This page displays each driver's egregious violation events for the selected depot and date range. Depot and date range are listed above the table.
An egregious violation event is an 11, 14, or 60/70 hour rule violation that is greater than 180 minutes in duration. This query lists individual events; it does not total the event durations for a driver in a day.
|Driver||The driver's last name, first name, [driver ID]|
|Total Logs||A log represents one driver day including all recorded driver activities from midnight to midnight. Total Logs includes off-duty log days, but does not include driver logs with no activity beyond 30 days.
The Total Logs number is the total number of logs this driver for the date range selected.
|% Logs in Vio.||The percent of the driver's Total Logs with at least one egregious violation during the date range selected. Value is calculated by dividing Total Logs by the number of logs with at least one egregious violation.
Note: This calculation does not use the Total count of this driver's egregious violations. For example, if this driver has two types of egregious violations on the same day, the count for the day in this calculation is one log violation.
|Driving -11hrs||The total number of this driver's 11-hour violation events that were greater than 180 minutes in duration.|
|Duty-14hrs||The total number of this driver's 14-hour violation events that were greater than 180 minutes in duration.|
|60/70||The total number of this driver's 60/70 hour violation events that were greater than 180 minutes in duration.|
|Total (column)||The combined total number of this driver's 11, 14, and 60/70 hour violation events that were greater than 180 minutes in duration.|
|TOTAL||Totals across the selected depot|
Click to export this data to Microsoft Excel.
Click a value in the table to display details about the violation event: violation type, duration, and event start time.
Click Back above the table to return to the list of egregious violations across depots and select a different depot to view or change the date range.
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