Presentation on theme: "The Evolution: From Training to Tools"— Presentation transcript:
0National Institute for Safety Research, Inc. The Evolution of the State Data Quality Program in FMCSA Technical Assistance to States Traffic Records Forum St. Louis , MOPresented by:National Institute for Safety Research, Inc.John McDonoughDavid HetzelWednesday, July 25, 2007
1The Evolution: From Training to Tools DocumentationData SystemsTools
2The Evolution: From Training to Tools PARTrainingStateManualSNETManualDocumentationStateDataExtractLogicMCMISDataData SystemsSNETHelpStateProcessDataAnalysisVINDecoderTools
4ONE-DAY TRAINING CLASS AGENDA Less 1 - What is a Commercial Motor Vehicle?Less 2 - Motor Carrier Identification & Commercial Driver License (CDL)Less 3 - GVWR, Vehicle Configuration & Cargo Body TypeLess 4 - Hazardous MaterialsLess 5 - Crash EventsTrain-the-Trainer Instruction and Materials
5Train-the-Officer / Train-the-Trainer Training AudienceTrain-the-Officer / Train-the-TrainerState and Local Police AgenciesCommercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement OfficersState Crash Data Base System DevelopersAcademy TrainersCMV Enforcement TrainersState and Local Police Trainers
6CMV Crash Training Class Development The One-Day Comprehensive Train-the-Trainer Course has been presented to over 2,000 officers.Developed customized Train-the-Trainer materials for 21 States.NISR has conducted 38 Train-the-Trainer classes.NISR has been requested to teach additional classes in each of the last 2 years for a few States.44 classes performed by State Trainers in California, Wisconsin, Colorado and Louisiana (only a partial list of states).
7CMV Crash Training Classes Conducted The One-Day Comprehensive Train-the-Trainer Course has been presented in:State # ClassesArkansas 2Colorado 2Idaho 2Iowa 5Kansas 1Louisiana 4Michigan 4North Carolina 2West Virginia 1State # ClassesMinnesota 1Nebraska 3New Hampshire 1Ohio 4Rhode Island 2Wisconsin 2Oklahoma 1California 1Mississippi **
8Scheduled Classes for Remainder of 2007 Maine – August 2007New Hampshire – August 2007Tennessee – August 2007 & October 2007Michigan – September 2007New Jersey – September 2007 (tentative)Hawaii (unscheduled)Utah – 2007 (unscheduled)
9State Crash Report Form Analysis An Evaluation Compared to SAFETYNET Data Requirements and Definitions
10State Crash Report Form Analysis Analyzed ALL current State Crash Reports and Truck/Bus Supplements with all elements maintained in the SAFETYNET Crash ModuleProviding suggestions for revisions to improve the collection of SAFETYNET crash dataFor those states that are currently revising their report/supplement, providing assistance in the form of a detailed comparison chart as well written recommendations
11State Comparison Charts Available soon in HTML format on A&I
20CaliforniaWorked with CHP on updates to the 555D and matching revisions to the CHP Collision Investigation Manual.Developed a custom training class based on the fields from the new 555D using the materials from the full-day training class.Prepared expanded resource materials:A photo and definition review of Vehicle Configuration and Cargo Body TypeAn example case using the new 555DInitial train-the-trainer held January 3, 2007 in Sacramento.As of June, the class has reached 591 officers in California in CHP and allied agencies.
21OklahomaWorked with Oklahoma on updates to their Traffic Collision Report and matching revisions to the Instruction Manual.Developed a custom training class using the materials from the full-day training class.Held training class in September 2006 for trainers from OHP and local law enforcement.Oklahoma DPS incorporated the class materials into the state-wide training on the new report form.Assisted DPS with developing the extraction logic to pass data from the state system to SAFETYNET.
22The Evolution: From Training to Tools PARTrainingStateManualSNETManualDocumentationStateDataExtractLogicMCMISDataData SystemsSNETHelpStateProcessDataAnalysisVINDecoderTools
23Data Quality & Analysis DATA QUALITY REVIEWSCase Trends*GVWRConfigurationCargo BodyDriver license Class*Vehicle License StateTruck vs Bus*Interstate vs IntrastateInterstate by USDOT #Reporting Agency (SP vs Other)
24Data Quality & Analysis CDL Reported200420052006Blank Rate49%45%44%# States (0-50%)242123DATA QUALITY REVIEWSCase Trends*GVWRConfigurationCargo BodyDriver license Class*Vehicle License StateTruck vs Bus*Interstate vs IntrastateInterstate by USDOT #Reporting Agency (SP vs Other)STATELICENSE CLASSCDL CLASS DESCRIPTIONSAFETYNETAlabamaCDL Class AAllows you to operate vehicles which tow trailers or other vehicles with aGVWR over 10,000 pounds. A Class "A" license also allows you to operateClass B and C vehicles.ACDL Class BAllows you to operate single vehicles with a GVWR of 26,001 lbs. or more ORa gross combination weight rating (GCWR) of 26,001 lbs. or more, towingtrailers/vehicles rated at 10,000 pounds GVWR or less. A Class "B" licensealso allows you to operate Class C vehicles.BCDL Class CAllows you to operate vehicles under 26,001 lbs. GVWR; that are designed totransport 16 or more persons including the driver; or that carry 15 or lesspeople (including the driver) transporting children to or from school and homeregularly for compensation, or carry hazardous materials in amounts requiringplacarding.CLearner's LicenseSixteen years old - Any person 16 years of age or olderDClass DDriver's License - Any person 16 years of age but underClass MDMotor Driven Cycle License - Fourteen and 15 year old -MClass MMotorcycle License - Sixteen years old and older -
25Data Quality & Analysis DATA QUALITY REVIEWSCase Trends*GVWRConfigurationCargo BodyDriver license Class*Vehicle License StateTruck vs Bus*Interstate vs IntrastateInterstate by USDOT #Reporting Agency (SP vs Other)
26Using the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) For Quality Control Verify the VIN*Batch process VINsVerify the type of Truck/Bus*Web based VIN decoderVerify the VINCollection:How many are values vs. blank?Validation:How many are length = 17 vs. not?Correctness:How many are correct vs. incorrect?Verify the Type of Truck / BusManufacturerCountry of Origin (ie: US, Canada, Mexico, etc)Plant of manufactureModel YearBody Type descriptionsGVWRConfiguration(s)
28State Coding vs VIN Decoder 1FUYDZYB1VF752816MAKER:1997 FREIGHTLINER TRUCKMODEL:6X4 TRUCK-TRACTOR/SET-BACK LONG CONVENTIONAL, HIGHWAYGVWR:3 (26,001 or more lbs)CONFIGURATION:8 (Truck Tractor), 9 (Tractor/Semi-Trailer), 10 (Tractor/Double), 11 (Tractor/Triples)State Coding:VINCONFIGURATIONCARGO BODYGVWR1FUYDZYB1PH494911TRACTOR/SEMI-TRAILERLOGGING31FUYDZYB1SH673314SINGLE-UNIT TRUCK (2-AXLE, 6 T)VAN/ENCLOSED BOX1FUYDZYB1TP8826901FUYDZYB1VF752816SINGLE-UNIT TRUCK (3+ AXLE)Note: If the vehicle is a 6x4, then it cannot be a SUT 2 axle. The 3+ Axle entry is confusion with Tractor/Semi-Trailer.