What is the New Entrant Safety Audit?
After you’ve applied for and received operating authority, your company will be in the New Entrant Safety Assurance Program. The New Entrant Period is 18 months and during the first 12 months of this period, your company must pass a safety audit performed by a certified U.S. federal safety investigator, or state or provincial enforcement officer.
When should I schedule my safety audit?
The FMCSA will mail you a letter with instructions on how to schedule your audit. Once you’ve been notified, you have 90 days to schedule it.
What does the safety audit cover?
What happens after the safety audit?
The auditor will review the findings and issue a pass or fail rating. If your company fails the safety audit, you should submit a corrective action plan to fix any safety violations. If you fail to do so, your company could be placed out of service otherwise.
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