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Minnesota Trucking Association presents:

NATMI SAFETY & DOT Compliance Series 

March 17 & 18, 2020 (POSTPONED, new dates coming soon)

MTA Office Bldg., 6160 Summit Dr. N, Brooklyn Center, MN

Click to Register (NATMI website) OR Download PDF Registration

*If your company is an MTA member, to register on the NATMI website you must create a profile and select State Association member to see the Member pricing option.

Members: $360.00   Non-Members: $420.00

Day 1:

DOT Compliance & Safety:

This seminar focuses on driver qualifications, safety fitness and safety ratings, roadside inspection, CDL requirements, and driver physicals. Master the safety compliance skills necessary to survive a DOT safety audit.

Day 2 Morning:

 

Hours of Service & Driver Logs: This hands-on interactive seminar provides training on the federal hours of service regulations and the proper use of driver logs. You'll participate in a driver log review and learn to identify inaccurate entries.

 

Day 2 Afternoon:

 

Controlled Substances and Alcohol Mandatory Training:  This seminar completes the DOT’s mandatory supervisor training requirements for Alcohol and Controlled substances.  Plus, you’ll review the critical parts of the DOT regulations on Alcohol and Drug testing (Part 382 and Part 40).

 

NATMI Safety Certification 

Certified Director of Safety (CDS) or Certified Safety Supervisor (CSS)

*Great for NEW Safety Professionals (exam not required)

October 12-16, 2020

MTA Office Bldg., 6160 Summit Dr. N, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430

Click to Register (NATMI Website) OR Download PDF Registration

*If your company is an MTA member, to register on the NATMI website you must register on the site as a State Association member (free registration) to see the Member pricing option.

Members: $1295 (Courses & Exam)  $880 (Courses Only)

Non-Members: $1,080 (Courses Only)

Day 1 & 2: Motor Fleet Safety Basics

After this course, participants will be able to:

1.       Recognize the role of the safety supervisor in implementing quality fleet safety programs.

2.       Implement record keeping systems to meet DOT and OSHA regulatory requirements.

3.       Conduct basic on-site accident investigations and compile accident reports.

4.       Implement procedures to prevent employee injury and control workers’ compensation claims.

5.       Apply strategies to hire successfully.

6.       Identify and implement strategies to improve driver retention.

7.       Identify safety-related training needs and deliver effective safety training programs.

8.       Describe the benefits and requirements for becoming a NATMI certified safety professional.

Day 3 & 4: Managing Motor Fleet Safety Programs

After this course, participants will be able to:

1.     Establish safety policy and procedures.

2.     Apply quality management principles and tools to safety management.

3.     Develop measurement standards and control systems for fleet safety.

4.     Analyze company records to quantify the Return on Investment of safety programs.

5.     Evaluate critical data in each technical program area covered in this course.

6.     Make recommendations to establish and continuously improve safety programs.

7.     Act as an advocate for safety in their company.

8.     Create a company safety culture and “sell” upper management on the safety philosophy.

Day 5: Exam