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Las Vegas NV DOT Compliance 4 day DOT Seminar Presented by DOT Compliance Help Inc

AUGUST 22, 23, 24, & 25, 2017 

DOT Overview
Intro, Who We Are, Who You Are, DOT Agencies, TLAs, MCS-150, CSA BASICs, Utilizing SMS, Why good scores are important, FMCSA in the news, Important Resources, How to use these resources to start up your safety program, The DOT calls you and Compliance Review Prep, more resources, and the BASICs’ names and violations review

Load Securement
Steps to Compliance (train drivers, train management, review paperwork), check your SMS scores for violations, required paperwork, & how to help drivers drive a safe load

Supervisor Drug & Alcohol Training
Drugs and Controlled Substances Abuse & Symptoms, Alcohol Misuse and Symptoms, Types of Testing, Proper Notification, Paperwork, Refusal to Test, TPAs, Collection Site Security & Direct Observation, Case Studies

Q&A

Roadside Inspection Survival
What Officers are Watching Out For, How to Train your drivers to successfully navigate an inspection, What prep work can save your scores, DataQ’s – In case something goes wrong, What the most common violations are and how to avoid them

Driver Qualification
Driver Application (page by page), Common violations & how to avoid them, How to use the hiring process to find safe drivers, Compliant Drivers help Lower Scores, Lower Fines, and Fewer Accidents

Hours of Service \ Fatigued Driving
Definition, Who is Your Adversary? (Could it be you?), Falsification and Scheduling, Driver Fatigue is the real safety issue, 75% of Driver OOS Violations are Hours of Service related, Paperwork – reflective and truthful, New Hours of Service Rules, Exemptions, Local Driving, 7-Day Sheet, Form and Manner, Fines, and EOBRs

Q&A

Unsafe Driving 
Definition, The DQ Process and Unsafe Driving, Insurance & MVRs, State & Local Laws, Accident versus Crash terminology, Complete cost of an crash, Combat distracted driving with defensive driving, 5 Golden Keys, Safety Program & Training Methods, Eligibility Criteria, High-Tech Tools (& Not-So High-Tech Tools)

CMV Maintenance Management
Why we separate Load Securement, Core Documents & Regulations, understanding the relationship between DVIRs & Maintenance, & how to stay on top of the schedule

Accident Prevention\Countermeasures
Few Regulations But Big Expectations, What your insurance company considers risky, What is a DOT Recordable Crash?, train the drivers, MGT, & Dispatchers, Do’s & Don’ts of Taking Pictures, Accident Reporting, Accident Register, Investigation, Organizing Countermeasures

Q&A

Policies and Plans
Hiring & Retention Criteria, Policy and Procedure Writing, Distracted Driving\ Cell Phone Policies, Safety Management Plans & Procedures, Security Plans

Critical & Acute Violations
Discussion of the Critical and Acute Violations, Last Minute Audit Prep, What You Can Still Fix, Who knows what, Set up a quiet place, What to say and what NOT to say

Train the Trainer

Mandatory Entry Level Driver Training (Hours of Service, Driver Qualification, Whistleblower Protection, Load Securement, Wellness, Roadside Inspection Survival, Driver Drug & Alcohol Training, North American Fatigue Management Program)

Enhancing Public Safety
Anti-Terrorism, Anti-Hijacking, The New Global Harmonization System, Training Drivers to be aware of their surroundings

Q&A

4-Day DOT COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION CONFERENCES

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Who should attend: (but not limited to)

If you are new to the transportation industry. If you have taken a new position at your company that requires you to understand DOT Compliance and Fleet Safety. If you are in a compliance support position with a need to know. If you just need a refresher. Supervisors of Drivers, Lead Drivers, Drivers, Shipping Managers, Traffic Managers, Fleet Managers, Logistics Managers, Compliance Manager, Transportation Managers, Safety Directors, Safety Managers, Safety Engineering Managers, Vice President/General Managers, Presidents/Owners , Administrators, Human Resource Managers, and anyone else involved in the support/operations of motor vehicles

We travel to Las Vegas several times each year, to provide DOT seminars for clients who travel from neighboring states as well as Nevada businesses. Many people find Vegas a convenient meeting place, at the crossroads of the tourism, manufacturing, construction and entertainment industries. We always use hotels that do not allow smoking and that do not include gaming venues, as these are not conducive to a quality training experience. Our clients come to learn about DOT Safety regulations in areas including driver qualification, drug & alcohol testing, hours of service limitations and maintenance as well as other areas in our four-day DOT Workshops.

Many customers in the southwestern United States have found a trip to Las Vegas is a good place to get away from the constant distractions of the workplace and concentrate on professional development.