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Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) in a Nutshell (TNS450N)

Presented By : Mark Dixon
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Pre Recorded Webinar
60 minutes
  •  Thu, April 9, 2015
Event Description
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Get Insights on the "7 Basic" Evaluation, Intervention, Data Management and Overall Operational Model of the FMCSA's CSA Program

Driver safety performance tracking are more important than ever and your performance affects your carrier's record. Field Administrators, State partners, Division Administrators, Safety Investigators, Roadside Inspectors, and everyone who back them up are essential participants in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA's) Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program to reduce motor vehicle crashes, injuries, and fatalities. Safety is good practice and good business for all.

Insurance industry, and other freight industries and related fields are interested to improve the safety of commercial motor vehicles. CSA builds on FMCSA's former processes for assessing and improving the safety performance of motor carriers and drivers through the new Safety Measurement System and a new suite of tools. These tools have more efficient and focused interventions, which include an enhanced CR, which are tailor-made to address the specific problems.

This webinar by expert speaker Mark Dixon will cover the "7 Basics", evaluation, intervention, data management, and the overall operational model of the CSA program.

There are three components in the new CSA Operational model. They are measuring the safety performance, using crash results and inspections to find out which carriers' behavior led to these crashes. CSA also actively helps FMCSA and the State Partners in setting the high-risk behavior right, as well as determine a new methodology in safety fitness. CSA also covers a whole range of safety issues, including how to collect data, evaluate it and sharing on how enforcement officials can effectively intervene to improve on-road safety.

Points to be covered in the Session:

  • The compliance and safety programs of FMCSA compliance are used to improve and promote the safety of truckers and save more lives. However, the agency resources which are present for the efforts are pretty constant till now, despite the increase in additional programmatic responsibilities as well as regulated population. Due to these kinds of constraints, FMCSA has found out various limitations on unsafe behavior as well as measuring safety, which once identified, are corrected. FMCSA's former compliance review (CR) program was resource-intensive and reached only a very few motor carriers – due to which it became increasingly difficult to go forward with motor carrier safety using the already existing tools.
  • Onsite CRs will determine the requirement of a motor carrier's safety fitness which takes an average of 3-4 days to complete. FMCSA, at program staffing levels, could do their CRs only on a very little number of existing 700,000 active interstate motor carriers.
  • FMCSA's former system used to measure safety performance was SafeStat. Though effective, it got safety problems together in identifying carriers for getting a one size fit for all CR. It also didn't focus on the behaviors which cause crashes.
  • FMCSAs former processes are used by CSA to build and improve motor carriers' safety performance with the help of new Safety Management System and new tools set. That includes an enhanced CR, plus is also more efficient and focused and uses interventions which are customized to address problems.

Key Takeaways:

The 7 basic evaluation, intervention, data management, and the overall operational model of the CSA program.

  • Hours of Service Compliance
  • Driver Fitness
  • Controlled Substances/Alcohol
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Crash Indicator
  • Unsafe Driving
  • Hazardous Materials

Who Should Attend

  • Commercial motor vehicle owner-operators
  • Fleet managers
  • Fleet owners
  • Trucking company safety managers
  • Operations management
  • Drivers
  • Station Manager
About Our Speaker(s)

Mark Dixon, Transportation ExpertMark Dixon
In 1990, after a successful career in Sales and Sales Management, Mark Dixon changed gears. He left the rat race, dog eat dog world of the sales arena, went to truck driving school, attained a Class A CDL License, and hit the freedom of the open road as an 'Over the Road' truck driver. His children were growing taller,... More info

 
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