With public health and safety as its top concern, CVSA has decided to postpone International Roadcheck to later in the year. The Alliance will monitor the status of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and appropriately select the new dates when it’s safe and reasonable to do so.
CVSA is working closely with the companies and organizations whose members are on the frontline ensuring the public receives food, medicine and resources needed to weather this extraordinary global pandemic.
After closely following the coronavirus pandemic, CVSA has decided to cancel its events planned for April. That includes the CVSA Workshop in San Antonio, Texas, scheduled for April 19-23, and the industry vehicle training course, scheduled for April 6-10 in Kent, Ohio.
CVSA is proud to announce that this year’s International Driver Excellence Award (IDEA) recipient is professional driver Duane Dornath of Western Express Inc. Dornath has been with Western Express for more than 40 years and safely driven more than 4 million miles without incident.
On Feb. 4, 2020, CVSA President Sgt. John Samis testified before the Senate Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Transportation and Safety at a hearing titled “Keep on Truckin’: Stakeholder Perspectives on Trucking in America.”
Nearly 300 individuals involved in the regulation, enforcement and safety of hazardous materials/dangerous goods transportation attended the 2020 COHMED Conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
CVSA International Roadcheck will take place May 5-7. The focus for 2020 is on the driver requirements category of a roadside inspection.
CVSA will hold training on HOS regulations in Canada and new ELD technical specifications which will take effect in June 2021. This training is for ELD vendors and motor carriers who want to learn more about Canada’s HOS rules and its upcoming ELD mandate.
CVSA is offering Class 3 flammable and combustible liquids training through its online learning management system, available to all CVSA members.
The CVSA Board of Directors approved a new inspection bulletin on FMCSA’s Under-21 Military CDL Pilot Program and enhancements the agency made to Query Central to allow roadside enforcement personnel to verify a carrier and driver’s participation in the pilot program.