Regardless of how big they are, every trucking company is held under the same strict requirements and standards as has been set forth by the ‘Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations' of United States Department of Transportation. You could have either 10 or 1000 drivers, but the rules, regulations and requirements apply to everyone equally, which includes fines for rule-breaking. Safety departments are common in all large trucking companies, and they employ regulatory compliance experts who ensure that everything is in place when it comes to Federal guidelines. However, small and medium sized organizations can't always justify the cost of having full-time compliance experts in their limited budgets, but they would still be held as much accountable as the big companies, when it comes to the regulations.
In this webinar, expert speaker Mark Dixon, who specializes in getting small and medium sized trucking companies DOT Compliant, will be using the information utilized in his consulting concerns in the presentation. . One infraction in a DOT Audit could result in a fine many times higher than the cost of this presentation. This is an invaluable opportunity to learn the basic requirements to set up a compliant safety department, survive a DOT Audit, and run a happy and safe trucking concern. If you own or operate a trucking company, regardless of size, DOT Compliance is not an option, it is required. Don't wait for the DOT to knock on your door to get compliant. This webinar will present all of the tools required to achieve compliance and stay there.
Who Should Attend
All key individuals within a trucking company who will be responsible for, and implement all safety related requirements as mandated by the USDOT, i.e., Owners, Safety Management, Operations Management, human resource professionals from transportation and logistics industry ,equipment professionals, auto manufacturers and transportation managers.
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