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Roadside Inspections: The Top 20 Violations (TNSO63B)

Presented by: Mark Dixon
 
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  •  Thu, October 20, 2016
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Best Prepare Your Drivers and Vehicles for a Roadside Inspection Anytime, Anywhere!

Roadside Inspections are examinations of commercial motor vehicles and/or drivers by Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program (MCSAP) Inspectors. MCSAP Inspectors conduct roadside inspections on commercial motor vehicles and drivers to check that they are in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs) and/or Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMRs). Roadside inspections are a fact of life for owner-operators and other drivers. The main purpose of a roadside inspection is to give the commercial motor vehicle and its driver an on-the-spot safety check-up. Specially trained inspectors from all 50 states plus Canada and Mexico perform roadside inspections.

The procedures and training were developed and are maintained by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA). CVSA is an organization of state, local, provincial and federal officials responsible for administration and enforcement of motor carrier safety laws/regulations in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. People from the industry are also welcome and are encouraged to join CVSA. Motor carrier inspectors use the North American Uniform Out-of-Service Criteria maintained by CVSA to determine whether a violation is so severe that the commercial motor vehicle or driver must be placed out of service.

Once a vehicle or driver has been declared “out-of-service,” motor carriers may not require (or permit) a driver to operate it until the unacceptable conditions specified in the “out-of-service” notice have been corrected. Roadside inspections can occur practically anywhere. With advances in technology and enforcement procedures, roadside inspections are no longer limited to being conducted at permanent facilities located along our highways. Portable and mobile inspection sites that can be set up at rest areas, truck stops, or rural roadways are commonplace in many states.

Roadside inspections can affect anyone, regardless of the size of the trucking company an individual owns or operates. Join expert speaker Mark Dixon in this session to understand the top 20 violations found in roadside inspections and know how you can avoid them. This presentation will provide all of the information you will need to be best prepared for your drivers when undergoing a Roadside Inspection.

Session Highlights

  • Overview of the Top 20 Violations occurring in Roadside Inspections
  • Types of Roadside Inspections
  • Overview of a “Typical” Level I Inspection
  • The Roadside Inspection Report
  • Being placed “Out of Service”
  • How to be best prepared for a Roadside Inspection

Who should attend

  • Trucking Company Owners
  • Safety Management
  • Operations Management
  • Equipment and Repair Management
  • Drivers
  • Driver Trainers
About Our Speaker(s)

Mark Dixon | Truck Driver Safety Issues SpeakerMark Dixon
In 1990, after a successful career in Sales and Sales Management, Mark Dixon changed gears. He left the rat race, dog eat dog world of the sales arena, went to truck driving school, attained a Class A CDL License, and hit the freedom of the open road as an 'Over the Road' truck driver. His children were growing taller,... More info

 
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    Event Title: Roadside Inspections: The Top 20 Violations
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