Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010

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The proposed national fuel economy and greenhouse gas reduction standards, electronic on-board recorders, CAT vocational trucks and a Hoover Dam bridge are among the trucking issues featured.

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Agency provides CSA test report to Congress

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration disclosed the 30-month field test of its Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 yielded positive results.

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Survey: Economy top issue facing trucking

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s new regulatory framework for evaluating carrier and driver safety is a close second to the economy.

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Exposed

A new program sheds intense light on driver crash and inspection records. For good drivers, safety equals bargaining power for pay.

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Data compliance service to expand

Hours of service information, overall safety scorecards and intervention workflow for at-risk drivers will be provided to carriers in a new partnership with data management firm Vigillo, Dallas-based Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. announced. The expanded service in safety and compliance data as mandated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Comprehensive Safety Analysis is expected to start in the fall. For details, go to ACS or Xerox.  

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CSA 2010 fact sheet available

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has created “CSA 2010: Just the Facts.”

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Trucker Webmasters

Drivers go online to provide entertainment, advocacy, business education and more.

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Carrier describes driver screening tool usage

The PSP report can help a carrier better identify an otherwise great driver’s problem areas and to focus initial training in particular areas.

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ATA exec praises CSA 2010

Rob Abbott speculated hours of service changes could include reduction in driving time, mandatory rest breaks and nighttime restrictions.

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CSA experience goes online

Motor carriers from five pilot states will discuss their experiences under Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010.

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