Transportation Webcasts from J. J. Keller and National Private Truck Council
J. J. Keller and the National Private Truck Council (NPTC) are again teaming up to bring you a series of informative webcasts in 2013. We have several hot topics on the agenda ranging from regulatory compliance to risk management and people management.
As we have done in the past, downloads of each webcast will be available to view on this website after each has taken place; however, if you have questions on the topic, the best way to get immediate answers is to participate in the webcast!
Webcast downloads from previous years are also available. View webcast archive.
March 5, 2014 - Hours of Service/Electronic Data Devices
The federal hours-of-service regulations went into effect last year have lowered the number of hours per week that drivers have available for driving by requiring a 30-minute break and placing restrictions on the use of the 34-hour restart. Now the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is expected to come out with new rules mandating the adoption of ELDs by all carriers in interstate commerce (except short-haul drivers); phase-in within 2 years after effective date of final rule.
This webcast will examine the new regulations, the potential for regulatory relief, and how fleets are coping with these new regulations and preparing for the ELD mandate
May 14, 2014 - Managing Your CSA Scores
FMCSA’s Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) initiative is changing motor carrier safety environment. Keeping your CSA scores under control in each of the seven Behavioral Analysis Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs) is essential to prevent FMCSA intervention. Despite modifications to CSA to make it easier to understand, the process for benchmarking and improving carrier scores still requires knowledge and a basic understanding of the system.
This webcast will examine:
- The new regulatory environment
- How FMCSA is looking at improving the regulation
- How fleets are using CSA to monitor and improve their safety performance
July 23, 2014 - How to Survive a DOT Intervention
As a result of the new CSA program, more and more motor carriers are facing the reality of a DOT intervention. Reduce your risk and your anxiety! Get the latest on DOT's increased enforcement activities and how to prepare for a DOT intervention.
Some of the topics that will be covered include:
- Questions asked by DOT auditors
- A list of paperwork they'll review
- What they'll look for in your files
- The key factors assessed in a compliance review
- Interpreting your SafeStat score
October 22, 2014 - Regulatory Update
In its effort to improve highway and truck safety, the federal government has stepped up its regulatory activity. The pace and scope of these changes has never been greater. This webinar will help to identify critical policy, legislative, and regulatory issues impacting your business as well as a discussion of the forces that will help shape these future initiatives. Join us as we provide planning tools and strategies you can implement immediately to enhance your compliance efforts.