Transportation Compliance and Safety Manager
Pay Scale: $19.00-23.00
Job Type: Full -Time
Dental and Health Benefits, Paid Vacation Time, PMLA
**Work with the fleet manager to insure that the company is compliant to the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Regulations as it applies to vehicle conditions, maintenance/repairs, record keeping.**
ELD Compliance: Ensure driver logs are correct, up to date, and signed.
-Logs issues, investigating, and correcting is applicable. Enroll new CDL hires into the ELD system (Saucon), and assist in training. Monitor and assign unidentified movements to the proper individual. Responsible for managing FMCSA compliance with ELD’s and Hours of Service (HOS) oversight.
-OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration): Ensure compliance to all regulations that apply to our facility i.e. office, warehouse, and grounds
-IFTA (International Fuel Tax Agreement) Ensure compliance of the record keeping requirements / prepare the quarterly fuel tax return.
-IRP (International Registration Plan): prepare the IRP mileage schedule and renew the apportion plate annually.2290 (FHVUT) Federal Heavy Vehicle Use Tax: Report the federal taxes on all apportioned vehicles with a weight of 55,000 pounds or more.
-Base Jurisdictional Plating: Prepare the necessary applications, and collect all the necessary documents to obtain the plates for all vehicles registered at 26,000 pounds or less, and 26001 pounds or more. Handle the registration and plating of all new vehicle purchases and addition to the insurance policy.
-Manage the Quarterly Random Drug Screening for Drivers.
Assist Human Resources on CDL driver hires, overseeing credential checks, pre-employment drug screening, MVR checks, Background checks, regulatory checks (PSP, Drug Clearing House checks). Responsible for handling the HOS paperwork for previous employers, creating complete audit files for DCL drivers; keep audit files up-to-date with required information (ex. driver license, DOT card, MVR, annual certifications). Add all new driver hires to the insurance policy and oversee road testing.
General Safety: Responsible for the general safety policies, programs, and procedures. Conduct monthly safety meetings, or more frequent if needed. Facilitate / conduct all safety training. Perform facility / workplace inspections.