OBCCTC Audits

How is a container defined for the purpose of the Container Trucking Legislation?

OBCCTC Decision #20/2016: The definition of a container is found it Section 1(1) the Regulation: “container” means a metal box furnished or approved by an ocean carrier for the marine transportation of goods.” Containers which are identified by a 4 letter identification codes consistent with containers, “furnished or approved by an ocean carrier for the [...]

How is a container defined for the purpose of the Container Trucking Legislation? 2017-09-01T16:51:53+00:00

Do licensees have to cooperate with OBCCTC auditors?

Licensees who are subject to an audit investigation are expected to give auditors their full and complete cooperation including meeting all deadlines, responding to all inquiries in a timely fashion, and providing all requested information. Licensees who fail to meet deadlines without a reasonable excuse, or who fail to properly respond to audit inquiries in [...]

Do licensees have to cooperate with OBCCTC auditors? 2017-09-01T16:51:10+00:00

What are the factors considered when assessing the size of a penalty?

OBCCTC Decision #21/2016: The administrative penalties made available under Section 34 of the Act and Section 28 of the Regulation are designed to encourage compliance with the Act and Regulation. Penalties are intended to have a general and specific deterrence purpose – that is, to protect drivers and to discourage non-compliance with the legislation. To [...]

What are the factors considered when assessing the size of a penalty? 2017-09-01T16:50:09+00:00