Breaking News From NTA:
FMCSA DELAYS CSA 2010 IMPLEMENTATION TO 2011
Full implementation of CSA 2010 will be delayed to 2011, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced. The agency’s original plan was to begin implementing the program in July 2010 and to have all states fully functional by December of this year. It now appears that although certain phases of CSA 2010 will begin this fall, full implementation will not be completed until spring or perhaps summer of 2011.
FMCSA plans to provide motor carriers with a limited preview of their CSA 2010 data beginning on April 12, 2010. NTA will provide members with instructions on how to access their data as soon as these details become available. While this preview will include carriers’ safety events (roadside inspections and crashes) and resulting violations, it will NOT reflect carriers’ scores in each of the Behavioral Analysis and Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs).
FMCSA also announced that beginning November 30, 2010, motor carriers and the general public will be able to view more complete CSA 2010 Carrier Safety Measurement System (CSMS) data, including scores in each of the BASICs. However, as previously indicated, the public will not be able to view the Crash Indicator scores, because of concerns about the quality of the underlying crash data.
On Nov. 30, FMCSA will also begin issuing warning letters to deficient carriers, but will not utilize the full range of CSA 2010 interventions. Instead, FMCSA will use the CSMS (instead of Safestat) to prioritize motor carriers for standard on-site compliance reviews.
The NorthAmerican Transportation Association will continue to keep you updated on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration CSA2010 program.
If you have any questions contact Wayne Schooling at email@example.com or at (800) 805-0040.
President and CEO
NorthAmerican Transportation Association