Partnerships between universities and government, law enforcement, and state drivers licensing agencies can promote incredible change.
Designed to support law enforcement, state drivers’ licensing agencies, and universities within the FMCSA Eastern Service Center (ESC), the Commercial Vehicle Safety Technical Assistance Program (CV-STAC) provides guidance for development and/or expansion of partnerships and new programs, as well as replication of existing programs.
The CV-STAC builds on the momentum of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Research Summit, providing a resource and information center for stakeholders. Our aim is to increase each stakeholder’s network of support and communication around best practices.
UMassSafe recently conducted a webinar on the legalization of Cannabis and changing landscape around impaired driving. On April 2nd, Darrin Grondel, Director of the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, presented at UMass on the impacts of legalization on both CMV drivers and companies as well as law enforcement and drivers licensing, from the Washington State perspective.Read More >
UMassSafe kicks off CV-STAC with a resource-driven website. On the site, stakeholders can share their work and access information about commercial vehicle safety initiatives and issues.Read More >
UMassSafe releases the summary report for the 2016 Commercial Vehicle Safety Research Summit: Best Practices for Advancing Safety through Partnerships with Universities. This report outlines the content of all the presentations.Read More >
Do you have questions about commercial vehicle safety research or best practices?
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