2018 CVSA Roadcheck to Focus on Hours-of-service Compliance

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) annual International Roadcheck will run June 5-7, 2018. During the International Roadcheck, inspectors will conduct the North American Standard Level I Inspection, a 37-step procedure that includes an examination of both driver operating requirements and vehicle mechanical fitness. This year’s blitz will place a special emphasis on hours-of-service compliance.…

Get Ready – Hurricane Preparedness!

National Hurricane Preparedness Week was May 6th-12th. Be sure that you are prepared for a hurricane before a destructive storm hits! The National Weather Service provides helpful info to ensure you take the right steps: Determine Your Risk – http://weather.gov/hurricanesafety Develop an Evacuation Plan – http://flash.org/hurricane-season/evacuation-zones/find-your-evacuation-zones.pdf Assemble Disaster Supplies – https://www.ready.gov/kit Get an Insurance Checkup – https://www.deeleyinsurance.com/.…

April Showers Can Cause Water Damage

April showers bring May flowers, but they can also bring rainstorms that can cause flood damage to your property! Be sure to take the proper steps to protect your property. Check out FEMA’s “How to Prepare for a Flood,” which includes flood basics, info on emergency notifications and how to protect yourself before, during and…

Conducting a Condo or HOA Site Inspection

Regular property inspections are an important part of managing condominium or homeowners association (HOA) risks. Thorough inspections increase the safety and well-being of homeowners, protect property values, and reduce the risk of costly repairs and lawsuits. Why should HOAs conduct regular inspections? Conducting inspections regularly keeps an HOA on top of security risks, as well…