June 2010. CSA 2010 Dealing with Deficiencies. Mark Langer, New York Rich Bleser, Milwaukee Joseph Darby, Portland Doug Dickinson, Green Bay. Agenda. Recent changes Time line Data Review Process How BASIC scores are determined Strategies to improve BASIC scores.
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Mark Langer, New York
Rich Bleser, Milwaukee
Joseph Darby, Portland
Doug Dickinson, Green Bay
April 12 – November 30, 2010 – Motor carriers can preview their own data by seeing their roadside inspections/violations and crash events organized by Behavior Analysis and Safety Improvement Category (BASIC).
June – The Operational Model (Op-Model) Test will end.
July – The four “50/50” Op-Model Test states, Colorado, Georgia, Missouri and New Jersey, will join the five 100% Op-Model Test states in implementing the program.
August – Motor carriers will be able to see an assessment of their violations based on the new Carrier Safety Measurement System (CSMS) which will replace SafeStat later in 2010.
SafeStat will be replaced by the CSMS. CSMS will be available to the public, including shippers and insurance companies.
FMCSA/States will prioritize enforcement using the CSMS.
FMCSA will begin to issue Warning Letters to carriers with deficient BASICs.
Roadside inspectors will use the CSMS results to identify carriers for inspection.
Winter 2010 - Safety Fitness Determination Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) is scheduled to be released.
2011 – Enforcement staff will be trained, and new interventions will be implemented State-by-State
Website that organizes existing carrier safety performance by CSA 2010’s BASICs
Inspection data (24 months)
Crash data (24 months)
Provides information and best practices for improving carrier safety
Allows carriers to identify trends in safety performance in order to begin addressing problems today
Incremental step toward SMS implementation
Understanding the 7 BASICs and violations tied to each
Proactively engages industry to improve safety and prepare for CSA 2010
Carriers are given an opportunity to review and update data
Advance notice prior to rollout
Carrier can only access their own results
Access requires carrier PIN
CSA 2010 Test Carriers will continue to have access to CSI as well as the Data Review
Public will not have access to Data Review
FMCSA and State Partners have access to every carrier’s data review
Data Review Portal–Carrier Summary Screen
Data Review Portal–Violation Drill Down
Violations found in the BASIC and their counts
Detailed Inspection Reports related to the BASIC
Data Review Portal–Violation Drill Down
Link to DataQs to request a data review
Access CSA 2010 information to prepare for implementation
Link to Information Center with tips and FAQs
Question: What does the data displayed in the Data Review mean and what should I do with it?
Response: The Data Review is designed to allow you to review:
Inspections, violations and crash data that will be used to assess your performance in SMS. These are activities currently linked to your DOT#.
Data for accuracy.
Behaviors demonstrated by your drivers through violations that may require attention (i.e. sort your various BASIC data by driver name to review performance by those operating for you.)
Determining BASIC Scores Portal
Strategies to Improve Portal
>>> More inspections will not reduce the score
>>> More CLEAN inspections WILL reduce the score
3 of top 4 light related
Will Help Portal
Can Only Hurt
Controlled Substances / Alcohol
Crash IndicatorIncrease the DenominatorGetting more inspections
>>> Understand where clean inspections come from and work to increase the inspection there
“For two months, carriers have been able to view their data. . . . I can’t say it often enough, if carriers aren’t looking at their data, shame on them,” she said.
“By the end of August, they’ll see the rating system, the measurement system and, by the end of the year, the public — that’s the insurance industry, that’s the shipping industry, and everybody else will have access to all that data as well.”
Then, Ferro said, during 2011, “you’ll start to see the phased rollout of the actual intervention processes, state-by-state and carrier-by-carrier.”
-FMCSA Administrator Anne Ferro quoted in June 21, 2010 issue of Transport Topics