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... 54 The objectives of this research project are to identify the root driver-related factors that contribute to cargo tank truck rollovers and to determine the best safety, management, and communication practices that can be employed by carriers to eliminate or minimize driver errors. 7.1 Root Driver-Related Factors Authoritative sources of information such as the MCMIS, HMIRS, and TIFA crash databases do not yield enough information to identify the root factors absolutely and conclusively.
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... 55 • Hiring, • Training, • Scheduling and dispatch, and • Operations. While safety culture is the key ingredient (in the absence of which any of the other influencers can have only a modest impact, at best)
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... 56 FMCSA also provides a Pre-Employment Screening Program. It is available to potential employers for pre-screening with the written consent of the driver.

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