a Safe Productive Infrastructure Friendly (SPIF) designation, any weight grandfathering that may apply and if a vehicle may qualify for an extension permit.