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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 –

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briefing contents
Briefing Contents
  • What and why CSA 2010?
  • A new operational model
  • Potential benefits
  • Operational model test
  • Timeline
  • Impact on motor carriers and drivers

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what is csa 2010
What is CSA 2010?
  • High priority FMCSA safety initiative –
  • To increase efficiency & effectiveness – compliance/enforcement
  • Ultimate Goal: Achieve greater reduction in large truck and bus fatalities

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why csa 20105
Why CSA 2010?
  • Current Operational Model Limitations
    • Limited investigative toolbox
    • Safety fitness ratings of today are tied to the on-site compliance review with very little roadside performance consideration
    • Result: We assess only a small fraction of industry
    • Focus is on carriers

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csa 2010 a new operational model
CSA 2010 - A New Operational Model
  • Three major elements ---
    • Measurement
    • Interventions
    • Safety Fitness Determination

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measurement system concept
Measurement System Concept

Measure performance of an entity in each Behavior Analysis & Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs)

  • Methodology designed to weight on-road safety data based on its relationship to crash risk
  • Focuses on safety behaviors that lead to crashes

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basic data
BASIC Data

Safety Event Data Sorted by BASIC

  • Unsafe Driving (Parts 392 & 397)
  • Fatigued Driving (HOS) (Parts 392 & 395)
  • Driver Fitness (Parts 383 & 391)
  • Controlled Substances /Alcohol (Part 392)
  • Vehicle Maintenance (Parts 393 & 396)
  • Improper Loading/Cargo Securement (Parts 392, 393, 397 & HM)
  • Crash Indicator

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example

Example

Carriers Under the Radar with Existing SafeStat System:

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Carrier A

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Carrier A

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Driver 1

Driver 2

Driver 3

Driver 4

Driver 5

Driver 6

Driver 7

Driver 8

Carrier A: Inspections w/ Driver Fitness Violations

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Driver 1

Driver 2

Driver 3

Driver 4

Driver 5

Driver 6

Driver 7

Driver 8

Driver 9

Driver 10

Driver 11

Driver 12

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Driver 2

Driver 2

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Carrier A

Carrier B

Carrier C

Carrier D

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Driver 2

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Driver 2: Unsafe Driving Measure and Violations

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Carrier A

Carrier B

Carrier B

Carrier C

Carrier C

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Carrier D

Driver 2: Inspections w/ Unsafe Driving Violations

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safety fitness determination sfd
Today’s Model

SFD tied to compliance review

Satisfactory, Conditional, or Unsatisfactory

SFD effective until next CR

SFD based on acute/critical violations

CSA 2010

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 regulations

Safety Fitness Determination (SFD)

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uniformity of roadside inspection and violation data26
Uniformity of Roadside Inspection and Violation Data

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.

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Clean inspections are just as valuable as inspections with multiple violations

Documents carrier improvement

Impacts resource usage and carrier SFD

All inspections must be uploaded and uniform

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performance based data
Performance based data

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

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csa 2010 operational model test
CSA 2010 Operational Model Test
  • Purpose --- Why test?
    • Validate new operational model
    • Validate intervention process
    • Determine efficiency and safety effectiveness

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CSA 2010 Operational Model Test
  • 30 months – Jan-2008 to Jun - 2010
    • Phase I – Startup Jan-08
    • Phase II – Fully Operational Oct-08
    • UMTRI evaluation
  • 4 States: CO, GA, MO, and NJ
    • 28 safety investigators state and federal
    • Carriers domiciled in 4 states randomly split into two groups: ~ 34,000 each
    • Test group and control group
  • No regulatory relief in test group (enforcement/ratings)

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status target dates
Status & Target Dates
  • Team deployed May 2005
  • Completed developmental work by December 2007
  • Currently in test & validation phase
  • Deploy carriers by 2010. Drivers in reauthorization.

CSA Team Initiated

DOT Reauthorization

Today

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2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Concept

Development

Test & Validate

Deploy

Add States

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carrier feedback
Carrier Feedback
  • Surprised they have received FMCSA attention
  • Appreciation that problem is brought to their attention before it’s “too late”
  • Interest in knowing how they are being evaluated and appreciation for the data available
  • Taking immediate action to rectify problem
  • Appreciation for off-sites (carriers that have had a CR)
  • Those with no prior contact with FMCSA are cautious
  • 2,374 warning letters sent out through December
    • 1,109 (47 percent) logged into CSI to examine their data

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what does this mean for carriers and drivers
What Does This Mean for Carriers and Drivers?
  • All safety violations at roadside considered
  • Safety fitness updated every 30 days
    • All carriers with sufficient data
  • Broader array of less time-consuming interventions
  • Poor safety performance = greater likelihood of being contacted
  • Increased emphasis on CMV drivers
  • Crash accountability will be determined

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csa 2010 potential benefits
CSA 2010 Potential Benefits
  • Maximize effectiveness of resources
  • Correct unsafe behavior early
  • Assess larger segment of industry
  • Achieve Goal: Greater reduction in large truck and bus related fatalities

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more information
More Information
  • For more information – or to submit questions or comments, please visit our Web site:

www.fmcsa.dot.gov/csa2010

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