Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010 Re-engineering the ...

Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010 Re-engineering the ...

Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010 Supplemental Slides to discuss Data Preview with Motor Carriers U.S. Department of Transportation U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Federal Motor CarrierSafety Safety Administration Administration CSA 2010 Data

Preview https://csa2010.fmcsa.dot.gov U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 2 What is the CSA 2010 Data Preview? Website that provides carriers an assessment of their safety performance by Behavior Analysis Safety Improvement Category (BASIC) Inspection data (24 months) Crash data (24 months)

Investigation Findings/Serious Violations (12 months) Provides information and best practices for improving carrier safety Allows carriers to assess their BASIC safety performance in order to begin addressing problems today U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 3 Why Provide a Data Preview? Proactively engages industry to improve safety and prepare for CSA 2010 Carriers are given an opportunity to review

and update registration data, or request data reviews DataQs: https://dataqs.fmcsa.dot.gov/login.asp Registration Information (MCS-150) updates Advance notice of BASIC assessments prior to public rollout U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 4 Data Preview Access Details Carrier can only access their own results Access via the CSA 2010 website (requires carrier PIN instructions for obtaining PIN are on the log-in page)

Access via FMCSA Portal (CSA 2010 link) CSA 2010 Test Carriers will continue to have access to CSI as well as the Data Preview Public will not have access to Data Preview FMCSA and State Partners have access to every carriers Data Preview U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 5 What goes into a BASIC assessment? Carriers BASIC Assessments are determined by two inputs:

1. Roadside Performance (CSMS results) Violations found during roadside inspections BASIC percentiles exceeding intervention thresholds 2. Investigation Findings (Serious Violations) Non-compliance thats so severe immediate corrective action is necessary Directly related to carriers management and/or operational controls BASIC is considered deficient and displayed accordingly on a carriers record for 12 months U.S. Department of Transportation

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 6 Login Page for Motor Carriers U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 7 Data Preview Carrier Summary Screen U.S. Department of Transportation

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 8 Data Preview Carrier Summary Screen U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 9 Data Preview Carrier Summary Screen

U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 10 Data Preview Carrier Summary Screen U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 11 Data Preview Detailed On-Road Performance screen

Summary of violation s discovere d and the severity weight assigned to each List of violation s found during Roadsid e

Inspecti ons U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Link to DataQs to request a data review Access CSA 2010 information to prepare for implementat ion

Link to Informatio n Center with tips and FAQs 12 Data Preview Carrier Summary Screen U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 13

Data Preview Detailed Investigation Results List of Serious Violations found during investigati ons over the past 12 months U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

14 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 15 Frequently Asked Questions Question: Under the current SafeStat system our operation looks good. How is it possible that the new system finds our operation deficient in one or more BASICs? Answer: There are distinct differences between

SafeStat and the new SMS that lead to different results. 1.SMS is organized by 7 specific behavioral areas (BASICs). SafeStat is organized into 4 broad SEAs 2.SMS uses all safety-based inspection violations. SafeStat uses only out-of-service violations and selected moving violations. U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 16 Frequently Asked Questions (contd) Question: Is FMCSA using Vehicle Miles Travelled (VMT) for normalizing the Crash Indicator and Unsafe Driving BASIC?

Answer: Using Power Units (PU) alone can create potential bias against segments of the industry that employ high VMT per PU. At the same, using VMT alone can create similar bias against segments of industry that operate limited VMT due to the nature of their operations (i.e. utility companies) A blended approach that uses PUs but also incorporates VMT for companies that operate greater than average mileage per PU results in a more equitable and more effective system FMCSA is making the VMT field of the MCS-150 form mandatory for all updates of census data by motor carriers in operation over 12 months. U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 17

Frequently Asked Questions (contd) Question: Some of the speeding violations recorded in the Unsafe Driving BASIC were simply warnings in which the driver was not issued a ticket. Why is FMCSA using these warnings against our record in the new SMS? Answer: FMCSA and independent analysis demonstrates a strong relationship between future crashes and high scores in the Unsafe Driving area when including all recorded moving violations Roadside inspection software is being modified to require roadside officers to designate the severity of speeding offenses recorded in roadside inspections

