CVSA joins a number of organizations in support of law enforcement officers to promote National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.
Regulation, enforcement and safety community gathered to discuss and address the unique challenges of the hazmat industry.
Law enforcement officers pulled over 59,080 commercial and passenger vehicle drivers during the week-long enforcement and awareness campaign.
The national strategy includes initiatives that have the potential to make a significant reduction in fatalities and serious injuries nationally, or address areas of growing concern.
CVSA – along with FedEx Corporation, the Arizona Department of Public Safety and the American Trucking Associations – held a safe driving rally at Ironwood High School in Arizona to teach students safe driving practices around commercial vehicles.
International Roadcheck is a 72-hour period when approximately 10,000 CVSA-certified inspectors in jurisdictions across North America perform truck and bus inspections.
More than 550 government officials, enforcement and industry members attended this year’s CVSA Workshop.
CVSA’s “Teens and Trucks” outreach program reached more than 2,000 students at Cookeville High School in Cookeville, Tennessee.
CVSA President Maj. Bill Reese of the Idaho State Police testified to the Committee on behalf of the Alliance.
As an active member of the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Belt Partnership, CVSA attended the 2015 “Be Ready. Be Buckled.” student art contest award ceremony at the U.S. Department of Transportation headquarters in Washington, D.C.