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    This is the best CSA 2010 book I have found.
    I received it as a gift from a thoughtful co-worker.
    As he is management, he wishes not to be revealed.
    Although I find this to be a shining example of peaceful, co-exisitng teamwork.

    This book list all CSA 2010 violations in a handy, grid-like fashion.
    It covers all areas of the "BASICs" (Behavior Analysis Safety Improvement Categories), which include unsafe driving, drugs and alcohol, fatigued driving, driver fitness, vehicle maintenance, and cargo related.
    In addition to a complete overview, it lays out the violations, with the severity level, and if it affects the driver score.

    As an example of government over-regulation......
    393.209(b) Excessive steering wheel lash has a severity of 6, and does affect the driver's CSA 2010 score.

    And if that's not crap enough for you, looky at this======




    Here is the link to the book
    CSA Handbook: A Complete Guide for CMV Drivers - Safety and Regulation Compliance Products, Training, and Services, J.J. Keller & Associates

    And a picture of a sample page


    Inadequate floor condition?? WTF!!!

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    Default Re: Best CSA 2010 book

    There is a lot more involved with that, too.

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    Default Re: Best CSA 2010 book

    I carried a printout of the CSA violations but I was talking to a friend who said the company he works for handed these books out. I bought the JJ Keller book and it beats having 35 pages of copy paper in the bag. The drawback is the cost of a single book by time you add shipping.

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    Default Re: Best CSA 2010 book

    Quote Originally Posted by RedRollingRoadblock View Post
    I carried a printout of the CSA violations but I was talking to a friend who said the company he works for handed these books out. I bought the JJ Keller book and it beats having 35 pages of copy paper in the bag. The drawback is the cost of a single book by time you add shipping.
    It's an awesome little book for total explanations, and educating dispatchers or shop personnel.

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    Default Re: Best CSA 2010 book

    Spaghetti, let's not get off topic with a new record number of links per post.
    The subject is CSA 2010 and it's unfairness towards drivers, not NeuroSky brainwaves, and iphone mind readers.
    I can read my own mind without an iphone, and it's scary enough in there

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    Default Re: Best CSA 2010 book

    Quote Originally Posted by Pullin3 View Post
    Spaghetti, let's not get off topic with a new record number of links per post.
    The subject is CSA 2010 and it's unfairness towards drivers, not NeuroSky brainwaves, and iphone mind readers.
    I can read my own mind without an iphone, and it's scary enough in there
    See, that's the problem. You get a little gift from a management friend who doesn't know jack **** about the CSA 2010. If you bothered to look at the link, which you didn't, again. It has the FMCSA's research project explained in full detail of what they want changed, and it has everything to do with the CSA 2010. How do you think their going to perform a behavior analysis?
    Last edited by Spaghetti; 08-31-2011 at 12:10 AM.

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    Default Re: Best CSA 2010 book

    Off topic? Oh, and I see you removed my post, again. Why is the post removed? If you can't prove me wrong, then why would you remove it? Other union Brothers and Sisters have a right to read that information and decide for themselves. What is really sad is when someone has get something from management, rather than asking a union Brother and Sister on a web site. Then decides to remove a Brothers post because he doesn't agree with it. IMO, that is how a **** operates.
    Last edited by x475; 08-31-2011 at 12:28 PM. Reason: Name calling disguised as opinion does not fly Rule 1

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    Default Re: Best CSA 2010 book

    Your post was moved to the "off topic" forum and can be found here:


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    Default Re: Best CSA 2010 book

    Quote Originally Posted by Spaghetti View Post
    See, that's the problem. You get a little gift from a management friend who doesn't know jack **** about the CSA 2010. If you bothered to look at the link, which you didn't, again. It has the FMCSA's research project explained in full detail of what they want changed, and it has everything to do with the CSA 2010. How do you think their going to perform a behavior analysis?
    Like I nicely and patiently explained in my post, the thread is about the handy CSA book and how it can help drivers. And the over scrutinizing regulation and unfair effect on drivers, not brainwaves and iphone mind readers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spaghetti View Post
    Off topic? Oh, and I see you removed my post, again. Why is the post removed? If you can't prove me wrong, then why would you remove it? Other union Brothers and Sisters have a right to read that information and decide for themselves. What is really sad is when someone has get something from management, rather than asking a union Brother and Sister on a web site. Then decides to remove a Brothers post because he doesn't agree with it. IMO, that is how a **** operates.
    I did not remove your post. It was removed by someone else whilst I was working. Name calling and being a meany is 1 of the cardinal no no's here.
    Calling out a mod in public is worse, much less a royal supermod, such as myself.

