Our company offers sixteen DOT related training courses which are custom built around the same Federal and State DOT training classes that are only offered to DOT Law Enforcement Officers. These courses were constructed to pass on our expert knowledge from the field to your company for an added layer of protection. An educated team is one of the most efficient ways to avoid costly fines and a reduction in your safety rating.
Motor Carriers, Owner/ Operators and CDL Driver Course Offerings
Classes of Drivers Licenses: This course examines the differences between the different classes of Licenses. It will also distinguish the different endorsements, restrictions, and why they are important.
Compliance Safety and Accountability Program: This course closely examines the reach of the FMCSA Compliance Safety and Accountability (CSA) program. Attendees will gain insight into the Federal Program and how it effects all Motor Carriers and Regulated Drivers
Load Securement: This course explores the North American Cargo Securement Standards as set forth in the Federal Regulations. It will examine the regulations and procedures that should be followed when securing various types of cargo.
Over Length, Width, and Height Permits: This course examines State length, width, and height laws. It will also examine permitting movements that are over allowed dimensions and provide an overview the variety of permits that are available and how to obtain the proper permits.
Record of Duty Status: This course has been designed to explain the Hours of Service record keeping requirements.
Registration Law: This course examines the State Registration Laws.
Roadside Compliance: This course examines practical procedures CDL drivers and Motor Carriers can do to yield the best results from a random roadside inspection.
Roadside Inspection Procedures: This course is designed to explain the Hours of Service record keeping requirements.
Roadside Inspection Survival: This course focuses on issues that motor carriers and drivers are faced with when being stopped for routine DOT roadside inspection.
Weight and Bridge Law & Over-Weight Permits: This course examines the regulations concerning State Weight Law, Bridge Law, and Over Dimensional Permits. In addition, it will examine the numerous cargo specific permits.
Motor Carriers, Administrative Personnel and Office Staff Course Offerings
Administrative Compliance: This course examines the complex issues of Administrative Compliance and teach the required DOT files, forms, and procedures that motor carriers are required to maintain.
Classes of Drivers Licenses: This course focuses on the differences between the different classes of Licenses. It also focuses on the different endorsements, restrictions, and their importance.
Compliance Safety and Accountability Program: This course will closely examines the reach of the FMCSA CSA Program and will provide insight into the Federal Program and how it effects all Motor Carriers and Regulated Drivers.
Controlled Substance and Alcohol Testing: This course focuses on the DOT regulations concerning Controlled substances and Alcohol Testing Programs. It will also include evaluation and suggestions of third-party administrators and consortiums
Driver Qualification: This course teaches the regulations and processes used by motor carriers to qualify Federally Regulated drivers.
Maintenance and Management of Records: This course is designed to explore the regulations concerning Regulated Vehicle maintenance files.
New Company Start Up: This course examines the processes of starting a new trucking company. It will cover administrative compliance and the steps and processes you must have in place before you start operating. This course includes the “Administrative Compliance” Course.