Webinar tackles CSA 2010’s impact on drivers

user-gravatar Headshot
Updated Feb 4, 2010

As carriers begin to cope with the realities of Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010, they’ll look at retention and recruitment in new ways. In a webinar produced by CCJ sister publications Overdrive and Truckers News, Schneider National’s Don Osterberg will examine how fleets need to evaluate drivers’ safety performance and whether the new federal safety initiative will create a shortage of drivers with sufficiently clean records. Visit www.TruckerWebinars.com to register for the free one-hour presentation, “CSA 2010’s impact on the driver force,” which takes place at 3 p.m. CT March 17.

Osterberg serves as Schneider’s senior vice president of safety, security and driver training. He is chairman of the American Trucking Associations’ Safety Policy Committee and also chairs the Research Advisory Committee of the American Transportation Research Institute. Osterberg is a member of the Trucking Industry Committee of the Transportation Research Board and serves on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Advisory Committee for Intelligent Transportation.