Understanding the new CSA regulations

By D.Ann Shiffler05 May 2011

Webinar presenter Bryan Price, senior transportation specialist, has served in various capacities fo

Webinar presenter Bryan Price, senior transportation specialist, has served in various capacities for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for more than 20 years.

With CSA being one of the most significant regulatory actions within the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration in the past 20 years, companies must be prepared for compliance.

The May SC&RA webinar is geared to provide timely answers and clarification to relevant questions.

Bryan Price, Transportation Specialist, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), will answer these answer many of your questions about the new regulations:

What is CSA and who does it impact?

What is being done to insure roadside inspections are more uniform?

How can motor carriers successfully navigate CSA? How can drivers prepare for CSA?

What is the Driver Safety Measurement System (DSMS) and how is it used?

How can motor carriers, drivers and other stakeholders correct erroneous data in the Safety Measurement System (SMS)?

The May 2011 webinar, which will be held at noon (EDT) on May 18. Cost is $29 for SC&RA members and $49 for non-members. Register at http://www2.scranet.org/core/events/events.aspx.

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