CSA 2010

Driver Monitoring Critical in Light of CSA Scoring

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Recently, an Indiana-based tanker truck driver was charged with several criminal and moving violation counts after causing an accident that killed a young man, among which were reckless homicide and causing death when operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Police discovered the driver had been previously cited three times for operating a vehicle while intoxicated […]

Improve CSA 2010 Compliance with an Effective Drug and Health Screening Program

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Many motor carriers today are asking what CSA (Comprehensive Safety Analysis) 2010 means to their organizations. While the fundamental safety requirements for motor carriers and drivers have not altered appreciably under CSA 2010, the method for evaluating and rating how a company meets those requirements has changed dramatically. HireRightHireRight is a leading provider of on-demand […]

Driver Monitoring Marks Future Trend for Transportation Industry

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With the new carrier rating system under Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010, it is more important than ever for carriers to regularly monitor the performance of their drivers. While ratings for individual drivers are not yet being implemented under CSA, every violation by every driver negatively impacts the carrier’s BASIC rating. Although drivers are required […]

2010 Transportation Industry Regulatory Update

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HireRight’s DAC Trucking Services team works closely with outside agencies and organizations, such as the American Trucking Associations (ATA) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), to stay apprised of the latest regulatory activities and legislative changes in the transportation industry. Working with organizations such as these also allows HireRight to serve as an […]


Simplify Your Driver Monitoring Program

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Is your company concerned about whether your drivers are notifying you of motor vehicle violations when they occur? How many times has someone from your safety or loss prevention department had a “surprise” violation emerge during the annual Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) review process? Trucking companies, large and small, struggle daily with the issue of […]