CSA

Government, Business, Equipment, Safety

Trucking Attorney Offers Tips to Maintain Top CSA Scores

Officers performing roadside inspection Officers conduct a roadside inspection. At a recent legal conference, fleet executives were advised to keep proof of repairs for roadside inspection violations, (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration)

Although federal regulators are studying a possible change in the way motor carrier safety is measured, the Compliance Safety Accountability program is likely to remain in place, a trucking attorney told a group of industry executives.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
August 30, 2021
Technology, Safety, Logistics

Keeping CSA Scores in Check – The Safety Management Cycle

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Program Airred: June 24, 2021. Improving your CSA scores is an ongoing process that needs constant attention and monitoring across many areas of your business. The safety management cycle is used by authorities to assess your compliance performance and it should be used by carriers to ensure your processes are pointing towards keeping your CSA scores low. 

June 24, 2021
Business

Managing Your Fleet’s CSA Scores Through the Pandemic and Beyond

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COVID-19, civil unrest and a divisive election all made 2020 a challenging year. These events affected traffic patterns and enforcement activity, having serious consequences for the unprepared. With carrier CSA scores on the line, learn how these trends may affect your scores.

December 10, 2020
Safety

Unlocking a Fair Rate: Reduce Insurance with Effective Driver Management

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Insurance costs have been rising by double digits year-over-year, and with profit margins in the trucking industry averaging out at 5%, these cost increases are devastating. Learn from Hayden Cardiff, Founder/Co-CEO of Idelic, and Chris Vogel, Senior Vice President of Cottingham & Butler, Inc.,  as they discuss what insurance providers are really looking for.

June 25, 2020
Government, Business, Safety

CSA Turns 10, but Is It Making Trucking Safer?

Police lights According to Scopelitis Transportation Consulting's presentation of the latest comparable FMCSA data, the truck-involved fatal crash rate per 100 million miles traveled has grown from 1.14 in 2010 to 1.42 in 2017. (Getty Images)

It’s been a decade since the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration kicked off its Compliance, Safety, Accountability program aimed at assessing the safety of the nation’s motor carriers. Yet there are still some concerns about its benefits.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
February 6, 2020
Government, Business

Go Beyond Compliant

What does it take for drivers and assets to be worthy of your company’s name? After all, they represent your company in a highly visible way every day they are on the road as your moving billboards. Fleetworthy believes the only way to safeguard your business – and the public’s safety – is to operate at a higher standard. To insist on not just meeting the minimum standard requirements, but exceeding them.

June 30, 2018
Government, Safety

FMCSA Decides to Heed Advice of CSA Panel, Baffling Some Truckers

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A decision by federal trucking regulators to adopt sweeping recommendations of an elite academic panel’s study assessing the way truckers are safety-rated has been mostly well received by the industry; yet some truckers admit they are a bit baffled by the complex “item response theory,” or IRT, approach to revamp the federal Compliance, Safety, Accountability program.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
July 6, 2017