Screenshot of the FMCSA's Safety Measurement System website.

Screenshot of the FMCSA's Safety Measurement System website.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has updated its CSA Safety Measurement System website with the Dec. 29, 2017 results.

Carries that participate in the FMCSA's Crash Preventability Demonstration Program will continue to see the agency’s final determinations on SMS for crashes that were reviewed through the program.

Logged-in carriers and enforcement users with crashes determined to be Not Preventable as part of the program can view measures and percentiles calculated both with and without those crashes.

In 2017, the FMCSA launched a demonstration program to enable motor carriers to dispute the determination of certain truck crashes as “preventable.”

Carriers can also review statistics on Requests for Data Reviews submitted during the first quarter of the program on FMCSA’s website. A list of Final Not Preventable Determinations is also available, which will be updated monthly.

If at any time during the program, a party can refute a determination with documentation, they are instructed to send it to FMCSA said it may revise final determinations after consideration of additional information received.