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CSA 2010 outreach activities in full swing in September!



September 30, 2009

September has been an active month for CSA 2010 communication and outreach activities.
 
Some of the highlights from this month:

  • CSA 2010 Operational Model test representatives participated in a panel discussion at the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s fall conference in Baltimore, Maryland 
  • Operational Model Test Division Administrators hosted 3 interactive webinars for their non-test state peers
  • CSA 2010 representatives introduced the new approach to organizations such as:
    • National Private Truck Council 
    • North American Transportation Services Association 
    • Several state-level trucking associations 
       

Similar events are planned in October and November.  Stay tuned!


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