Scheduled Training Seminars

"How to Survive a DOT Audit and Roadside Inspection"

Helps you comply with 49 CFR 390.3(e). Fast paced 5-hour training seminar on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations for Owners, Operators, Office & Safety Managers, Safety Directors and Supervisors. WHO SHOULD ATTEND?: New Motor Carriers (New Entrants), Haz Mat Transporters, Sand & Gravel Haulers, Septic Haulers, Concrete Haulers, Finished and Unfinished Forest Products Haulers, Tow Truck & Recovery Operators, Landscapers, Passenger Carriers, Freight Haulers, Heavy Equipment Haulers, Paving Contractors, Refuse and Waste Haulers, Household Goods Movers, State and Municipal Public Works Officials, Building Contractors, Plumbing, Heating and Electrical Contractors, Beer Distributors, Utility Contractors, New & Used Truck Dealers, Steel & Metal Distributors, Scrap Metal Haulers, Livestock Transporters, Logistics Operators, Transport Brokers, Bridge & Road Construction Contractors, Land Clearing Contractors, Farmers, Owner Operators, Trainers and any company that uses vehicles or vehicles and trailers to transport passengers or property in the furtherance of their commercial enterprises.

Training includes DOTís mandatory training requirements and the civil liability consequences (NEGLIGENCE) of failure to train employees, failure to comply and failure to supervise your commercial vehicle drivers.

What we cover: DOTís electronic records system ďSAFERĒ, MCMIS and DOTís new CSA/SMS rating program, DOTís Cell Phone Ban, Drug & Alcohol Testing, CDL Rules, Financial Responsibility, Marking Commercial Motor Vehicles, Accident Records, DOTís Training Requirements, How to Qualify a Driver and put together his/her Driver Qualification File, Dealing with Disqualified Drivers, Driver Investigation History Requirements, Employing Multiple Employer Drivers, Using Drivers furnished by other Motor Carriers, DOTís Rules of the Road, Pre-trip Inspection Procedures, Drug & Alcohol Prohibitions, Materials of Trade Exceptions for Spare Fuel, Parts & Accessories Needed for Safe Operation, Understanding The North American Standard Out-of-Service Criteria, Cargo Securement Requirements, Inspection, Repair & Maintenance Procedure and Recordkeeping Requirements, Brake Inspector Qualifications and Recordkeeping Requirements, Periodic Vehicle Inspection Requirements, Drivers Hours of Service, Tips on Auditing Drivers Logs and Time Records, Electronic Logging Devices and much more.

How is it presented?: PowerPoint© Slides, Hands-on Demonstrations, Video and Handouts.

Training Materials: Each attendee will receive a copy of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations óManagement Edition with DOTís Official Interpretation (Guidance), Drug & Alcohol Educational Material, CDL Flow Chart, DOT Accident Register, Driver Qualification File, Vehicle Maintenance Folder, Driver Record of Duty Status and Driver Vehicle Inspection Report.

Includes a live Internet demonstration of the SAFER website and the CSA Safety Measurement System (SMS).†

Cost: $150 per person (includes all training materials and refreshments)

A Certificate of Training will be issued at the conclusion of the seminar.
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Peasley Safety Consulting LLC
P.O. Box 731
Henniker, NH 03242
Local: 603-428-6180
Email: [email protected]