Virtual Compliance Reviews—Now What?

Another change since the pandemic started is the FMCSA conducting Compliance Reviews virtually. One of our clients received notification about a compliance review this week and they asked us to help with providing the documentation to the FMCSA, which we are happy to do!

During this webinar we cover what materials the compliance officer requested, how to respond to those requests, and how to prepare for a Compliance Review.

We Can Help With Compliance Reviews

We’ll help collect and organize requested documents, communicate with your staff, and guide you through the review process.

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