J. J. Keller Educates Over 10,000 Transportation Professionals on CSA 2010

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Understanding of CSA 2010 is the Most Important Step in Preparing for the Initiative - J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. has educated over 10,000 transportation professionals on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s CSA 2010 initiative. Through various types of events, including webcasts and live events, J. J. Keller’s team of over 30 experts have kept transportation professionals updated on the latest developments, what they can expect, and timelines for the rollout of the CSA 2010 initiative.

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The bottom line is that carriers cannot begin preparing for CSA 2010 until they understand it. Once they understand it they can begin preparing for it.

J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., an industry leader that has been helping customers with safety and compliance issues since 1953, has educated over 10,000 transportation professionals on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s CSA 2010 initiative. Through various types of events, including webcasts and live events, J. J. Keller’s team of over 30 experts have kept transportation professionals updated on the latest developments, what they can expect, and timelines for the rollout of the CSA 2010 initiative.

“The bottom line is that carriers cannot begin preparing for CSA 2010 until they understand it,” said Betty Weiland, Transportation Editorial Manager at J. J. Keller. “Once they understand it they can begin preparing for it by training their employees and drivers, tracking and analyzing roadside inspection data, auditing driver files, checking vehicle maintenance records, monitoring their SafeStat data and more. “

Transportation professionals see the importance of educating themselves on CSA 2010 as the first step in preparing for the initiative. In a live poll of nearly 2,000 transportation professionals, 72% of respondents said that they plan to participate in additional training and seek out further information to broaden their understanding of CSA 2010 while only 6% said they did not plan to participate in additional training.

Weiland said, “CSA 2010 is a new and evolving program that requires continual monitoring by carriers so that they are prepared for what is coming and when. CSA 2010 is coming, regardless of the delays, so carriers can’t afford to put it on the back burner any longer.”

As well-respected leaders in transportation compliance, J. J. Keller’s team of experts have been helping transportation professionals manage and master the ever changing and complex regulations that govern their operations for over 55 years. The FMCSA’s new initiative is no different – J. J. Keller has been educating industry professionals on CSA 2010 so that they can begin the process of preparing for safety compliance under the new initiative.

J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. continues to educate transportation professionals on every aspect of CSA 2010. Through a variety of products and services, J. J. Keller helps them to prepare for safety compliance under the initiative. For more information on the products and services offered by J. J. Keller, visit http://www.jjkeller.com/CSA_2010/csa2010.htm.

For more information on research conducted by J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. on what carriers are doing to prepare for CSA 2010, contact Stephanie Dean at sdean(at)jjkeller(dot)com or 920-720-7802.

About J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.®
J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.® was established in 1953 and has become the nation's most respected name in risk and regulatory management. The company employs over 1,100 associates and serves over 300,000 customers including more than 90% of the Fortune 1,000. Keller’s broad product line includes printed publications, forms and supplies, video-based training programs, software, online management tools and training, outsource services, consulting and mobile technology.

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