Julius Debuschewitz is the new president of the Alliance, Capt. Christopher Turner is CVSA’s vice president, Capt. Scott Carnegie was elected by the membership to the position of secretary and Maj. Jay Thompson is now the Alliance’s immediate past-president.
Approximately 600 government officials, enforcement and industry members attended CVSA’s 2016 Annual Conference and Exhibition in Little Rock, Arkansas.
CVSA launches a new annual award to recognize individuals who go above and beyond the performance of their duties as a CMV driver.
This forum is held to address cargo securement-related issues for potential implementation in an internationally harmonized standard. The forum is open to the industry, enforcement and all interested parties.
Campaign aims to combat the number of deaths and injuries from crashes involving large trucks and buses and cars.
CVSAtransitioned to its new leadership for the 2014-2015 term on Sept. 17, 2014, at the Alliance’s 2014 Annual Conference and Exhibition in Buffalo, New York.
During the week-long brake safety campaign, CMV inspectors will conduct brake system inspections on trucks and buses throughout North America to identify out-of-adjustment brakes and brake-system violations.
This year, the Grand Champion Award was awarded to J.W. Watlington of the Arizona Department of Public Safety. NAIC is the only international event dedicated to recognizing and awarding commercial motor vehicle inspector excellence.
CVSA-certified inspectors across North America completed 73,475 truck and bus inspections during the 72-hour enforcement and safety outreach campaign.
CVSA Past-President Maj. David Palmer testified on behalf of the Alliance to U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine Infrastructure, Safety, and Security