What generally happens in a typical Fleet Audit?
During the audit and assessment, an advisor will score fleets in over 500 areas. Those scores are then be compiled into a J. J. Keller Performance Rating system.
This tool is designed to measure a fleet’s risk exposure and performance against other fleets, their other locations, and their future progress.
Fleets will also be given a complete report of their diagnostic audit and assessment, details of the individual scores, recommendations for making short– and long-term improvements, and the guidance of J. J. Keller’s regulatory specialists.
What Keller Management says this fleet audit to improve compliance:
“This service will provide fleets with the greatest insight into how they can improve compliance, manage CSA scores, control insurance premiums, adopt industry best practices, and reduce accidents and liability. It’s the most advanced process for building a best-in-class safety and compliance program available.”