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DOT Compliance and Training 

Even if “trucking” is not your primary business, a proper program is critical to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and Local regulations. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) monitors motor carrier compliance with safety regulations to reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities involving commercial motor vehicles.

Many companies have had a USDOT number allowing them to move products, materials, and supplies.  Often the program is inadequately organized and outdated, opening the door to potential liability. A solid DOT Program with required documentation and recordkeeping, along with trained staff, can minimize the impact of an audit or inspection.   

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If your organization can check any of these boxes, contact us so we can help!

Never had a DOT audit, maybe we are off the radar.
Didn’t know a DOT Program was necessary.
Only have local trucks.
Trucking is not the primary business, only use CMV’s for internal purposes.
Didn’t realize the company was subject to an audit.
Rely on company owned Commercial vehicles to operate.

Services Available

DOT Program Evaluation – On-Site
Includes on-site review of DOT Program
Written recommendation of compliance deficiencies and corrective actions

DOT Program – Overhaul
Designed to build a compliant DOT Program and train staff for upkeep
Provides written plan, procedures, and required documentation 

DOT Program – Administration 
Instruct staff on requirements of company and drivers
Includes policy and procedures implementation 

Training Available

CSA: Know the Basics
1 Course Program to understand the Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program
Strategies for keeping BASIC scores low and avoiding FMCSA interventions

Driver Qualification Training for Managers
2 Course Program to help managers with driver qualification and required documentation

Reasonable Suspicion Testing: What Supervisors Need to Know
5 Course Program to fulfill the Reasonable Suspicion/Alcohol & Drug training requirements in 49 CFR Part 382.603
Additional offline training material is required for the satisfaction of time requirements

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