Thorough Safety Analysis CSA 2010 for CMV Drivers April 2010

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Far reaching Security Examination (CSA) 2010 for CMV Drivers April 2010. Presentation Plan. Foundation CSA 2010: The New Approach Today's Status and Next Steps What CSA 2010 Means for Drivers Every now and again Made inquiries. 2. CSA 2010 Foundation. FMCSA's Present Authorization Program.

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Exhaustive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010 for CMV Drivers April 2010

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Presentation Agenda Background CSA 2010: The New Approach Today's Status and Next Steps What CSA 2010 Means for Drivers Frequently Asked Questions 2

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CSA 2010 Background

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FMCSA's Current Enforcement Program SafeStat –measurement framework utilized today to decide the security execution of engine bearers Compliance Review Process –onsite audit of an engine transporter's operations Safety Ratings –result of the Compliance Review, Satisfactory, Conditional, or Unsatisfactory

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Limitations of Current Model Approximately 5,000 individuals killed every year More transporters than Federal/State Investigators FMCSA manages ~725,000 interstate and outside based truck and transport organizations Compliance Review (CR) is successful, yet it is work escalated – Only ready to reach < 2% (~12,000) of aggregate bearer populace yearly

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CSA 2010 The New Approach

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Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 What is CSA 2010? Enhances the proficiency and adequacy of FMCSA Reduces business engine vehicle (CMV) accidents, fatalities, and wounds.

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Why Change? 8

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Where does everything begin… 9

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The New Model CSA 2010 acquaints three new parts with FMCSA's authorization and consistence show: New Safety Measurement System (SMS) to supplant SafeStat New mediation procedure to increase consistence audits New way to deal with the Safety Fitness Determination (SFD) 10

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A New Operational Model (Op-Model)

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New Measurement System Assesses security of transporters and CMV drivers in view of hazardous practices that prompt to crashes Calculates wellbeing execution in light of 7 Behavior Analysis and Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs) Weights time and seriousness of infringement in view of connection to crash chance Uses crash records and all wellbeing based infringement found at roadside Measures bearer security execution Includes another device for use by Safety Investigators to evaluate driver security execution later on, estimation results will bolster future Safety Fitness Determinations Now in rulemaking; achievement of CSA 2010 not subject to lead

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New Measurement System –Driver Information All infringement check toward a transporter's score If got while driving for that bearer Only infringement inside the control of the driver (as considered by the Agency) number toward a driver's appraisal For instance: speeding, hours-of-administration infringement, and so on. Bearers can't see notable driver appraisals Carriers can just observe the infringement got while the driver was utilized by the driver's ebb and flow organization

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New Measurement System –Driver Information (cont'd) Individual driver evaluations are utilized by specialists amid transporter examinations just To distinguish drivers with wellbeing issues To organize driver test amid bearer examination To issue Notice of Violations/Notice of Claims to individual drivers in view of this driver examination as fitting SMS BASICs will supplant SafeStat Safety Evaluation Areas (SEAs) information sent to Roadside Inspectors Assist in deciding level of assessment North American Standard (NAS) Inspection method does not change

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New Interventions Process The New Interventions Process addresses the… WHAT Discovering infringement and characterizing the issue WHY Identifying the cause or where the procedures separated HOW Determining how to settle it/avert it through utilization of Safety Management Cycle and Safety Improvement Resources

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Safety Fitness Determination (SFD) SFD would: Incorporate on-street security execution by means of new SMS which is refreshed on a month to month premise Continue to incorporate significant wellbeing infringement found as a major aspect of CSA 2010 examinations Produce a bearer Safety Fitness Determination (SFD) of Unfit or Marginal or Continue Operation Draft rulemaking is as of now in survey inside DOT; NPRM anticipated that would be distributed in late 2010.

