ARI publishes CSA brief

To help fleet managers and drivers understand the new Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration CSA 2010 safety enforcement program, Automotive Resources International (ARI) has published a detailed brief on it. The firm said the brief outlines steps to take to remain compliant under the new regulations

To help fleet managers and drivers understand the new Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration CSA 2010 safety enforcement program, Automotive Resources International (ARI) has published a detailed brief on it. The firm said the brief outlines steps to take to remain compliant under the new regulations.

“We support CSA 2010 and its goal of decreasing truck accidents and making the nation’s highways safer,” said Tim Delaney, ARI manager of licensing services. “By helping fleets prepare for the changes under CSA 2010, we can help ensure every client achieves compliance while still meeting their unique business goals. This brief will help clients identify areas where improvements may be needed and help them develop their own fleet solution.”

In addition to the brief, ARI noted it offers consultation services to fleets to help develop an action plan to identify and address needed changes.

To receive a copy of the CSA 2010 brief, contact an ARI sales manager or email a request to [email protected].

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