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This webinar will give you general knowledge of navigating the regulations concerning transporting hazardous materials. We will break down the nine classes of HM and show how the information is used in the table to generate the bills of lading. Marking of packages and placarding of vehicles will be discussed as well as some exceptions to the rules.
Seminar will include review of 49 CFR, Part 395, related interpretations and exemptions, along with work projects on familiarization and auditing a driver's record of duty status (logbook). This seminar will also address ELD Regulations.
Registration: 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Seminar : 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
This seminar is live only. Attendees will be required to participate at the scheduled time. No recordings will be made available after the seminar.
Seminar: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Instructor: Angel Arzaga of NATMI
For more information about the course, please visit www.natmi.org.
This Webinar will include discussion and video to help in determining reasonable suspicion of alcohol misuse and/or use of controlled substances by employees. The training meets the federal requirements of Part 382.603.
Seminar: 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Instructor: John Rigney, Safety Director
Presented by NATMI: The courses are applicable toward NATMI’s nationally recognized, university accredited certification programs. Taking the courses is the first step toward earning a credential that will help you become a more competent professional, earn industry recognition and credibility in court testimony.
CSS Course Description: This “Fleet Safety 101” program is designed to provide training on effective implementation of safety-related policies and procedures. A training requirement for NATMI’s safety certification program, this course is designed for line-level safety supervisors, with the basic emphasis on what they need to do and when and how to do it. Managers of small fleets and experienced safety professionals seeking a refresher on technical issues will find this course helpful as well. You’ll gain technical knowledge taught within the context of the importance of safety and applying a quality management approach to safety program implementation. Some pre-reading is also required.
CDS Course Description: This course is designed to provide transportation safety directors and prospective safety directors with the vision and skills that they need to manage an effective safety program. Participants will be playing the role of a newly hired safety director at a company in need of a safety overhaul. Through case-based scenarios, learn how to “sell” safety to top management, foster a safety “culture” in the organization, demonstrate safety’s Return on Investment, and consistently improve the safety of company operations using quality management approaches.
For more information about the course, please visit www.NATMI.org.
This webinar will discuss the procedure inspectors use for determining compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations through the National Uniform Driver Vehicle Inspection Program. The 37 step inspection will be broken down to illustrate what is required to successfully navigate a Level I roadside inspection.
Attending this class will better prepare you for compliance to CSA. The seminar will include discussion and overview of state and federal laws and regulations governing the motor carrier industry and commercial motor vehicles, e.g. driver qualifications files, commercial driver licenses, hours of service, drug and alcohol tests, etc. Each attendee will also receive the management edition of the current FMCSR handbook and Driver Qualifications File.
Seminar: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Presentation by John Rigney, PMTA Safety Directo
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