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Current Rating Process in CSA 2010 CSA 2010 fuses the current wellbeing rating process and will keep on doing so until SFD would go live: Drivers won't be evaluated Drivers won't confront any more suspension hazard later on than exists today

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CSA 2010 Today's Status and Next Steps

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CSA 2010 Operational Model Test Operational Model Test in 9 states: Began February 2008 Completion June 2010 Designed to test legitimacy, proficiency and viability of new model 20

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Preliminary Test Results So far, CSA 2010 is: Reaching its objective of reaching more bearers Research demonstrates more contacts equivalents enhanced security execution Resulting in solid requirement; like flow model Employing the full cluster of examinations Investigations in test states have been done in the accompanying extents Onsite Investigations – Comprehensive (~25%) Onsite Investigations – Focused (~45%) Offsite Investigations (~30%) 21

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Preliminary Test Results So far, CSA 2010 is: Following up with transporters: half of examinations result in one of taking after: Notice of Claim or Violation Cooperative Safety Plan Driver-Specific take after on exercises Notice of Violation Notice of Claim 22

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More Preliminary Results Warning letters are having a positive effect: Almost 5,000 sent Almost half of beneficiaries signed into view their information and wellbeing appraisals Feedback from test states show that a few transporters value the early ready 23

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Roll-Out Schedule Guiding Principles Integrate lessons-gained from 9-state test and input from national partner outreach Create a staged way to deal with deliberately step partners into new estimation framework (SMS): Drive industry to data on how they will be measured; encourage prompt wellbeing upgrades Build an establishment for authorization staff to comprehend and successfully use SMS by disguising ideas of practices and BASICs Maximize assets Respond to industry data needs Use new estimation framework to distinguish and organize transporters with security issues Train field staff in new mediation handle 24

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CSA 2010 Roll-out Schedule Spring through Fall 2010: National Data Review Carrier audit of infringement by BASIC and crash information (April) Carrier see of SMS results and wellbeing appraisal in BASICs (Summer) Fall through Winter 2010: SMS Replaces SafeStat FMCSA/States organize implementation with SMS results are accessible to industry/open Warning Letters are issued to bearers with insufficient BASICs Roadside overseers utilize SMS results to recognize bearers for assessment Apply scratch ideas from the operational model Safety Fitness Determination Rulemaking (NPRM-Winter 2010) 2011:   Interventions Implemented State-by-State Systematic presentation of new intercessions National preparing project to bolster new intercessions prepare

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What CSA 2010 Means to Drivers

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How Does This Impact Drivers? CSA 2010 puts more accentuation on drivers than the past authorization display: ALL infringement found amid Roadside Inspections check toward transporter and driver security estimation as indicated by vehicle or driver infringement sort. Essential data/scores will be sent to roadside reviewers as an apparatus in the choice of whether to investigate and what level to assess a particular CMV Roadside Inspectors will see transporter data/scores Roadside Inspectors won't see driver estimation data

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How Does This Impact Drivers? (cont'd) Safety Investigators will have the capacity to see the wellbeing execution history of drivers when they are directing a transporter examination This data is not accessible to bearers Assessment incorporates the whole history of the driver Assessment is an apparatus for agents to use in inspecting and to issue NOCs/NOVs to drivers in view of execution Drivers won't be evaluated (i.e. unfit) under CSA 2010

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Pre-work Screening Program (PSP) PSP was ordered by Congress under SAFETEA-LU PSP is not a piece of CSA 2010 "Driver Profiles" from FMCSA's Driver Information Resource (DIR) will be accessible to transporters through PSP Driver Profiles might be discharged with driver approval Drivers will have the capacity to acquire their own particular driver data record PSP is being worked on, more data can be found at 29

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What Can Drivers Do Now to Prepare? Know and take after wellbeing guidelines and directions CMV electronic driving tips can be found at

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What Can Drivers Do Now to Prepare? Turned out to be learned about the new BASICs and how FMCSA will survey security under CSA 2010 Review the SMS Methodology at Advocate for wellbeing among every single proficient driver 31

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What Can Drivers Do Now to Prepare? Gotten the message out about CSA 2010 and urge kindred drivers to : Check the CSA 2010 site for more data and updates at Maintain duplicates of assessment reports Become learned about businesses' security records by checking transporter wellbeing data at SafeStat on line ( 32

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Does CSA 2010 give FMCSA the specialist to put drivers out of work? No. CSA 2010 does NOT give the organization the expert to expel drivers from their employments. A change of that size would require rulemaking and no such exertion is in progress. Does CSA 2010 give FMCSA the specialist and procedures to rate drivers and renounce their CDLs? No. Driver appraisals are accessible to agents yet these are not used to rate drivers or potentially revok