Shifting loads, spilled or dropped cargo, and unsafe handling of hazardous materials. Data includes (1) roadside inspection violations pertaining to load securement, cargo retention, and hazardous material handling, and (2) crash reports citing shifting loads, or spilled/dropped cargo as a cause or contributing factor. (FMCSR Parts 392, 393, 397 and HM Violations)
Please note: Changes are expected to the CSA Safety Management System (SMS) Methodology in December 2012. As part of these changes, the Cargo-Related BASIC will change to the Hazardous Materials (HM) Compliance BASIC to better identify HM safety and compliance problems. Click here for details on the proposed changes.
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