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The Truth About DVIRs: The Key to Road Ready Equipment
The Driver Vehicle Inspection Report, or DVIR, submission process is fast and easy and offers a simple way to identify damages at the in-gate so the equipment can be inspected and repaired. It also is a regulatory requirement. Unfortunately, in practice, very few of actual damages are reported by drivers on DVIRs.
The FMCSA joins IANA’s Intermodal Chassis Driver Vehicle Inspection Reporting Standards Task Force to discuss the role that DVIRs play in improving road-ready intermodal equipment, the consequences of not completing them, examine common misconceptions, and review results of the driver study, video and informational card the task force has developed to improve driver awareness.
- Review results of the DVIR driver study conducted by IANA
- Discuss the role DVIRs play in improving road ready intermodal equipment
- Examine common misconceptions about DVIRs
- Review IANA developed tools to improve driver awareness
- Discuss how to engage drivers and increase DVIR submission
Overview of IANA’s BOES Application — for Intermodal Equipment Providers, Facility Operators and Maintenance & Repair Vendors
IANA’s Bad Order Equipment Status Service — BOES — provides a clearinghouse for equipment status information (bad order, gate hold, release) that allows for standardization of data communication formats, simplification of operating system interconnectivity and streamlining of trading partner information for all subscribers related to bad order equipment. This webinar will walk IEPs, Facility Operators and Maintenance and Repair Vendors through the features and functionalities of the BOES application to show how it can be used as an industry tool for ensuring a road ready chassis.
Overview of Enhancements to BOES and GIER — for Intermodal Equipment Providers
IANA’s Bad Order Equipment Status Service — BOES — provides a clearinghouse for equipment status information (bad order, gate hold, release) that allows for standardization of data communication formats, simplification of operating system interconnectivity and streamlining of trading partner information for all subscribers related to bad order equipment. The Global Intermodal Equipment Registry — GIER — offers a virtual technology solution to meet the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations requiring the identification of intermodal equipment and the intermodal equipment provider responsible for maintenance and repair of that equipment. This webinar will provide attendees with an overview of recent enhancements to both of these programs.
Intermodal Data Analytics for Brakes, Lights & Tires Optimization
In reviewing Roadside Inspection data for intermodal equipment, the most often cited violations include brakes, lights and tires. IANA’s Maintenance and Repair Committee continues to produce a high-level analysis of the FMCSA data for members, which also can be viewed in Intermodal Insights. This webinar will explore what data that is available, different methods of analysis, and how to use the results to be more proactive to enhance safety and maintenance & repair operations.
- Discuss what data is available
- Identify methods of data analysis
- Examine analytics-aided purchasing, maintenance, and repair programs
- Cliff Creech, Group Manager, Intermodal Maintenance & Contracts, Norfolk Southern Corporation
- Steve Bryan, President, Vigillo, A SambaSafety Company
- Ronnie Holland, Director, Safety, TCW
- Tim Smith, VP, Safety, Hub Group Trucking
Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics: 2017 Mid-year Update
Every quarter IANA delivers a comprehensive review of the intermodal freight industry by equipment and corridor in its Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics Report. Coupled with IMC loads and revenue numbers, as well as trucking industry results, this report offers invaluable insights into current intermodal market performance and examines key long term-trends.
Join Pat Casey, Vice President, Fleet Management at TTX Company, Edgar Gutierrez, Director of Market Development, TTX Co. and Peter Wolff, Director, Market Development at TTX Company as they discuss the financial results from the second quarter of 2017, examine what the numbers mean and help explain how you can use the Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics Report in your business today.
ELDs and Intermodal Implementation: What Draymen Need to Know to be Ready
As of December 18th, 2017, all motor carriers will need to be in compliance with FMCSA’s new electronic logging device (ELD) regulations. There are certain exceptions to the rule, most notably the 100-air-mile radius exemption, but how will these actually affect intermodal draymen? No two intermodal motor carriers are the same, so there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Join our experts as we discuss the fundamentals of the forthcoming ELD requirements, identify potential challenges and opportunities the rule presents and review an action plan to prepare for compliance.
