Certify your ELD logs

This article describes how to view uncertified logs, how to certify your logs from the Status Log screen or from an alert, and how to re-certified logs.

Note:

  • As per regulations, we recommend that you certify your logs daily.
  • Your administrator can make changes to your logs only if you have certified your logs.

 

View uncertified logs

The app alerts you to uncertified logs. To view these logs:

  1. In the app header, tap the alerts icon:
    CERTIFY6.png

  2. Select UNCERTIFIED LOGS. A list of uncertified logs is displayed:
    CERTIFY7.png

 

Certify your logs from the Status Log screen

On the Status Log screen, you can view and certify logs from the previous six months.

  1. In the navigation bar, in the lower part of the screen, tap Logs. The following screen is displayed:CERTIFY1.png

  2. The yellow CERTIFY button appears only for dates that are uncertified or that you have edited.
  3. To change the displayed date, tap the calendar icon :
    CERTIFY2.png

    Select the date you want to view.
  4. If that date has uncertified logs, tap CERTIFY.
  5. In the Certify [Date] box, enter a comment. Tap AGREE.
  6. In the confirmation box, tap OK.CERTIFY3.png

After certifying a log, the yellow CERTIFY button disappears and the green status Certified is displayed.

CERTIFY4.png

If you have uncertified logs, the dates with the uncertified logs are indicated on the calendar in red:

CERTIFY5.png

 

Certify logs from alerts

The app alerts you to uncertified logs. To certify these logs:

  1. In the app header, tap the alerts icon :
    CERTIFY6.png

  2. Select UNCERTIFIED LOGS. A list of uncertified logs is displayed:CERTIFY7.png

  3. To certify a log, tap SIGN LOG.
  4. In the Certify [Date] box, enter a comment. Tap Agree.
  5. In the confirmation box, tap OK.

To review a log before certifying it, tap REVIEW LOG in the list of uncertified logs. The Status Log screen is displayed.

 

Re-certify a log

If any changes are made to a log entry, you must re-certify it.

You re-certify logs in the same way that you certify logs. However, you must enter a comment when you re-certify logs.

 


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