A new scorecard from Vigillo will offer individual truck drivers a look into their current CSA scores. The offering, Roadside Resume, will be available later this month.
“Vigillo’s new driver scorecard called Roadside Resume is the only service in the trucking industry that will make CSA scores available directly to individual drivers,” said Steve Bryan, CEO of Vigillo. “FMCSA does not have a mechanism that allows drivers to access their scores and see where they have safety deficiencies. Roadside Resume will provide that information in a free report at anytime to any driver holding a commercial driver’s license.”
While fleets are focused on the implementation of the Compliance Safety Accountability (CSA) program – formerly known as the Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 (CSA 2010) program--, set to take effect on Dec. 12, driver violations will remain on a fleet’s record for two years. Some fleets will be allowing their individual drivers to see their driver scores.
Roadside Resume is a free scorecard based on three years of violation history and up to five current and past CDL numbers. The database will include information from carriers that are Vigillo CSA Scorecard subscribers or from the newly created category of affiliate members of the Vigillo Network, companies that have elected to provide this information.
The program will be available from Vigillo in conjunction with the upcoming release of its PSP (Pre-employment Screening Program). Vigillo PSP uses CSA data to allow fleets to analyze driver data in the recruitment and hiring process.