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We know that DOT Compliance is complicated and it can be difficult to know what the regulations are.
Whether you are new to the industry and encountering a DOT New Entrant Safety Audit or facing a DOT Compliance Review, we are ready to help.
If the Department of Transportation is requiring you to prepare a Corrective Action Plan or if you have been given a conditional
safety rating and need to do a Safety Upgrade Request contact ESC.
ESC employs DOT Compliance Specialist who will assist you with your DOT Compliance & Training. We Guarantee that our instruction is engaging and informative. Please contact us to request a proposal for assistance with a Compliace Audit & Training.
We will provide answers to the following questions and more:
Understanding Violations and Minimizing FinesThere are thousands of things you are SUPPOSED to do. But there are certain things that YOU REALLY NEED TO FOCUS ON because they are critical and acute violations. Some of these can result in an Out of Service Order, putting you out of business indefinitely. There are also '16 Deadly Sins' that can cause you to automatically fail an audit. We will cover these AND the new hot-button topics the FMCSA has introduced with CSA. We will include tips and tricks to help minimize fines from prior violations, and steps to take moving forward that will help you avoid them altogether.
This DOT compliance seminar is designed for management and supervisors of new DOT entrants, human resource professionals with safety responsibilities, or even experienced Safety and Operations professionals that just want to stay current with the changing landscape. All attendees will receive a Certificate of Completion to keep on file. Topics addressed in this workshop include, but are not limited to:
1. We will share with you a tried and proven way to manage driver logs and decrease violations in
what can be the most frustrating BASIC.
2. We will teach you how to organize, audit, and perform QC checks on logs, as well as counsel
and educate your drivers.
3. We will define a compliant driver log, show examples of log violations, and explain some tips and
tricks for identifying violations when auditing.
4. We will discuss individual concerns and issues with attendees.
We will also discuss the new rule about Electronic On-board Recorders (EOBR) and why you might not want to wait until the DOT makes them mandatory, as well as the latest HOS rule changes that went into effect in February 2012 and others that will take effect in June 2013.
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