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The FMCSA ELD mandate will officially be enforced on December 18th and it will impact every shipper in the United States both directly and indirectly. The wide ranging effects of the federal coercion rule have caused confusion on how a shipper can be be help liable for the actions of a carrier. Additionally, shippers need to be prepared to optimize their operations for when capacity is constrained due to the new mandate. Arrive Logistics and compliance expert John Seidl have the answers you need.
✓✔ What the ELD Mandate is and how it applies to you ✓✔ Which Federal transportation regulations will affect your business and capacity ✓✔ How the federal coercion rule can create liability for a shipper ✓✔ Specific nuances of the mandate and necessary steps to protect yourself ✓✔ What practices to adopt as a shipper & consignees to thrive in the new environment
John Seidl has over 20 years of experience specializing in FMCSA regulation and is the authority on their effect to both shippers and carriers. As a member of the ELD National Implementation Team, John selected and trained the persons who wrote the ELD rule. For over a decade John was a Wisconsin State Patrol Inspector conducting roadside inspections before he was hired by the FMCSA as a motor carrier investigator. John conducted over 350 roadside inspections over a 10 year span all of which pertained to ELDs and was awarded the 2011 and 2012 FMCSA Investigator of the year for those efforts. Today, John owns J Seidl Consulting Services, providing guidance to reduce liability regarding federal transportation regulations.
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