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Title: Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010 Listening Session How CSA 2010 Affects Motor Carriers and Drivers December 10, 2009


1
Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA)
2010Listening SessionHow CSA 2010 Affects
Motor Carriers and DriversDecember 10, 2009
2
Welcome
  • Over 2200 locations participating
  • Over 400 advance comments and questions
  • From carriers, agencies, associations, and
    individuals
  • Covering about 20 major topics
  • Submit more comments and questions throughout the
    webcast
  • Type them in on the lower right of your computer
    screen and hit send
  • Technical difficulties? Call 1-866-260-4631 for
    live aid.

3
Anne Ferro, FMCSA Administrator
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Rose A. McMurray, FMCSA Acting Deputy
Administrator
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Presentation Agenda
  • Whats Changing?
  • Supplemental Agency Efforts
  • What Can Carriers do to Prepare?
  • What Can Drivers do to Prepare?
  • Responses to your comments and questions

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Presenters
Gary Woodford, Program Manager, CSA 2010
Bryan Price, Senior Transportation Specialist,
FMCSA
Steve Piwowarski, CSA 2010 Training Manager,
National Training Center
Mark Savage, Captain, Colorado State Patrol
Dan Meyer, Captain, Kansas Highway Patrol
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CSA 2010 Whats Changing?
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8
New Measurement System
  • Assesses safety of carriers and drivers based on
    unsafe behaviors that lead to crashes
  • Calculates safety performance based on 7 Behavior
    Analysis and Safety Improvement Categories
    (BASICs)
  • Weights time and severity of violations based on
    relation to crash risk
  • Uses crash records and all safety-based
    violations observed at roadside
  • Measures carrier safety performance with enhanced
    information available to investigators relative
    to individual driver performance
  • In the future, measurement scores would support
    future Safety Fitness Determinations (currently
    in rulemaking, initial rollout of CSA 2010 is not
    dependent on rule)

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9
New Agency Plans for Drivers
  • The new Carrier Measurement System provides
    internal tools, including enhanced information on
    individual drivers, to investigators to more
    effectively and efficiently conduct carrier
    investigations
  • Tools allow for targeted sampling using enhanced
    driver information
  • Follow up on serious violations
  • Under CSA 2010, individual drivers will not be
    assigned safety ratings or safety fitness
    determinations

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10
New Agency Plans for Drivers (contd)
  • Other Agency initiatives are underway, including
    the Pre-employment Screening Program (PSP)
  • PSP was mandated by Congress and is not a part of
    CSA 2010
  • Driver Profiles from FMCSAs Driver Information
    Resource (DIR) will be available to carriers
    through PSP
  • Driver Profiles will only be released with driver
    authorization

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New Interventions Process
  • The New Interventions Process addresses the
  • WHAT
  • Discovering violations anddefining the problem
  • WHY Identifying the cause or where the
    processes broke down
  • HOW Determining how to fix it/prevent it through
    use of Safety Management Cycle and Safety
    Improvement Resources

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12
Safety Management Cycle
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New Intervention Toolbox
  • New intervention tools reach more carriers and
    influence safety compliance earlier
  • CSA 2010 also introduces a new tool to warn
    carriers ahead of time if they have a safety
    problem
  • Warning Letters
  • CSA 2010 introduces three investigations types
  • Offsite Investigations
  • Onsite Investigations Focused
  • Onsite Investigations Comprehensive

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New Intervention Toolbox (contd)
  • CSA 2010 introduces additional follow-on
    corrective actions to increase carrier safety
    compliance
  • Cooperative Safety Plan (CSP)
  • Increased use of Notice of Violation (NOV)
  • CSA 2010 is strong on enforcement and continues
    to employ the use of
  • Notice of Claim (NOC)
  • Operations Out-of-Service Order (OOS)

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New Information Supplied to Roadside Inspectors
  • SMS BASICs will replace SafeStats Safety
    Evaluation Area (SEA) data sent to Roadside
    Inspectors
  • Assist in determining level of inspection
  • North American Standard (NAS) inspections do not
    change