FMCSA will eventually assign lesser severity weights to the less severe speeding violations in the SMS U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 18 Frequently Asked Questions (contd) Question: Will motor carriers involved in the OM Test still be able to see their comprehensive data, including percentile rankings, in the Comprehensive Safety Information (CSI) system? Answer: Yes. Test group motor carriers will continue to have access to the

comprehensive data provided by CSI. U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 19 Frequently Asked Questions (contd) Question: Why are non-preventable crashes included in the Crash Indicator calculation? Answer: FMCSA analysis indicates past crashes are a good predictor of future crashes irrespective of accountability. Therefore: Crashes will not be removed based on preventability The Crash Indicator assessment will be excluded from any

public websites that may be viewed by the public (including shippers and insurers) Crash accountability would be considered before issuance of adverse safety fitness ratings. Future Approach: FMCSA is evaluating an approach whereby State reported crashes would be assessed for accountability before considered by the SMS methodology U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 20 Frequently Asked Questions (contd) Question: How often is this data updated? Response: Data is updated monthly.

Question: Does a drivers violation history at a previous employer impact a carriers SMS assessments? Response: No. Only violations that the driver received while working for that carrier will impact the carriers SMS assessments U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 21 Frequently Asked Questions (contd) Question: Will the Carrier Safety Measurement System data be available to the public? Response: Yes, beginning in December 2010 via A&I

Online Question: Is there any way to request a review of potentially erroneous or improper violations on carrier and/or driver records? Response: Yes, DataQs: https://dataqs.fmcsa.dot.gov/login.asp U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 22

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • Building Academic Language With Text

    Building Academic Language With Text

    1. I can define and explain the purposeof close reading and text dependent questions in building content understanding.. 2. I can understand, discuss, and apply the instructional shifts to the Odell Model Unit.. 3. I can dissect the model unit...
  • OAM Configuration Framework and Technology Specific Extensions draft-ietf-ccamp-oam-configuration-fwk

    OAM Configuration Framework and Technology Specific Extensions draft-ietf-ccamp-oam-configuration-fwk

    CCAMP WG documents Individual drafts Framework (1) Ethernet OAM (2) MPLS-TP OAM (4) SDH and OTN OAM (3) End-to-end OAM Tandem Connection Monitoring Entities Non-intrusive Monitoring Entities LSP Attributes OAM Configuration TLV Technology specific OAM Configuration TLVs (Ethernet / SDH...
  • Polarized Light Waves

    Polarized Light Waves

    Polaroid, the company famous for cameras, were the first to produce the first polarized material for commercial use. Ray Ban was the first eyeglass company to put polarized lenses in their sunglasses.
  • Ocean Acoustics - USNA

    Ocean Acoustics - USNA

    Sound Properties. Sound is mechanical energy - transported as a compressional wave. Frequency - rate of vibration (pitch). A tone is a sound of constant frequency with a long duration.
  • SMS Application through SMPP

    SMS Application through SMPP

    Arial Default Design Bitmap Image Bonrix WebSMS Enterprise Edition (A Web Based Application) SMS System (Block Diagram) Silent Features Software and Hardware Bonrix WebSMS Demo Thanks
  • Spelling Scheme of Work Stage 4 All elements

    Spelling Scheme of Work Stage 4 All elements

    Spelling Rules: The suffix '-cian' used instead of '-sion' when the root word ends in 'c' or 'cs' Spelling Rules: Adding '-ly' to create adverbs of manner. These adverbs describe how the verb is occurring.
  • Seafloor and Costal Features - OTHS Aquatic Science

    Seafloor and Costal Features - OTHS Aquatic Science

    A delta is sometimes divided into two parts: subaqueous and subaerial. The subaqueous part of a delta is underwater. This is the most steeply sloping part of the delta, and contains the finest silt. The newest part of the subaqueous...
  • Minds-On  Have you chosen the short story you

    Minds-On Have you chosen the short story you

    The film Shrek pairs characters with contrasting personalities, which gives the message that people can get along no matter how different they may be. [Perhaps not the greatest, but it is enough to get the point across, and the example...