My Shopping Cart
 
There are no items in your shopping cart.


Roadside Inspections: The Top 20 Violations and Cargo Securement (TNS675A)

Presented by: Mark Dixon
 
(*) Single User Price. For multiple users please call 1-800-223-8720
Pre Recorded Webinar
60 minutes
  •  Thu, June 29, 2017
Event Description
See the sneak peek before you buy!
 

Staying on the Right Side of the FMCSA During Roadside Inspections

Roadside inspections are examinations of commercial motor vehicles by Motor Carrier Safety Inspectors, who conduct roadside inspections on commercial motor vehicles and drivers to check that they are in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and/or Hazardous Materials Regulations, according to the FMCSA, the agency that performs the inspections along with the DOT Motor Carrier Division. In 2016 alone, the FMCSA conducted over 3.4 million roadside inspections.

Roadside inspections are a daily occurrence for drivers. The main purpose of roadside inspections is to allow these inspectors to carry out random safety checks, usually – but not always – at weigh station inspection stations. Motor carrier inspectors use the North American Uniform Out-of-Service Criteria to determine whether a violation will result in a citation, and if the violation is severe enough, the driver may be placed out of service. Once declared “out-of-service,” the driver cannot operate a CMV until the violations are corrected. Roadside inspections can occur almost anywhere and are not limited to being conducted at weigh stations. In fact, portable inspection sites can be set up at rest areas or truck stops or on rural roadways. Load securement is always one of the items scrutinized in all roadside inspections – not only flatbed loads but dry van load securement is a key compliance area as well.

This presentation by expert speaker Mark Dixon will address the crucial criteria for compliance with federal regulations and explain what trucking company owners as well as drivers need to be aware of in order to stay on the right side of the FMCSA during roadside inspections. Attendees will learn all about roadside inspections, the different types, the top 20 violations, the consequences, and how to be best prepared when undergoing an inspection. Load securement will also be covered during this conference.

Session Highlights

  • Overview of the top twenty 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
  • Load securement and how to ensure secure loading

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

 
Recommend this event to a colleague
  • Your Name:
  • Your E-mail:
  • Colleague's Name:
  • Colleague's E-mail:
  •  
    Subject: You might be interested in this event from AudioSolutionz
    Event Title: Roadside Inspections: The Top 20 Violations and Cargo Securement
    Presenter(s): Mark Dixon

 
 
 
Our Accreditation Partners
DMCA.com Protection Status