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16
Supplementary Agency Efforts
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Roadside Data Uniformity
  • Data collected at the roadside is the foundation
    of all data driven traffic safety initiatives
  • CSA 2010 relies on roadside data in its SMS
    Methodology
  • The CSA 2010 SFD methodology would use roadside
    data as a component of safety fitness
    determinations

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Roadside Uniformity-Background
  • Effort organized into four core initiatives
  • Consistent documentation of roadside inspection
    and violation data
  • Standardized processes for challenging data
  • Increased awareness of high level goals of the
    inspection program
  • Good inspections can support systematic
    enforcement program
  • Screening vs. Inspection
  • Uniform inspection selection processes

19
FMCSA Data Quality
  • Quality data is key to CSA 2010 Operational Model
  • Comprehensive data quality program initiated over
    5 years ago
  • Current data is useful and meaningful
    improvements can always be made
  • DataQs Systems provides the public the
    opportunity to challenge the accuracy of state
    reported data (https//dataqs.fmcsa.dot.gov)

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20
FMCSAs Comprehensive State Data Quality Program
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21
State Data Quality Evaluation
  • Ongoing evaluation shows improvements in quality
    of state reported crash and inspection data

25-month Improvement (October 2009)
SSDQ Implemented (March 2004)
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Data Corrections (DataQs)
DataQs Data Challenges Feb 2004 Nov 2009
67,000 Data challenges filed (65 resulting in
data updates) 1,700 New challenges per
month 30,000 General public/motor carrier
registrations 870 new general public/motor
carrier registrations per month
23
CSA 2010 What Can Carriers do to Prepare?
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Educate Yourselves and Your Employees
  • Understand SMS Methodology
  • Understand the BASICs
  • Check the website for more information and
    updates (http//csa2010.fmcsa.dot.gov )
  • Raise drivers awareness that every inspection
    counts and every violation counts

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25
Review and Update Your Data
  • Ensure Motor Carrier Census (MCS-150 Form) is
    up-to-date and accurate
  • Routinely monitor and review inspection and crash
    data
  • Data currently available through FMCSAs Portal
  • Agency currently exploring option to give motor
    carriers the ability to review their safety data
    organized by BASIC prior to SMS launch more
    information will be available in early 2010
  • Question potentially incorrect data (DataQs)
  • Maintain copies of inspection reports and
    evidence related to any observed violations

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Examine Business Processes
  • Compare past violations to severity weightings
  • Know why your trucks are getting inspected
  • Understand where problem areas may exist by
    identifying trends or patterns
  • Implement policies and practices now to address
    problem areas

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27
CSA 2010 What Can Drivers do to Prepare?
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28
Recommended Driver Actions
  • Understand the BASICs and new methodology
  • Maintain copies of inspection reports
  • Become knowledgeable about employers safety
    records by checking carrier safety information at
    SafeStat on line
  • Know and follow safety rules and regulations
  • CMV web-based driving tips can be found at
    http//www.fmcsa.dot.gov/about/outreach/education/
    driverTips/index.htm
  • Check the CSA 2010 website for more information
    and updates (http//csa2010.fmcsa.dot.gov )

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29
In Summary
  • CSA 2010 will introduce new concepts to the motor
    carrier industry and to drivers
  • New measurement system
  • New intervention process
  • New information at roadside
  • The Agency has additional programs on-going that
    will benefit this data-driven operational model
  • Roadside Data Uniformity
  • Data Quality
  • There are many steps that motor carriers and
    drivers can take today to prepare for CSA 2010
    roll-out in the summer of 2010

30
Whats Next?
  • Provide us your feedback via the poll questions
    to follow
  • Visit the web site to find answers to your
    remaining questions
  • Search our frequently asked questions by key word
  • Review our fact sheets, brochures, briefings and
    the SMS methodology document
  • Look for a document in January that categorizes,
    consolidates and answers many Listening Session
    questions
  • If you still have a question, please send it to
    us through the feedback link on the web site!

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Responses to Participants Questions and Comments
Steve Piwowarski, CSA 2010 Training Manager,
National Training Center
Bryan Price, Senior Transportation Specialist,
FMCSA
Chris Ryan, Facilitator
Dan Meyer, Captain, Kansas Highway Patrol
Mark Savage, Captain, Colorado State Patrol
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