More than 500 enforcement personnel, government officials and industry representatives attended the CVSA Workshop, April 8-12, 2018. At the CVSA Workshop, transportation safety stakeholders worked together to improve commercial motor vehicle and driver safety, regulatory compliance and enforcement throughout North America.
The Operation Safe Driver Program was created to help to reduce the number of crashes, deaths and injuries involving large trucks, buses and passenger vehicles due to unsafe driving behaviors.
Starting April 1, 2018, property-carrying commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers operating their vehicle without a required registered electronic logging device or a grandfathered automatic on-board recording device will be placed out of service for 10 hours; passenger-carrying CMV drivers will be placed out of service for 8 hours.
During International Roadcheck, commercial motor vehicle inspectors in jurisdictions throughout North America will conduct inspections of commercial motor vehicles and drivers. This year’s focus is on hours-of-service compliance.
CVSA is proud to announce Herschel Evans of the trucking company Holland as the winner of the 2018 International Driver Excellence Award. Evans has driven more than 3 million miles over 30 years; 25 of those years with Holland.
More than 200 individuals involved in the regulation, enforcement and safety of transporting hazardous materials and dangerous goods attended the COHMED Conference, Jan. 29-Feb. 2, 2018, in Garden Grove, California.
As director of crash standards and analysis, Hernandez manages the Alliance’s CMV crash data quality efforts, and adapts and integrates law enforcement training concepts and principles to achieve optimum performance of CVSA’s CMV crash analysis initiatives.
On Dec. 7, 2017, the CVSA Board of Directors voted to add new Inspection Bulletins and approved updates to existing Inspection Bulletins.
CVSA is proud to announce the release of its new online learning management system, a new training tool available to all CVSA members.
Starting Dec. 18, 2017, inspectors and roadside enforcement personnel throughout the United States will begin documenting ELD violations on roadside inspection reports and, at the jurisdiction’s discretion, will issue citations to commercial motor vehicle drivers operating vehicles without a compliant ELD.