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    Default Re: Best CSA 2010 book

    Quote Originally Posted by x475 View Post
    Your post was moved to the "off topic" forum and can be found here:

    OK.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pullin3 View Post
    This is the best CSA 2010 book I have found.
    I received it as a gift from a thoughtful co-worker.
    As he is management, he wishes not to be revealed.
    Although I find this to be a shining example of peaceful, co-exisitng teamwork.

    This book list all CSA 2010 violations in a handy, grid-like fashion.
    It covers all areas of the "BASICs" (Behavior Analysis Safety Improvement Categories), which include unsafe driving, drugs and alcohol, fatigued driving, driver fitness, vehicle maintenance, and cargo related.
    Yes, the scorecard represents the driver's information according to compliance of the current rules and regulations. There is also another rating system which strictly reflects on the company, as well. So if there is one driver who is penalized operating with unsafe equipment, it affects the company's overall rating.

    Now did your management buddy give you any details on how they could analyze a driver's behavior? I believe that is one topics in your post, is it not? Not a problem, because there is five ways to my knowledge on how they can analyze a driver's behavior. Ready?

    1. The post you removed to another forum.
    2. RFID applications such as: tattoos or implants.
    3. (Smart shirt) measures a driver's respiratory and fatigue/fitness status.
    4. Camera monitor inside tractor (facial/behavior recognition and evaluating signs of fatigue)
    5. Smartcards. (Biometric Screening)

    Smartcards have the technology to store your biometric identity information, medical information, driver's license, social security number, company toll information, credit/debit uses, and ect. A Smartcard also contains smart sensor technology on the back of a card.

    "Smart sensor technology has been under rapid development in recent years. A smart sensor usually has five essential features: 1. on-board microprocessor, 2. sensing capability, 3. wireless communication, 4. battery-powered, and 5. low cost. In this review, we will focus on one specific driver application, namely monitoring of humans based on sensors to expand the role of such technologies in healthcare and to overcome new challenges from Nature on human health. Wireless sensor networks can be used for military applications, habitat monitoring, machine health monitoring and guidance, traffic pattern monitoring and navigation, plant monitoring in agriculture, and infrastructure monitoring. One of the most exciting applications is health monitoring."

    http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/11/6/5561/pdf

    Oh, I bet that will be exciting, wouldn't it?
    Also,

    "The report states that Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags, sensors and nanotechnology have made processing power increasingly available in smaller packages so that networked computing “dissolves” into the everyday objects around us forming a ubiquitous connected society; one in which networks and networked devices are omnipresent, offering new forms of collaboration and communication between people and “things”, and between “things” themselves, hitherto unknown and unimagined." I believe I had posted on another thread the company's new, updated, surveillance system features.

    What is the advantage with using smart sensor technology? Page 7 and 8 can explain the details in a working environment (terminal).

    2.2 Intelligent Buildings - Commercial Environments
    Story #3 - Agents Encoding Human Behaviour
    3.0 Social Implications
    3.1 Introduction


    http://dces.essex.ac.uk/staff/vic/SP...Univ%20IBJ.pdf

    Looks like someone will enjoy playing God. There, now you have some factual information that is more legible too b**** about. Unless of course, you can provide any information proving me wrong. NOT! If you need any additional information providing to the numbers above with links, I would MOOOOOORE than happy to do so. Have a nice day.
    Last edited by Spaghetti; 08-31-2011 at 03:09 PM.

 

 
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