Safety Manager12.04.2022 2022-05-05 21:43
Safety Manager is a freight manager who ensures compliance with government regulations on safety measures during transportation and in the workplace. The Safety Manager helps the company to constantly grow and develop. The Safety Manager is responsible for ensuring that companies have as few violations as possible by monitoring and helping to prevent them.
Our Safety Manager course will provide you with a solid understanding of current DOT/FMCSA safety regulations and equip you with strategies, up-to-date experience and tools to create and maintain an effective safety program in your company. After training, you will learn how to analyze the state of companies and form plans to eliminate violations, audit company electronic files and learn how accounting works in transport companies. Also, you will learn how to interact with brokers and be ready for the Compliance Review.
What you will learn in the online course:
– Safety Manager basics
– Keeping Drivers Log Books
– Driver qualifications
– Requirements for Drug and Alcohol Testing
– Keeping track of vehicle maintenance
– Obtain road tax permits: New York (HUT), Kentucky (KUY), New Mexico, Oregon
– CSA (Compliance, Security, Accountability)
– DataQs disputes and legal issues
– Roadside Inspections
– Measurements and evaluations of company security
– 10 complete Safety Manager modules
– Support in the form of consultations from a personal Safety Manager USA
– Access to materials with useful contacts and necessary information
Our students pass an exam after training and receive an official certificate.
1. Introduction to the US transportation industry
2. Profession Safety Manager
3. Trucking company
You will learn what a Company File is and what documents a transport company needs to work in accordance with the application. Examining Form MCS 150.
4. Work with drivers
Learn the process of hiring a driver from partial selection to hitting the road. You will also learn when to fire a driver and how to report violations in advance.
meet with the types of trailers and trailers and the specifics of their work. Register how to register them and renew registration.
6. IFTA (International Fuel Taxation Agreement).
You will learn what IFTA is, how to file a fuel tax report, and what documents and documents are required for this. You will learn how to analyze routes and read all documents correctly for the upcoming review.
7. HOS (hours of service)
Collect what is HOS RULES - driver time. Learn how to complete and collect paperwork.
(Accidents) Find out what types of insurance are required in the field of cargo transportation. And also how to renew insurance.
9. Drug and alcohol testing
Get instructions for the safety manager and driver in case of an accident. Learn how to write an accident report.
10. Safer and CSA
Complaints (Complaints) You will learn what Claim is and how to analyze it. You will learn how to store documents and communicate with all participants. We develop initial situations from which you get how to act in a critical situation.