A free webinar on CSA for Independent Distributors, Repair Shops and Fleets: A Way to Measure and Address Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety, will be broadcast on April 17 at 11 AM-12 PM CST.
The Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) regulation of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) was adopted to reduce commercial vehicle crashes, fatalities and injuries. In this CVSN and AAIA sponsored webinar, CSA experts from the FMCSA will discuss key components of the regulations, how they can affect your company, and preventative measures you may want to put in place.
Among the topics the experts will review:
Online tools available to assess driver and vehicle safety performance problems
Standard inspection and roadside investigation procedures
Vehicle maintenance violation findings
How penalties are assessed and more.
Employees of heavy duty distributors, fleets and repair shops are urged to take advantage of this opportunity to hear directly from CSA subject matter experts. Distributors: Please forward this invitation to your fleet and repair shop customers so they can register.
This complimentary one-hour webinar will be presented by:
Deborah M. Freund, Senior Transportation Specialist and National Technical Expert for Vehicle Research with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Ms. Freund has more than 25 years of experience in highway infrastructure and commercial motor vehicle safety research and operations.
Bryan Price, Senior Transportation Specialist with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Mr. Price has served in various capacities for FMCSA for nearly 22 years. Bryan is directly involved in the development of National truck safety enforcement programs and is currently serving as the FMCSA’s CSA Program Manager.
All registrant information will be confidential.
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org: 904-737-2900 or email@example.com; 240-333-1047.
Register now: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/868717602.
This webinar is brought hosted by they Heavy Duty Distribution Association (HDDA), AAIA and the Commercial Vehicle Solutions Network (CVSA).