HOS Violations Report

HOSicon3    In Depot, go to Reports / Driver / HOS Violations.

Use the HOS (Hours of Service) Violations Report to view HOS violations, correct and train drivers on violations within a specific period, and watch for trends over time. You can download and print a copy for a driver. If you see the same violations consistently, there is an opportunity to implement safety and compliance training. Time calculations in the report are based on the driver's Home Terminal time zone. 

Setting up your Report View

Select what criteria you want to view. The filter options are located at the top of the page. 

  1. Select drivers to view. View all drivers, drivers within a specific Home Terminal, or search and select an individual driver.
  2. Select a work period or a date range.
  3. The default, Hide Details, displays drivers and violations, or click Show Details to see the specific details of each violation.  

Understanding the Report

The HOS Violations Report follows the Interstate ruleset. If Hide Details is selected, the total number of each type of violation is summarized. If the Show Details option is selected, you can view each violation offense in detail. If a specific violation end time is blank, the violation is active and has not ended. 

NOTE:  Any edits to the driver logs are reflected in the HOS Violations Report after the driver has approved the edits.

The following violations are addressed:

30 min Break  A driver drove more than 8 consecutive hours since the last 30 minute break. Breaks in ELD are defined as Sleeper Berth (SB) and/or Off Duty (OFF) events.
14 Hr

A driver may drive only during a period of 14 consecutive hours after coming on duty following 10 consecutive hours off duty . The driver may not drive after the end of the 14-consecutive-hour period without first taking 10 consecutive hours off duty. If 

The off duty status includes consecutive time spent in duty status SB, OFF or combo of consecutive time spent in SB and OFF.  If they do, they will receive a 14hr Driving Window Violation. 

11 Hr A driver drove more than 11 hours within a 14 hour driving window.
60/70 Duty Break
(Duty Period)
A driver drove more than 60 hours within 7 consecutive days, or 70 hours within 8 consecutive days. A combination of On Duty (On) and Driving (D) events combined.
   

Downloading or Scheduling the Report 

spanner5 Use the Tools menu, located at the upper right of the Depot page to select an option to download, email or schedule to receive this report on a regular basis. Use Export to download the report to your computer.  

To schedule a report:
  1. Enter a name for the report or use the default.
  2. Select how often you want to receive the report (one-time, daily, weekly).
  3. Select how long in the future you want to receive regular reports.
  4. Select a file type.
  5. Click Add to begin regular report delivery.