The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s new Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) program is scheduled to be rolled out nationwide by the end of this year, replacing the current “SafeStat” system of tracking and evaluating trucking fleets' safety performance. The program introduces a new method of assembling safety performance data, of linking the performance of individual drivers and rigs to an evaluation of the whole fleet, and a new, graduated system of demerits and penalties.
International Paper’s Jeremy Jones will provide an overview and point to changes CSA may indicate in drivers’ and transportation managers’ responsibilities. Safety Consultant Darlene McDonald, who works with loggers and log truckers in Georgia, where CSA has been implemented on a pilot basis for the past year, will review compliance issues her clients have experienced and impacts CSA will have on business practices and personnel once the program rolls out nationwide. There will be ample time for questions at the end.
Who Should Attend:
October 25, 2010 3:00 PM Eastern
1 hour, 15 minutes
FRA Member Price: $35.00
Non-Member Price: $70.00