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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

May 23 2024

Harnessing the Power of Environmental Management Systems

Did you know that organizations with a well-implemented EMS (Environmental Management System) are not only reducing their environmental risk but also experiencing improved financial performance? Using an EMS, whether self-certified or ISO certified, provides the advantage of reducing risk by identifying potential environmental hazards, implementing preventive measures, and ensuring compliance with regulations.
In this webcast participants will gain insight on how an EMS can address the following challenges:
• Keeping up with environmental regulations
• Cost management
• Risk mitigation
• Employee engagement
We'll save the last 10-15 minutes to answer your questions. Register today to find out how your organization can implement an EMS to minimize risk, avoid penalties and more!

May 28 2024

Best Practices: Security Seals and Cargo Securement

Motor carriers use cargo seals to safeguard freight by preventing unauthorized access and ensuring the integrity of shipments. These seals, typically made of metal or high-strength plastic, are affixed to containers, trailers or doors, and bear unique identification numbers. They act as a visible deterrent against tampering and serve as evidence of security measures. By verifying the seal's integrity upon delivery, carriers confirm that the cargo has remained untouched during transit, enhancing trust and reliability in the supply chain.
Each industry selects seals that best meet their unique security requirements. In this webcast we will discuss the various types of security seals used by motor carriers based on factors such as:
• Cargo value
• Sensitivity
• Transportation mode
• Regulatory compliance needs
We will also discuss a new J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. seal that has been designed for less-than-truckload (LTL) motor carriers.
We'll save the last 15 minutes to answer any lingering questions you might have. Register today to learn more about how seals can add security to your transportation program.
Can't make the date? No problem! Register now and we’ll send you a link to the recording after our live discussion.

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