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Safety Training

Customized Safety Training

Safety is the main key to success in the trucking business. Being compliant is very important for your motor carrier business because a low CSA (Compliance, Safety, Accountability) score will keep you competitive in the market. A satisfactory safety rating will lead to a better load rating, more experienced drivers, lower insurance premiums, higher-rated brokers, and better cash flow.

To stay in compliance, you must have the knowledge and proper training.

For your individual safety needs we have

The General Safety Training will decrease your CSA safety scores and reduce accidents, accident costs, claims, driver turnover, training and office costs, and insurance premium.

Safety Manager Training will help you to establish a professional team with a strong knowledge of FMCSA rules and regulations.

Our program assesses your safety compliance with FMCSA’s regulations by organizing your roadside inspection, crash, and investigation data into seven safety behavior categories:

  • Unsafe Driving
  • Crash Indicator
  •  Hours-of-Service Compliance
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Controlled Substances/Alcohol
  • Hazardous Materials (HM) Compliance
  • Driver Fitness

Training your drivers will lead to a satisfactory safety rating, which will better load rating, lower insurance premiums, higher-rated brokers, and better cash flow.

Our driver’s training program covers all aspects of driver safety and will reduce driver turnover, cut hiring and training costs, and better your cash flow.

For your individual safety needs we have

The General Safety Training will decrease your CSA safety scores and reduce accidents, accident costs, claims, driver turnover, training and office costs, and insurance premium.

Safety Manager Training will help you to establish a professional team with a strong knowledge of FMCSA rules and regulations.

Our program assesses your safety compliance with FMCSA’s regulations by organizing your roadside inspection, crash, and investigation data into seven safety behavior categories:

  • Unsafe Driving
  • Crash Indicator
  •  Hours-of-Service Compliance
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Controlled Substances/Alcohol
  • Hazardous Materials (HM) Compliance
  • Driver Fitness

Training your drivers will lead to a satisfactory safety rating, which will better load rating, lower insurance premiums, higher-rated brokers, and better cash flow.

Our driver’s training program covers all aspects of driver safety and will reduce driver turnover, cut hiring and training costs, and better your cash flow.

Safety Training for Trucking Companies

Who is the training designed for?
What is in the training?

Safety Training for Carriers

01.

CSA: Measuring and Improving Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety

The SMS assesses your safety compliance with FMCSA’s regulations by organizing your roadside inspection, crash, and investigation data into seven safety behavior categories or BASICs:

02.

Driver Qualification file and hiring procedures

49 CFR 391 explains the minimum requirement for commercial vehicle drivers. Motor Carriers are required to maintain a qualification file for each of their drivers.

03.

DataQs

DataQs allows you to request and track a review of Federal and State data issued by FMCSA that you feel may be incomplete or incorrect. 

FMCSA Portal

04.

Hours of Service

The Hours of Service Driver Training curriculum will help drivers and carriers to be compliant while maximizing the available hours through a full understanding of how the limits affect safety and productivity.

05.

Reasonable Suspicion

This training is needed for your company to comply with the requirements of 49 CFR 382.603 (all persons designated to supervisor drivers must receive at least 60 minutes of training on alcohol misuse and 60 minutes of training on controlled substances use

06.

IFTA and Permits

IFTA – International Fuel Tax Agreement.

PERMITS – NM Weight Distance, NY Highway, and KYU Taxes are paid in the following month after each quarter, just like IFTA 

UCR Unified Carrier Registration

01.

CSA: Measuring and Improving Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety

The SMS assesses your safety compliance with FMCSA’s regulations by organizing your roadside inspection, crash, and investigation data into seven safety behavior categories or BASICs:

02.

Driver Qualification file and hiring procedures

49 CFR 391 explains the minimum requirement for commercial vehicle drivers. Motor Carriers are required to maintain a qualification file for each of their drivers.

03.

DataQs

DataQs allows you to request and track a review of Federal and State data issued by FMCSA that you feel may be incomplete or incorrect. 

FMCSA Portal

04.

Hours of Service

The Hours of Service Driver Training curriculum will help drivers and carriers to be compliant while maximizing the available hours through a full understanding of how the limits affect safety and productivity.

05.

Reasonable Suspicion

This training is needed for your company to comply with the requirements of 49 CFR 382.603 (all persons designated to supervisor drivers must receive at least 60 minutes of training on alcohol misuse and 60 minutes of training on controlled substances use

06.

