A record of safe operation of commercial vehicles by an operator can result in lower operating costs (i.e. lower insurance premiums and fines) and improved marketability (i.e.: association with a safety-conscious carrier). Additionally, an unacceptable safety rating can result in the reduction or removal of operating privileges
Building on the experience gained through the Fleet Driver Trainer Course, this workshop provides a more detailed review of regulatory compliance issues related to maintaining an acceptable carrier safety rating. Participants are introduced to general operational policy and process principles as well as specific standards and regulations associated with establishing a safety rating.
Upon successful completion, participants will be able to:
understand the purpose, structure and application of standards, regulations and processes that contribute to a carrier’s safety rating;
- understand and explain issue-specific terminology; and
demonstrate an understanding of general operational policy and process principles which, when appropriately applied, can assist a carrier in upholding standards that will contribute to an acceptable safety rating.
Format: Classroom: workshop style instruction with interactive discussion and practical exercises.
Resources: Supplied: Participant’s manual.
Evaluation: Written evaluation, participation and full attendance.
Certification: Certificate of Completion
Prerequisites: None. For safety and compliance supervisors, prior completion of the Fleet Driver Trainer Course is strongly recommended.
Duration: 1 day.
Course Dates: 2016: June 15, November 16