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Local Truckers Invited to Learn About Important New Regulations


Wed, Apr 21st, 2010
Posted in State of Minnesota

Local Truckers Invited to Learn About Important New Regulations

The Minnesota Trucking Association (MTA) Safety Council will host five

simultaneous seminars across the state to educate attendees on CSA 2010.

WHAT:

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has created a new program

that all motor carriers across the country will be measured by the

Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA 2010). Minnesota carriers have been

measured under this system as a test state since May 2009 and it will be

adopted nationwide in the near future. This is a topic that no carrier can

afford to ignore. Under the new CSA 2010 system, both driver safety and

carrier safety performance are now monitored.

WHEN:

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.

Register online www.mntruck.org

WHERE:

Holiday Inn & Suites Downtown Waterfront

200 West First Street

Duluth, MN

Ramada Marshall Inn

1500 East College Drive

Marshall, MN

Courtyard by Marriott

1080 28th Avenue South

Moorhead, MN

La Quinta Inn & Suites

1625 South Broadway

Rochester, MN

Holiday Inn

75 South 37th Avenue

St. Cloud, MN

WHY:

To educate carriers on the practical application of the new CSA 2010

measurement system.

Questions about the Minnesota Trucking Association or this seminar can be

directed to Ed Smelser at (651) 646-7351 or ed@mntruck.org.

The MTA is a non-profit trade association representing the interests of the

state's motor carrier industry since 1932. With almost 700 member

companies, the MTA is a powerful voice for the industry. Its mission is to

provide advocacy, information and services to ensure safe transportation

and a successful Minnesota trucking industry.

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