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Posts tagged as: Safety measurement system

FMCSA announces enhancements to SMS website

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced a package of enhancements to the Safety Measurement System website.

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FMCSA extends comment period on proposed Safety Measurement System improvements

FMCSA this week announced a 60-day extension of the time that motor carriers have to comment on proposed improvements to the agency’s proposed Safety Measurement System (SMS).

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Prepare now for stricter industry oversight

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Two stories overshadowed all others in the bus industry in 2011: the implementation and realization of the new Safety Measurement System (SMS) and the resulting consequences and attention a string of unusually severe motorcoach crashes generated.

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FMCSA launches CSA Program

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance Safety Accountability (CSA) Program kicked off on Monday. The centerpiece of the program, the Safety Measurement System (SMS), is geared toward improving commercial bus and truck safety and will analyze all safety-based violations from inspections and crash data to determine a motor carrier’s on-road performance. U.S. Transportation Secretary […]

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FMCSA promises more punch with CSA 2010

Later this year Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010 and its Safety Measurement System will replace the current Motor Carrier Safety Status Measurement System (SafeStat) used by regulators to identify and target unsafe operators.

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