- IMPORTACIONES Y DISTRIBUCIONES LATINA AMERICA GAMI SA DE CV
- Part A
- Part B - Questions and Answers
- Part B - Requirements and/or Recommendations
- Vehicle Inspection Reports
|Legal: IMPORTACIONES Y DISTRIBUCIONES LATINA AMERICA GAMI SA DE CV|
|Questions about this report or the Federal Motor Carrier Safety or Hazardous Materials regulations may be addressed to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration at:|
|This SAFETY AUDIT will be used to assess your safety compliance.|
|Part B - Questions and Answers|
Note: No Hazardous Materials questions were asked because the carrier does not carry Hazardous Materials in Interstate Commerce.
|Your Proposed Safety Audit Result is: PASS|
|Explanation of Scoring Methodology|
Result: Carrier has adequate basic safety management controls in place.
NOTE: Carrier has the right to request a review of this determination if there are factual or procedural disputes. Result: Carrier has adequate basic safety management controls in place.
HOW THE SA IS SCORED
FACTORS - The Federal Motor Carrier Safety and Federal Hazardous Material Regulations are categorized into six factors. Multiple questions address the various factors. The Part B Question & Answer Report lists the CFR section numbers related to each question.
CRITICAL/ACUTE - Questions are also defined as CRITICAL, ACUTE or neither depending on the significance of the underlying regulation. Questions are assigned a point value if they are incorrectly answered. Critical = 1 and Acute = 1.5. The point values are summed for each factor. Any factor with a point value of 3 or more is marked "FAILED".
OUT OF SERVICE (OOS) RATE - The Driver/Vehicle OOS rate is used in factor #4 as another question. If there have been more than three level 1, 2, or 5 North American Standard Inspections conducted over the past year, they will be summarized. If the summed OOS rate is over 34%, one additional point is assigned to that factor.
CRASH FACTOR - Carriers are defined as urban or non-urban in order to compensate for the higher crash risk of urban operations. Urban carriers are defined as those that operate within a 100 air-mile radius. The crash rate for a carrier is calculated as accidents per million miles traveled. Factor #6 is "FAILED" if the urban carrier crash rate exceeds 1.7 or the non-urban carrier crash rate exceeds 1.5.
OVERALL STATUS DETERMINATION - Any carrier with 3 or more "FAILED" factors is deemed to have failed the Safety Audit by having inadequate safety management controls in place to operate in the U.S.
|Part B Requirements and/or Recommendations|
|U.S.D.O.T/Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration|
Calexico Field Office
1778 Carr Road Suite 3A
Calexico, CA 92231
DATA CHALLENGES: https://dataqs.fmcsa.dot.gov
|Report Number: US1220140019|
Inspection Date: 01/15/2014
Start: 8:30 AM CT End: 9:27 AM CT
Inspection Levek: I-Full
HM Inspection Type: None
|Special Checks: PASA Inspection|