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When you buy the bundle, you get access to our complete training program to download or watch online.
+ 3 hours of monthly coaching/support for any of your DOT related questions AND our company filing system download ($1,500 value).
This course is an introduction to the FMCSA, which is perfect for anyone just starting out. You will be given a thorough review of all of the agencies, definitions, and beginner basics.
The FMCSA uses 6 factors when performing a Compliance Review of your company. This course was designed to give you an overview of each factor so you’re prepared when it’s time to work with the FMCSA.
Ensuring your drivers have the appropriate CDL or even Non-Commercial Drivers License is key to ensuring compliance with the regulations. If you utilize pick-ups and small vehicles in your fleet, this course is a must-have.
Learn everything you need about Driver Qualification files as well as how to recruit, hire, onboard, retain, and manage, drivers.
Learn everything you need to know about post-accident procedures as well as how to train your drivers, what you will need in case of an audit, and if and when drug testing should occur.
This course is a full overview of the Hours of Service Regulations. Even if you are using ELD’s, AOBRD’s, Timesheets, etc., the rules can be tricky.
Whether you like ELD’s or not, you may be required to have them. This course teaches you exactly how the DOT will audit those systems. We will walk through what they look for, and what you need to do to ensure you don’t get in trouble for an ELD system mistake.
If you are in the Oil & Gas Industry and regulated by the DOT/FMCSA, this course is a must. It covers the Hours of Service exemptions that you may qualify for. Not all operations qualify for both parts of the exemption so understanding is important.
You may stay within a 100 air-mile radius, but did you know a lot of companies don’t actually qualify for the exemption? This course will teach you exactly what you need to know about the requirements, and how to stay in compliance if you are exempt.
In this course, we show you what the FMCSA looks for, how to create file keeping systems, and useful tips for managing fleet maintenance.
FMCSA Supervisor D&A Reasonable Suspicion Training is required for all supervisors within your company. If you’re someone who has already completed Reasonable Suspicion training and just want a refresher, or this is your first time and you need to get the required training, this course is for you. After taking this course, you will receive a certificate of completion that will provide proof of compliance that meets the requirements outlined in 49 CFR 382.603.
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