DOT 101 Overview Seminar with Roadside Inspection Survival Course and Hours of Service Workshop
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (PST)
San Antonio, TX
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This DOT compliance workshop is designed for management and supervisors of new DOT entrants, human resource professionals with safety responsibilities, or even experienced Safety and Operations professionals that just want to stay current with the changing landscape.
You will receive a certificate outlining your training.
The Hours of Service Workshop covers:
Hourly Rules, Exemptions, Local Driving, 7-day sheet, HoS Monitoring, Form & Manner, False Logs, Documents during Audit, Fines, EOBRs, Hours of Service Definition, Who is Your Adversary (Could it be you?), Falsification and Scheduling), "Driver Fatigue is the real safety issue", 75% of Driver OOS Violations are HoS, Paperwork – reflective and truthful, On-duty vs. Off-duty
...and much more, including sample logs, violations, documents and time for individual questions.
The Roadside Inspection Survival Course covers:
Violations that come from Roadside Inspections, and The Most Commonly Affected BASICs during Roadside Inspections, including Unsafe Driving, Maintenance, Load Securement, Hours of Service, Driver's Logs, Driver Qualification (med Cards, Licenses, etc.) Driver's Logs, Crash Indicator, Distracted Driving\Cell Phones....
...with tons of samples and examples!
The Overview Portion covers:
Compliance Safety Accountability (CSA)
Seven (7) BASICs with the Safety Measurement System (SMS)
FMCSA, DOT, PHMSA, and State agencies and how they interact
Hours of Service rules, monitoring and auditing procedures
Driver Qualification Process and Files
DOT rules for drug and alcohol testing and all paperwork that is required
Maintenance procedures and required documentation
Accident register and other documentation, as well as accident countermeasures
Required training for all employees
We will provide answers to the following questions and more:
What is CSA and how does it affect you?
What is a BASIC?
What does the DOT (and everyone with internet access) know about your company?
Are you required to have Motor Carrier (MC) Authority?
What are the MOST IMPORTANT things you need to understand about Driver Fitness, Drug and Alcohol Testing, Fatigued Driving, and Vehicle Maintenance BASICs?
... and much, much more!
When & Where
DOT Compliance Help, Inc.
DOT Compliance Help, Inc. is a full-service consulting firm specializing in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.
We realize that the rules are complex and can be difficult to interpret which is why we are here.
Whether it's training, onsite consulting, or both, we can help you understand your responsibilities as a motor carrier and develop and document a compliant transportation safety program for your company.