Vigillo offers CSA 2010 Preview Scorecard

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PORTLAND, Ore. — Vigillo, an online risk management solutions provider, has created a CSA 2010 Preview Scorecard which will allow fleets to preview their rating under the FMCSA’s new safety ratings system months before the program takes effect.


The CSA 2010 Preview Scorecard is available to new Vigillo customers and as an upgrade for existing customers.


“Vigillo is the only company that can take a motor carrier’s existing safety data and show what it will look like when CSA 2010 goes into effect next year, impacting over 750,000 companies,” said Steven G. Bryan, CEO of Vigillo. “By using the same algorithms and methodologies as FMCSA, we’ve created a solution that allows carriers to use data available today to get ahead of the curve and to see what their fleet will look like under CSA 2010.”


CSA 2010 is a new system of measuring fleet safety, slated to replace SafeStat next summer. It’s currently undergoing testing in six states and Canadian carriers operating in those regions are already being rated. Individual drivers are scored on seven categories and their rating will reflect that of the fleet for which they drive.


 “CSA 2010 represents a significant increase in government oversight of carriers and interaction with individual drivers,” Bryan stated. “This is a brand new level of analysis and intervention for motor carriers. With our CSA 2010 Preview Scorecard, they can get a nine-month head start on the new safety scoring system.”

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