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The American Trucking Associations recently called on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to be more open in its evaluations of the CSA 2010 compliance program.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is working to decrease the number of highway crashes each year by monitoring the performance and safety ratings of drivers and trucking companies.

Following a recent announcement of proposed changes to Compliance, Safety and Accountability measures, the American Transportation Research Institute plans to survey members of the trucking industry about progress within the program.

A truck driver training recently announced a new offering that will provide guidance for drivers on the Compliance, Safety & Accountability program created by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration through a web-based training format.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's "blame truck drivers first" policy is receiving criticism from leaders at the American Trucking Association, which believes all crashes should not be seen as the drivers fault.

An internet-based driver school recently announced a Compliance, Safety, Accountability training program, which will give drivers with CDL training the opportunity to learn about ways to improve truck driving safety, as well as other issues in the trucking industry.

According to Omaha, Nebraska, ABC affiliate KETV, there are a large number of available truck driving and delivery jobs in the area, as evidenced by statistics from the Nebraska Department of Labor.

The Compliance, Safety and Accountability (CSA) program initiated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) in 2010 has made great strides in recent months.

If truckers would like to learn about how the state of the transportation industry, they may wish to attend a conference where professionals will offer information about job opportunities, the latest technology and more.

With the CSA 2010 compliance rules in full swing, several trucking companies have been utilizing outside resource to help them organize their fleet and stay within regulations.

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