SambaSafety will now incorporate both CSA and MVR data into its Qorta monitoring platform, the company says.
According to SambaSafety, Qorta allows safety managers can stay ahead of new roadside inspections and violations through near-real-time information summarized via carrier and driver scorecards. Also enabled is a preview of Qorta’s CSA IRT model, mandated by the FAST Act. Planned for release this year, the model utilizes Item Response Theory (IRT) methodology to measure a motor carrier’s safety culture with a single score, the company says.
SambaSafety says Qorta’s monitoring solution, Q Transportation, offers the ability to continuously monitor drivers for violations, license status, medical certifications and endorsements, on- or off-duty, or in company or personal vehicles.