Comprehensive Safety Analysis CSA 2010 . January 28, 2009. Briefing Contents. What and why CSA 2010? A new operational model Potential benefits Operational model test Timeline Impact on motor carriers and drivers. What is CSA 2010?. High priority FMCSA safety initiative –
January 28, 2009
Measure performance of an entity in each Behavior Analysis & Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs)
Safety Event Data Sorted by BASIC
Carriers Under the Radar with Existing SafeStat System:
111 A St.
111 A St.
Carrier A: Inspections w/ Driver Fitness Violations
Driver 2: Unsafe Driving Measure and Violations
Driver 2: Inspections w/ Unsafe Driving Violations
SFD tied to compliance review
Satisfactory, Conditional, or Unsatisfactory
SFD effective until next CR
SFD based on acute/critical violations
SFD tied to performance data; not necessarily CR
Continue Operation, Marginal, or Unfit
SFD assigned to all carriers with sufficient data; updated regularly
SFD based on violations of all safety regulationsSafety Fitness Determination (SFD)
Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance goals
Ensure uniform and reciprocal application of North American Standard Inspection Procedures and North American Standard Out-of-Service Criteria.
Promote the collection and use of accurate real time data to drive commercial motor vehicle enforcement programs.
Documents carrier improvement
Impacts resource usage and carrier SFD
All inspections must be uploaded and uniform
Data-driven traffic safety programs are the future and will be the standard of effectiveness that other programs are measured against
Effective, accurate and uniform data is critical for effective crash reduction strategies that will result in saving lives on our highways
CSA Team Initiated
Test & Validate