This entity, the North American Cargo Securement Standards Harmonization Committee, developed the model regulation based on new research, accident data, published recommended standards and industry best practices and consultation with numerous industry experts.
What does NACSS stand for?
NACSS stands for North American Cargo Securement Standard (shipping regulation)
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- National Advisory Council on State and Local Budgeting
- North American Commission on Stratigraphic Nomenclature
- Namibian Association of CBNRM Support Organisations
- National Association of Credit Services Organizations
- National Advisory Council on Suicide Prevention (Australia)
- Native American Caregiver Support Program (US DHHS)
- National Albanian Center for Social Studies
- National Association of Chicano Social Scientists (est. 1972)
- National Association of Collegiate Student Sections
- National Association of Criminology and Security Studies
- Nursing Agency Custom Solutions Software (office management)
- National Association of Catholic School Teachers
- National Army Cadet Summer Training Centre (Canada)
- National Action Committee on the Status of Women (Canada)
- North American Association of Christians in Social Work
- National Applied Computer Technologies (telecommunications)
- National Art Center, Tokyo (Japan)
- National Association of Certified Teachers (Silver Spring, MD)
- National Association of Clinical Tutors (United Kingdom)
- National Association of Community Television Broadcasters
Samples in periodicals archive:
This final rule sets new cargo securement standards based on the North American Cargo Securement Standard Model Regulations.
The 1999 North American Cargo Securement Standard Model Regulation, which was published in May of that year, put forth general cargo securement requirements based on the results of a research study on the forces that could potentially act on cargo carried on a flatbed-like vehicle.