DOT Safety Compliance Training Online

Is your team equipped to handle the complexities of DOT regulations? Experience the benefits of DOT safety compliance training online that can make a difference.

Our online FMCSA safety and compliance course is a one day LIVE instructor led training program designed to provide carriers with safety training that will get you and your team up to speed on motor carrier safety topics you need to know.

  • Learn from any location
  • Live interaction with instructor
  • Skilled instructors with real world experience
  • No travel costs

What’s Inside The Training Course

Our DOT 101 training class is our premier compliance course for owners, managers, supervisors and office personnel. This class gives you the rundown on all the fundamentals and best practices you need to know and is delivered live. Topics in this course include:

  • When do the regulations apply?
  • Drug and alcohol rules
  • Driver qualification files
  • Hours of Service Rules
  • Short Haul Exemptions
  • The Safety Management System
  • When do you need a CDL?
  • When do you need a medical card?
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • The six DOT audit factors
  • Accidents and Incidents
  • Introduction to Hazmat
  • and more!

Register Today For LIVE Online Training!

These are not boring ‘off the shelf’ videos. All training courses listed are LIVE instructor led courses that allow students ask questions and get answers!

May 30th, 2024

June 13th, 2024

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August 15th, 2024

Driver Qualification Files

Do you know what FMCSA looks for in a driver qualification file?

Learn how to proper set up driver qualification files, what documents your required to keep and for how long. You’ll also learn some fundamental best practices to ensure your DQ files are compliant!

Drug and Alcohol Testing Requirements

Do you know what percentage rates you should test your drivers? Do you know what drivers you should include in your testing?

 Get familiar with drug and alcohol rules that will help you to manage your companies drug and alcohol program.

Hours of Service

Navigating DOT hours of service rules can get confusing.

We help cut through the confusion and explain hours of service rules and potential violations. Learn how to mange your companies HOS program and ELDs the right way.

Vehicle Maintenance

Do you know what documents your require to retain in your vehicle file? Do you have files for all of your vehicles?

Learn what maintenance documentation you’re required to keep in your files. We’ll show you how you can cross reference company documents to ensure your maintenance program in compliant.

What To Expect From Our DOT Training.

For business owners and safety leaders seeking comprehensive FMCSA compliance knowledge, this intensive online training program leaves no stone unturned.

Participants will receive a deep dive into the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, exploring each of the key components in detail.

Whether you’re establishing a new safety program or refining an existing one, this course provides the specialized expertise needed to navigate FMCSA regulations with confidence.

Transform Your DOT Training With TCP Compliance.

Your team will acquire a practical knowledge of DOT rules, enabling you to prepare for audits and inspections, reduce CSA scores, enhance maintenance and inspection procedures. Our training helps to mitigate the risk of costly fines or violations arising from non-compliance.

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Why Should You Get DOT Training For Your Company?

There are tons of reasons why training is beneficial for your operations. In some cases training is mandatory (like hazmat) but primarily it helps improve your company’s understanding of the regulations which in turn helps a company keep their CSA scores down and manage their risk.

Are Your Vehicles Regulated?

If your business operates any vehicles that fall within the DOT definition of a CMV in the regulations, you’ll be regulated, it doesn’t matter if you’re a for-hire carrier or a private carrier. Here are just a few types of businesses that may be regulated under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs):

  • Trucking Companies
  • Fleet management companies
  • Manufacturers and distributors
  • Courier and delivery companies
  • Bus/passenger carriers
  • Construction operations
  • LTL Carriers
  • Waste management companies
  • and lots more…

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