This authoritative manual is the most complete guide to CSA 2010 available, claims J.J. Keller, explaining how companies’ safety data is collected, measured and evaluated under the new system.

Specific topics covered in the new manual include: how CSA 2010 differs from SafeStat; what new interventions a company could face; what new enforcement procedures were created by the initiative; how roadside inspections will affect a company’s BASIC scores; what new measurements will be used to determine a company’s safety evaluation; how to perform self-audits; and what Behavior Analysis Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs) are and how they affect your safety ranking.

Over 800 pages in all, the manual also includes best practices, applicable regulations, lists of top violations, roadside inspection procedures and out-of-service criteria.

Cost is US$229. You can order by calling 800-327-6868, referencing Action Code 31006, or order online here.

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