Texas inspector named Grand Champion among North American inspectors

Reflecting national movement, Georgia’s inspection numbers fell in 2014, a result of continuing manpower issues as the state makes efforts to do more with less utilizing technology. Click here or through the image for more.
Reflecting national movement, Georgia’s inspection numbers fell in 2014, a result of continuing manpower issues as the state makes efforts to do more with less utilizing technology. Click here or through the image for more.

Texas Department of Public Safety commercial vehicle inspector Jeremy Usener was named Grand Champion at the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s North American Inspectors Championship (NAIC) on Aug. 18.

NAIC was held Aug. 14-18 in Columbus, Ohio, in a joint event with the American Trucking Associations’ National Truck Driving and Step Van Championships.

Usener was one of 52 inspectors from across North America competing in the event. All of the inspection categories were timed events, and the compilation of scores in those categories determined the Grand Champion.

On his way to earning top honors, Usener scored a first place in the Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Goods and Cargo Tank/Bulk Packagings Inspection category and third place in the Passenger Vehicle Inspection category.

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