An overview of DOT regulations for interstate movement. What is required in a D/Q file, requirements for Drug and Alcohol, Federal Hours of Service, and Vehicle Maintenance. How Federal regulations differ from California Regulations.
Customized for employees who supervise those involved in a safety-sensitive position, and are required to have a minimum of two hours of training on Drug and Alcohol to aid in the recognition of the signs and symptoms of substance abuse.
Comprehensive training seminar that will assist companies with understanding and preparing for BIT audits. The material will be covered in-depth and a BIT Kit will be provided to each paid attendee.
This basic course should be mandatory for all employees who are involved with hazardous materials. Employers must ensure that each employee is trained initially within 90 days of employment and recertified every 36 months.
This class will teach students the proper paperwork that must be maintained for the required inspections. Hands on Training
This seminar provides direction on how to tackle FMCSA compliance factors, creating & implementing effective policies & procedures & OSHA-in-trucking issues. Learn techniques to alleviate some inherent stress of managing a safety & compliance program.
Satisfies the training requirements of Title 49 CFR, Part 382.603 for supervisors of employees who perform safety-sensitive functions. (i.e., operate CMV).
Designed to assist motor carriers with preparation for successful BIT inspections. Course gives a complete overview of the BIT inspection process and emphasizes frequent problem areas. A BIT KIT binder and additional reference material will be provided.
Satisfies the training requirements of Title 49 CFR, Part 172.704 for the trucking industry. This seminar is newly revised for 2019.