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CVSA, FMCSA combine conferences to focus on safety

Posted on March 21, 2007

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) are combining their annual conferences to discuss issues pertinent to commercial motor vehicle (CMV) safety. Subjects to be discussed include:

  • Vehicle-related issues: results of the 2006 Brake Safety Symposium, cargo securement harmonization, disc brake and ABS technologies and wheel bearing seal leakage issues
  • Transportation security issues: Corporate Security Reviews, training, TWIC and REAL ID Act, cargo seals and vehicle disabling technologies
  • Driver related issues: electronic on board recorders, CDLIS/NLETS integration, speed and speed limiters, hours of service, traffic enforcement and safety belt initiatives
  • Passenger carrying issues and concerns related to motorcoach and school bus transportation
  • FMCSA's Comprehensive Safety Analysis for 2010 and COMPASS Programs, the recently announced U.S. DOT NAFTA Border Demonstration project and CVSA's Roadcheck and Operation Air Brake Programs
  • Training issues: passenger vehicle inspection course updates, false CDL, HOS status and District Court of Appeals ruling, as well as reviewing the Program Manager's Course and National Transportation Safety Board's (NTSB) recommendations on automatic slack adjuster type brakes Federal agencies from the U.S., Canada and Mexico will be participating in the event and hope to discuss the NAFTA Demonstration Project, as well as share best practices that will further improve safety, security and regulatory harmonization between the three countries. For more on CVSA, visit
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