Commercial Motor Vehicles & FMCSA “CSA 2010” – What Does it Mean To Your Drivers & Logistics?

Commercial motor vehicle drivers, owner-operators, fleet managers, fleet owners, and other commercial vehicles on the Nation’s roadways are essential participants in FMCSA’s CSA 2010 (Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010) initiative to reduce motor vehicle crashes and fatalities. This section provides vital information to help you understand your roles and responsibilities under the new CSA 2010 operational model.

What does CSA 2010 mean to me?

CSA 2010 replaces SafeStat with a new Safety Measurement System (SMS) that measures the previous two years of roadside violations and crash data. With SMS, every inspection counts, not just out-of-service violations, and both driver and carrier safety performance are monitored.

What is the CSA 2010 program timeline?

CSA 2010 has been tested in nine states. In late 2010, the program launches, replacing the current SafeStat system with the more comprehensive Safety Measurement System (SMS).

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CSA 2010 Related Materials

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