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CSA BASICs - Fatigued Driving

Driving a CMV when fatigued. This is distinguished from incidents where unconsciousness or an inability to react is brought about by the use of alcohol, drugs, or other controlled substances. Data includes (1) hours-of-service violations discovered during an off-site investigation, on-site investigation, roadside inspection, or post-crash inspection, and (2) crash reports with driver fatigue as a contributing factor. (FMCSR Parts 392 and 395)

For more information on the Fatigued Driving BASIC, read the following article: What is the Fatigued Driving BASIC?

Please note: Changes are expected to the CSA Safety Management System (SMS) Methodology in December 2012. As part of these changes, the Fatigued Driving BASIC will become the more specific Hours-of-Service (HOS) Compliance BASIC to more accurately reflect violations in this area and weight HOS paper and electronic logbook violations equally. Click here for details on the proposed changes.


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