Meet John Handzuk…

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Today I have a story for you from a Vigillo customer in the trenches that speaks for itself: “My name is John Handzuk. I manage recruiting and the DQ files for Honey Transport based out of Florida with 100 trucks.  I have been using Vigillo’s CSA Driver Scorecards with my drivers as counseling and educational […]

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Public “Ratings” of Safety must be Accurate from the Outset

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While many in the industry have been quick to point out the numerous problems with CSA 2010, it is important to note that the program is a step in the right direction.  For well over a decade, FMCSA’s enforcement model has been criticized for being too focused on prescriptive compliance with paperwork requirements.  For instance, […]

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My SEAs are low …I'll be OK under CSA 2010

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We hear this a lot, “If I’m doing well under SafeStat, I don’t have to worry about CSA.” This is often not the case. Having good SEA scores in SafeStat is not a free pass for CSA. If you’re doing well under SafeStat, you might be more prepared to handle the changes needed for CSA […]

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CSA = Changing Safety Analysis

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Over the past year I’ve seen CSA change from “CSA 2010” to “CSA late 2010” to just “CSA,” and that’s just the name of this game. During that same time period, there have also (not surprisingly) been a lot of changes in how the FMCSA will manage and measure fleets. For the most part, the […]

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Who is in my Peer Group?

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In an effort to “normalize” the data and judge the large carriers against large carriers, small against small, the agency created the concept of Peer Groups as an element of CSA 2010. Peer Groupings are determined in one of two ways; 1) Average Number of Power Units up to 18 months ago (APU)and 2) Number of […]

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Why it’s Now Critical to be Secure Online—Part 1

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We often see the Internet described as the “Wild West.” We see articles about how important Internet security is, the dangers of identity theft, credit card hijacking, hacking, phishing—and we wonder how this applies to us. We think we’re probably pretty safe as long as we’re not surfing dubious websites or responding to spam email… […]

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Vigillo Announces PSP Scorecard

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Convert FMCSA PSP data into CSA 2010 Driver Scorecards Kansas City, MO—May 17, 2010—Vigillo LLC, creators of data mining software products designed to aggregate, organize and deliver complex fleet safety information in an easy-to-read scorecard format, today announced at the Truckload Carriers Associations’ 2010 Safety & Security Division Meeting the upcoming release of its Vigillo […]

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Aon Risk Services Joins Vigillo’s Partner Program

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Successful program nears 30 partners with addition of world’s largest insurance broker Amelia Island, FL—May 3, 2010—Vigillo LLC, creators of data mining software products designed to aggregate, organize and deliver complex fleet safety information in an easy-to-read scorecard format, today announced at the American Trucking Associations’ Information Technology & Logistics Council and National Accounting & […]

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