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On the Radio this Thursday: CSA 2010 Myths Dispelled!



June 08, 2010
Listen to FMCSA dispel myths about the CSA 2010 program this Thursday, June 10th on Land Line Now at 8 and 11 p.m. Eastern on Sirius XM Satellite Radio’s Road Dog Trucking channel, SIRIUS 147 and XM 171.

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May 28, 2010

New CSA 2010 Materials Now Available!

Did You Know?  Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 (CSA 2010) does not give FMCSA the authority to remove 175,000 drivers from their jobs and cannot be used to rate drivers or to revoke a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). FMCSA does not have the authority to take those actions. Only State agencies responsible for issuing licenses, CDL or otherwise, have the authority to suspend them. CSA 2010 does introduce a driver safety assessment tool to help enforcement staff evaluate drivers’ safety as part of motor carrier investigations.
 
This is just one of several facts explained in the new Just the Facts flyer. Just the Facts sets the records straight on the most common myths about the program.  More “Just the Facts” facts will be added in the coming weeks.
 
Several other new pieces of collateral material have also been added to the website. (Please note that the Data Review Supplemental Slides include animation.) ...Read More

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June 15, 2010

11,000+ Motor Carriers View CSA 2010 Safety Performance Data

 Motor Carriers, using their U.S. DOT number and PIN, have been able to review their safety performance data by the new Behavior Analysis and Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs) for just over two months now.  An average of 723 new Motor Carriers are logging in each week.  To date,  11,259 unique Motor Carriers have viewed their safety data by BASIC since the site launched on April 12th.  The Data Review area provides instructions on how to request FMCSA review of potentially erroneous data and, most important, guidance on how to improve compliance with safety regulations in order to increase safety on our Nation’s roads.  Please join us in spreading the word and encouraging all Motor Carriers to visit the CSA 2010 Web site to check their safety performance data today! ...Read More