CVOR/Facility Audit Services
Facility Audit is one of the many ways by which MTO ensures that commercial vehicle operator’s comply with requirements for record keeping, exercise a control on driver and adhere to vehicle maintenance checks for better public road safety.
Your commercial vehicle may be subject to facility audit due to any of the following reasons:
A ‘risk-based’ approach is followed by the Ministry while evaluating the various elements which are deemed to cause commercial vehicle collision.
The 3 important factors that are considered during audits are:
The result of the audit is usually expressed as:
In the event where the carrier fails the audit, a ‘Conditional ’ safety rating is issued which remains attested to the vehicle for at least 6 months. Some charges and CVOR points may also be levied by the officer-in-charge which can increase the overall violation rate and insurance premiums.
In order to counter the charges and CVOR points and regain your ‘Satisfactory’ safety rating, you may seek the help of an experienced professional who can legal represent your company and assist in dealing with the inspector.
The amalgamation of experience and expertise of professionals at Vagans Inc., who are not only proficient in safety and compliance audits but are also licensed paralegals, can help you gain an edge while fighting for your rights.
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