Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA)
Compliance, Safety, and Accountability Program
Federal Truck Safety Program Will Continue Despite Government Shutdown
The shutdown will have no immediate impact on Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration activities. Because the agency’s money comes from multi-year appropriations through the Highway Trust Fund, rather than general revenues, it would not have to lay off any staff.
“FMCSA has sufficient balances of liquidating cash to operate for a limited period during a lapse of annual appropriations,” DOT said in an analysis of the pending shutdown.
On May 16th, 2013, Mr. Mike Lamm Assistant Division Administrator for FMCSA from Austin, Texas was our special guest for a webinar covering
The New HOS Regulations going into effect July 2013.
Mike discussed the new HOS regulations, including:
- Mandatory Breaks;
- 34 Hour Re-start;
- On-Duty Time;
- Egregious Penalties;
- Changes and special provisions for Oil Field;
- Electronic Logging Devices (ELD);
Mr. Lamm also answered many questions by our audience concerning the new regulations.
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This comprehensive site is designed to specifically help both CARRIERS and DRIVERS learn and understand the FMCSA’s CSA program offering a wide variety of information and resources. CSA is now fully operational and activities like random road side inspections, warning letters, and interventions are fully being enforced.
The main purpose and mission of CSA is to become more effective and efficient together with industry and state partners to achieve its mission of reducing commercial motor vehicle (CMV) crashes, fatalities, and injuries.
Key Features of CSA are to:
Increase the opportunity to have contact with more carriers and drivers.
Enhanced data collection to improve performance measurements that identify high risk carrier and driver behaviors.
Apply a wide range of interventions to correct high risk behaviors before they become chronic, habitual, and even deadly.
Carriers and drivers are both experiencing CSA changes and finding solutions for proactive steps that include implementing a measurable, results-oriented safety program. Vertical Alliance Group, Inc. is a nationally recognized leader in providing consulting and training services to the trucking industry. It offers the Infinit-i™, web-based safety training and information solution to help you meet and exceed the requirements of CSA. Infinit-i is utilized by the American Trucking Association (ATA) and the IMTA (Indiana Motor Trucking Association) for their members on- demand safety program.
Online solutions give you the ability to track your drivers' safety training anytime, anywhere. Infinit-i provides you with an extensive library of trucking specific safety and training videos at no additional cost as well as the ability for your company to upload unlimited content specific to your organization. This provides you and your driver’s ongoing real time training to address the 7 BASICs of CSA. Infinit-i is the ONLY system on the market today that is inherently designed to affect positive behavioral change in your drivers.
Contact us today for more information or questions on CSA, truck driver training, consultation and services.
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