Top 20 Cargo Securement OOS Violations [2014]

The top 20 cargo securement OOS violations represent over 80% of the total violations relating to cargo control. These account for around 13% of all OOS violations and are also one of the easiest to avoid.

Cargo securement violations are the 4th most common violations leading to vehicles being placed out-of-service (OOS).

Top 20 Cargo Securement OOS Violations [2014]

Rank Violation Code Violation Description % of OOS Cargo Violations
1 392.9A2 Failing To Secure Vehicle Equipment 14%
2 393.100A Failing To Load/Equip Vehicle To Prevent Load Shifting/Falling 12%
3 393.100B Leaking/Spilling/Blowing/Falling Cargo 10%
4 393.110B Insufficient Tiedowns; Without Headerboard/Blocking 8%
5 392.9A Failing To Secure Load 7%
6 393.104F3 Loose/Unfastened Tiedown 6%
7 393.130 No/Improper Heavy Vehicle/Machine Securement 5%
8 393.104B Damaged Securement System/Tiedowns 5%
9 392.9A1 Failing To Secure Cargo/§§ 393.100-393.136 4%
10 392.9 Driver Load Secure 3%
11 393.100 No Or Improper Load Securement 2%
12 393.134B3 Rear Of Container Not Properly Secured 2%
13 393.126 Fail To Ensure Intermodal Container Secured 2%
14 393.100C Failure To Prevent Cargo Shifting 2%
15 393.134 No/Improper Securement Of Roll/Hook Container 2%
16 393.128B1 Vehicle Not Secured—Front And Rear 1%
17 393.116 No/Improper Securement Of Logs 1%
18 393.110 Failing To Meet Minimum Tiedown Requirements 1%
19 393.106B Cargo Not Immobilized Or Secured 1%
20 393.110C Insufficient Tiedowns; With Headerboard/Blocking 1%

This information is from International Roacheck (CVSA) and was from the calendar year of 2014. Cargo control was the “special focus” of that year, and is why this data is more thorough. 2015 and 2016 data is not as detailed for cargo securement violations.

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