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SAFETY TRAINING

SAFETY IS A SHARED RESPONSIBILITY

DRIVER QUALIFICATION TRAINING

Commercial drivers are safety-sensitive employees.  Truck drivers perform a job that can impact their own safety and the public’s safety. The U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (DOT/FMCSA) mandates that all carriers maintain a driver qualification file for all drivers.

This course trains drivers and employers on how to prepare and maintain a complete driver file compliant with DOT/FMSCA.

HOURS OF SERVICE / ELOG TRAINING

The Department of Transportation and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (DOT/FMCSA) mandates hours of service.  Regulation changes related to Hours of Service (HOS) and Electronic Log Devices (ELD) are constant and must be followed to ensure compliance and safety.


This training covers DOT/FMCSA Hours of Service (HOS) regulations and requirements. Learn about the exceptions to the DOT/FMCSA's hours of service rules and how to comply.

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PROMOTING SAFETY

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE

Bloodborne pathogens are bacteria, viruses, and other pathogenic micro-organisms that are too small to be seen and can only be detected by sophisticated medical tests. Most workplaces, large and small, have first responders - people who are trained to give first aid when someone is ill or injured.

This training covers: Preventive and control measures; experience and exposure; when to observe an injury, and exposure control.

ROADSIDE SAFETY & INSPECTIONS TRAINING

Safety & Accountability: Preventive safety measures are key to running a successful business and help to avoid out of service violations.  For a safe and efficient trucking operation, the 6 levels of DOT Inspections is taught in this training course.

This training covers all state and federal requirements needed while driving.  It provides a complete overview of the 6 levels of DOT inspection; with questions answered.

DISTRACTED DRIVER TRAINING

Distracted driving is the act of driving while engaging in other activities that distract the driver’s attention away from the road.  Distractions compromise the safety of the driver, passengers, pedestrians, and people in other vehicles.

This training covers: Types of Distractions; Visual, Physical and Mental Distractions; Inattention Blindness; Distracted Driving Strategies; Distracted Driving and Road Rage; Positive Steps to Avoid Distractions.

This training is designed for professional drivers or those who spend most of their working day driving.

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