Motor Carriers, UIIA participants, Suppliers
- Discuss the fundamentals of the forthcoming ELD requirements as they relate to intermodal
- Identify potential challenges and opportunities the rule presents
- Review an action plan to prepare for compliance
- Fred Fakkema, Vice President, Compliance, Zonar Systems
- Joe DeLorenzo, Director, Office of Enforcement and Compliance, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
Innovative Approaches to Driver Recruitment (Part of the Behind the Wheel Webinar Series)
Intermodal drivers are an essential link in the global and domestic supply chains, providing the first and last mile service for every load. A healthy and vibrant intermodal network depends upon an adequate and ready supply of drayage drivers. Intermodal offers an attractive alternative to other forms of trucking, with appealing attributes such as more predictable schedules and shorter travel distances. What are some innovative ways to recruit drivers? Join us as our experts identify current driver recruiting and retention trends, explore innovative driver recruiting techniques and discuss building a well-rounded recruiting program.
- Identify current driver recruiting and retention trends
- Explore innovative driver recruiting techniques
- Discuss building a well-rounded recruiting program
- Tim Hindes, CEO, Stay Metrics
- Ken Miller, VP Operations, JB Hunt Intermodal
- Priscilla Peters, VP Marketing & Training, Conversion Interactive Agency
- Ellen Voie, President/CEO, Women in Trucking
Overview of DVER Application and Enhancements — Roadside Enforcement Personnel
IANA’s Driver Vehicle Examination Report Service (DVER) provides Intermodal Equipment Providers (IEPs) and Motor Carriers (MC) with paperless DVER access, retrieval and storage to assist with roadability compliance requirements. As a DVER subscriber, Motor Carriers and Intermodal Equipment Providers will receive a copy of any DVER associated with US DOT Number should your driver neglect to supply a copy to you. DVER delivery is available via e-mail, XML or via API.
Veterans and the Intermodal Work Force of the Future: Recruiting and Retaining Our Veterans
While veteran unemployment rates remain below the national average, roughly 200,000 service members transition out of the armed services every year. These veterans bring a wealth of skill and experience to the civilian workforce — including training, discipline, professionalism, and self-reliance. How can the intermodal supply chain attract these highly-qualified individuals?
Are You Prepared? Understanding the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food Rules and the Potential Risks
As of April 6, 2017, the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food rule will go into effect. Companies that ship, arrange for, move and receive food through the supply chain will need to meet new regulatory requirements. Our experts will present an overview of the FSMA and the sanitary food transportation rule, review risks for both shippers and carriers, discuss real-world scenarios and take your questions.
Intermodal 101: Getting Started in Intermodal
With truckload capacity projected to decrease and costs on the rise, there has never been a better time to look to intermodal shipping for a dependable solution. As a logistics provider looking to deliver scalability and flexibility to your customers, intermodal simply makes sense.
Take Advantage of the Benefits of IANA’s Street Interchange Application
Addressing an industry need for streamlined exchange of intermodal equipment among motor carriers, IANA developed an online platform that facilitates what are commonly referred to as “street interchanges” and “street turns.” The Street Interchange Application brings a standard industry solution to existing practices and integrates with the UIIA, as administered by IANA.
Introduction of GIER Enhancements
Based on requests from GIER Subscribers and industry stakeholders of the IANA’s Information Service Advisory Group, several new features were recently developed to add functionality to the GIER application.
Overview New UIIA Features and Enhancements — UIIA EP Session
IANA has developed several new features within its UIIA and Street Interchange applications that will offer expanded functionalities to UIIA Equipment Providers.
Overview New UIIA Features and Enhancements — UIIA Motor Carrier Session
IANA has developed several new features within its UIIA and Street Interchange applications that will offer expanded functionalities to Motor Carriers.