This online service will provide a suite of tools and resources dedicated to the CSA 2010 initiative and aimed at helping carriers improve their safety performance.
“Our goal is to help our subscribers go beyond just knowing what their scores are,” James J. Keller, president & COO, said. “CSA Management Suite will help them evaluate where they are, identify the steps they can take to improve, and implement sustainable and successful safety compliance programs to decrease their likelihood of an FMCSA intervention.”
Under CSA 2010, carrier scores will be comprised based on crash reports provided by the states for DOT recordable crashes, roadside inspection reports provided by the states (and all violations listed on the reports), and violations discovered during interventions conducted by state or federal investigators.
The solution will include tracking tools for accidents and roadside inspections; a self-audit tool that determines a carrier’s safety fitness rating and recommends corrective actions; a comprehensive dashboard to keep carriers informed of where they stand with each CSA 2010 BASIC in terms of drivers, units, crashes, violations; 30 pre-written company policy templates; reporting and analysis tools to provide early warning reports; and unlimited access to J. J. Keller’s experts via the Personal Assistant tool.