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May 21 2024

IFTA & IRP Compliance on the Road Ahead: Common Challenges & New Technologies

Compliance with the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) and International Registration Plan (IRP) has always been a challenge for fleet professionals. Manually monitoring, reporting and retaining records is complex and time-consuming, with errors resulting in significant fines. However, new electronic solutions can make these tasks easier — if you understand the unique recordkeeping requirements.
Join our panel of experts to learn:
• How the electronic recordkeeping rules changed in January 2024
• How technology can simplify IFTA & IRP monitoring, reporting and record retention
• The danger of having insufficient records
• Strategies to avoid common reporting errors
• Top compliance requirements and best practices
• The difference between a safety audit and a registration or fuel tax audit
Have questions on this topic? Share them during our live Q&A session following the presentation!

May 22 2024

OSHA's New Walkaround Representative Rule: What you can do, cannot do, and how to prepare

OSHA's new worker representative rule is set to go into effect May 31. Employees can request a non-employee representative to join portions of an OHSA inspection. This can be a union representative, even at a non-union workplace. We’ll review what OSHA said and provide an unbiased review of what this rule means, and where it leaves uncertainty.
Among other topics, this presentation will cover:
• What employers can do, such as get nondisclosure agreements
• What employers cannot do, such as challenge OSHA’s determinations
• What employers should be doing to protect themselves, including training managers to avoid unfair labor practice charges
A Q&A session will be held during the last part of the webcast, so bring your questions!

May 23 2024

Essential Driver Compliance: Top 3 Driver Compliance Concerns

Three areas of compliance result in some of the highest fines levied by the FMCSA: driver qualification, alcohol & drug testing, and hours of service. They also cause the greatest concern and confusion for safety professionals.
Attend this complimentary event to discover the best practices and insights for improving the ways you address these three areas:

Driver Qualification (DQ) – Part 391
• Onboarding and safety performance history
• Driver qualification file requirements
• Annual review
• Best practices for building & maintaining DQ files
Drug & Alcohol (D&A) Testing Programs – Parts 40 & 382
• D&A Clearinghouse – how safety performance inquires have changed
• Who must be tested and when
• Required policies and procedures
• Post-accident & random testing
• Best practices on policies & return to duty
Hours of Service (HOS) - Part 395
• HOS Limits
• Finding flexibility by using exceptions
• The how and when of personal conveyance
• Electronic logs & enforcement

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