IFTA and Permits

IFTA – International Fuel Tax Agreement.

PERMITS – NM Weight Distance, NY Highway, and KYU Taxes are paid in the following month after each quarter, just like IFTA 

UCR Unified Carrier Registration

Training for Drivers

— 01

Vehicle Inspections and Road Side Inspections

Drivers must do all they can to avoid accidents, roadside breakdowns, and lost road time due to poor vehicle condition. Conducting vehicle inspections helps drivers keep their vehicles in good working order. This program is designed to help properly prepare drivers for roadside inspections and help them understand the consequences of a failed inspection.

— 02

Accident Procedures and Collision Avoidance Systems

Accident Procedures: Training Series is designed to help drivers understand what to do after being involved in (or witnessing) an accident.

Collision Avoidance Systems program is designed to give drivers an overview of the different collision avoidance systems that are now allowing drivers to better protect themselves from road hazards.

— 03

CMV Driver Basics

CMV Driver Basics:

Focuses on four topics that must be covered: driver qualification, driver wellness, hours of service, and whistleblower protection. Can be used in conjunction with our Hours of Service Rules for Property-Carrying CMV Drivers program.

— 04

Hours of Service

The Hours of Service Driver Training curriculum will help drivers and carriers to be compliant while maximizing the available hours through a full understanding of how the limits affect safety and productivity.

— 05

Hazmat Transportation

Hazmat Transportation: Driver Training helps meet the initial and recurrent training requirements in four required areas under 49 CFR 172.704: General Awareness, Function-Specific, Safety, and Security Awareness.

— 03

CMV Driver Basics

CMV Driver Basics:

Focuses on four topics that must be covered: driver qualification, driver wellness, hours of service, and whistleblower protection. Can be used in conjunction with our Hours of Service Rules for Property-Carrying CMV Drivers program.

— 04

Hours of Service

The Hours of Service Driver Training curriculum will help drivers and carriers to be compliant while maximizing the available hours through a full understanding of how the limits affect safety and productivity.

— 05

Hazmat Transportation

Hazmat Transportation: Driver Training helps meet the initial and recurrent training requirements in four required areas under 49 CFR 172.704: General Awareness, Function-Specific, Safety, and Security Awareness.

— 06

Cargo Securement for CMV

Cargo Securement Flatbeds covers the requirements of the cargo securement standard, and will help to clarify the rules for carriers and drivers so you can avoid citations and fines from being out of compliance.

Dry Van Cargo Securement covers: securement requirements and proper securement techniques for various types of dry vans and reefers, how to determine the number of tiedowns, securement devices, and more.

— 07

Defensive Driving for CMV Drivers

Defensive driving begins with the principle that you can avoid being the cause of an accident and can avoid being involved in an accident caused by another driver’s actions. Defensive driving involves intentionally driving in such a way as to reduce the risk of an accident.

Training for Safety Managers

Safety Managers Will Learn

Safety Managers Will Learn

Happy Clients

5/5
Daniela Pavlova is our Safety Consultant for over 7 years. She is a very attentive, knowledgeable and detail focused person with a great personality. Thanks to her professionalism and dedication to her client's needs we have been able to pass with excellent scores on a few DOT and IFTA audits.
Zhana Asenova
5/5
Freight Consulting US was recommended by a close friend of mine. I was pleasantly surprised by the professional services offered by Daniela. Her extensive knowledge of DOT's rules and regulations was well conveyed in an easy approachable manner, which helped me deal with IFTA requirements and reporting, and quickly understanding recent FMCSA compliance regulations changes.
Lyubislava Velinova
5/5
Daniela Pavlova from Fright Consulting. US is a very knowledgeable person with a lot of experience. Great personality and dedication to her clients are making her so valuable. She is exactly what we need to grow our business and stay in compliance.
Antonia Geratlieva
5/5
Daniela Pavlova is our Safety Consultant for over 7 years. She is a very attentive, knowledgeable and detail focused person with a great personality. Thanks to her professionalism and dedication to her client's needs we have been able to pass with excellent scores on a few DOT and IFTA audits.
Zhana Asenova
5/5
Freight Consulting US was recommended by a close friend of mine. I was pleasantly surprised by the professional services offered by Daniela. Her extensive knowledge of DOT's rules and regulations was well conveyed in an easy approachable manner, which helped me deal with IFTA requirements and reporting, and quickly understanding recent FMCSA compliance regulations changes.
Lyubislava Velinova
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