Driver and Unit Data Scorecards Enhance CSA Management Suite™ - Enhancement includes detailed and centralized driver and unit recordkeeping

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J. J. Keller's CSA Management Suite™ has been enhanced to provide users with both driver and unit scorecards to assist transportation professionals in conducting a more detailed analysis on their units and drivers to allow for more effective management of their operations under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance Safety Accountability (CSA) initiative.

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These enhancements to CSA Management Suite are significant since the CSA approach to enforcement of the regulations directly monitors both the driver and the carrier’s safety behaviors and responsibilities.

CSA Management Suite™, an online service by J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., has been enhanced to provide subscribers with both driver and unit scorecards. These reports were added to assist transportation professionals in conducting a more detailed analysis on their units and drivers to allow for more effective management of their operations under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance Safety Accountability (CSA) initiative.

Rustin Keller, vice president of Business Services at J. J. Keller, said, “The new scorecards provide CSA Management Suite subscribers with the ability to more closely evaluate their operations including their overall BASIC summary, driver BASIC trends, violation lists, inspection summaries, inspection details, accident details and more. We are constantly evolving the service by adding reporting and analysis tools to help subscribers monitor and improve their safety programs.”

Robert Rose, transportation management editor at J. J. Keller said, “Prior to the implementation of the CSA program, enforcement of the rules and regulations were focused primarily on the motor carriers. These enhancements to CSA Management Suite are significant since the CSA approach to enforcement of the regulations directly monitors both the driver and the carrier’s safety behaviors and responsibilities. All inspections and crashes a driver receives while under the authority of a motor carrier will remain as a part of the driver’s record for three years and will follow that driver for the same period of time regardless of the number of employers that same driver may have. The carrier, meanwhile, must also carry the same inspection and crash data but only for a two year period, even if the carrier terminates the driver.”

CSA Management Suite allows carriers to more effectively manage their safety programs under the initiative by using real accident, violation, and roadside inspection data to generate CSA BASIC scores to see how they stack up in the CSA’s Safety Measurement System. The service provides carriers with tools and resources to evaluate where they stand, identify steps they can take to improve, and implement sustainable and successful safety compliance programs to decrease their likelihood of an FMCSA intervention. Carriers can sign up for a free trial of the service by visiting http://www.managecsa.com.

About J. J. Keller Business Services
J. J. Keller Business Services has been helping companies reduce risk and improve regulatory compliance since 1953. Through online and consulting services, and turnkey outsourcing, J. J. Keller Business Services can assist you in reducing accidents, offloading time consuming compliance work, and developing effective compliance programs. To learn more about J. J. Keller Business Services, visit jjkellerservices.com.

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