Vigillo, creators of data-mining software products designed to aggregate, organize and deliver complex fleet safety information in an easy-to-read scorecard format, announced two additional scorecards as part of its Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 product offering. The new Inspection Root Cause and Map Scorecards are designed to bring another layer of reporting clarity, enhancing a motor carrier’s ability to use CSA 2010 data to analyze and lower risk and help improve highway safety.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s CSA 2010 initiative replaces FMCSA’s existing SafeStat program this summer. “With our new scorecards, we are adding value to our CSA 2010 product line by helping our customers proactively find solutions to areas of risk and lower costs associated with safety violations,” says Steven G. Bryan, chief executive officer of Vigillo. “We are enabling fleets to stay further ahead of the curve.”
The Vigillo Inspection Root Cause Scorecard is designed to identify drivers whose behavior is leading to unnecessary inspections. By ranking drivers based on the seven Behavioral Analysis and Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs) under CSA 2010, carriers can pinpoint areas to address with drivers to lower risk and costs. A root cause timeline in the scorecard indicates areas that are improving and if these efforts are on target.
The Vigillo CSA 2010 Map Scorecard takes CSA 2010 data for all seven BASICS and puts them on a color-coded map by state. The more comprehensive CSA 2010 enforcement and compliance model includes seven BASICs, covering Unsafe Driving, Fatigued Driving, Driver Fitness, Controlled Substance, Vehicle Maintenance, Improper Loading and Crash Indicator. Vigillo says this newest level of CSA 2010 reporting gives companies the ability to make changes that significantly impact safety across entire fleets exactly when, where and by whom those violations are occurring.