Reduce Your ISS Score

Reduce your ISS score to improve your bottom line

When you make driver and fleet safety a top priority, you can reduce your Inspection Selection System (ISS) score and reap valuable business benefits.

High ISS scores mean more roadside inspections – more downtime, disruption and delays. When you take action to improve driver and fleet safety, you can reduce your ISS score and avoid being pulled in. Your drivers will appreciate fewer delays. Your customers will appreciate your reliability. And insurance carriers will be eager to compete for your business.

HUB International has compiled a comprehensive collection of actions you can take to address the seven Behavior Analysis and Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs) set out by the FMCSA – actions that can reduce your ISS score and make your company more attractive to drivers, customers and insurers.

It’s all in Keep Your Drivers Safe on the Road, the second volume of HUB’s Transportation Industry Guide series. Download it here and visit HUB's online resource center to discover more of the what you can do to:

  • Put driver and fleet safety at the center of your business
  • Avoid the high cost of the lessons learned by other transportation companies
  • Use employee benefits to help attract and retain good drivers

HUB International is one of the nation’s largest insurance brokers specializing in the trucking industry. They’re always sharing timely information to help you address the challenges you face, so when you visit the resource center, be sure to subscribe to updates from HUB.

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