Irrespective of the size, the standards and requirements that are set forth by the “Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations” publication of the United States Department of Transportation (DOT), are the same for every trucking company. It does not matter whether you have 10 drivers or 1,010 drivers, the requirements, rules, and regulations apply equally to all, which also includes the fines associated with any infractions. Every large trucking company incorporates safety departments that employ regulatory compliance experts to ensure that they comply with the Federal guidelines. However, the cost of a full-time safety individual ensuring that it is in their limited budget entities, cannot be always be justified by the small and medium sized companies, yet they are still held at the same accountability as the big companies.
Get experts strategies from expert speaker, Mark Dixon, who specializes in getting small- and medium-sized trucking companies DOT Compliant. Mark will provide you the basic requirements to survive a DOT Audit, set up a compliant safety department, and run a safe trucking concern.
An infraction in a DOT Audit can result in severe financial penalties, this session will give you expert strategies to avoid or survive an audit. Going through DOT compliance information can be tedious and boring; this session will distill a considerable amount of information in an easy-to-understand and interesting manner.
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 presentation will present all of the tools needed for you to get compliant and stay there.
Who Should Attend
The target audience should include 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.
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