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Let our experienced team of compliance specialists work with you to handle time-consuming compliance management for your drivers, vehicles and employees. Our team provides real ROI by eliminating internal costs and paying close attention to your compliance.

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Get tailored regulatory expertise at your site. Our veteran consultants bring their deep compliance and best practice knowledge to you. You can rely on our expertise in regulations enforced by DOT, OSHA, EPA, DOL and hundreds of state agencies.

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The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Form R deadline of July 1, is quickly approaching.  If you manufacture, process, or otherwise use EPCRA Section 313 chemicals, then this Federal requirement at 40 CFR 372 may be applicable to your facility. This free webcast will help you gain a better understanding of: What an EPCRA 313 chemical is and where to find them Reporting applicability and threshold determinations Common TRI reportable chemicals (including commonly missed ones) The TRI Form R and Form A Reporting exemptions Using the EPA Central Data Exchange (CDX)
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What would you do if a worker started exhibiting symptoms of acute respiratory illness while at work? Would your workers know what to do if they experienced these symptoms before coming into work? When should they be allowed to return to work? Can you separate workers who appear sick? What about employees who have traveled to hot spots? May you require employees to stay home? Do you have to pay them? These are just some of the questions employers across the country are trying to answer while dealing with the ever-evolving COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) situation. This webcast will look at how the various laws apply, as well as considerations beyond the laws.
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During this webcast, attorney Doug B. Marcello and J. J. Keller consultant and subject-matter expert Tom Bray, will share their professional expertise on accident investigation from a legal and compliance perspective. They’ll debunk common myths that can sabotage your legal efforts, address FMCSA accident reporting requirements, and discuss the risks associated with: Exchanging and disseminating accident information Unnecessary testing, interviews, and inspections Insurance company procedures This complimentary one-hour event will help you plan and protect your driver and company in the unfortunate event of an accident. Don’t miss it!
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Employee training is required by a number of regulations, but spending time and resources to provide training in non-mandatory topics can help better protect your employees and your company's bottom line. Satisfying any compliance obligation is important, but your overall goal should be ensuring the safety, welfare, and productivity of your workers. Most mandated training helps employees protect themselves and avoid hazards, but training in additional areas (even if not required) helps protect your business as well. Topics to be covered include: Hazard Communication Personal Conveyance Active Shooter and Bullying Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) and Hours of Service Pandemic Awareness / COVID-19   FMCSA Drug & Alcohol Programs and Clearinghouse Sexual Harassment Walkway Safety You'll walk away from this event knowing who should receive training, when training should (or must) be provided, and why providing that training is important.
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Vehicle legalization covers everything from federal registration to USDOT numbers, operating authority, vehicle registration, federal taxes and fuel taxes. So, when it comes to obtaining the necessary vehicle permits and credentials, carriers often have a lot of questions, such as… What is operating authority and who needs it? Which states require intrastate carriers to obtain a USDOT number? When is an MC number needed and how is it different from an MCS-150? What are the UCR recordkeeping requirements? When do I need to designate a process agent? What records do I need to maintain for fuel taxes? Our subject-matter experts answer hundreds of questions like these each month, and in this webcast, they’ll answer some of the most common and complex questions with clear, easy-to-understand answers.
DOT recordkeeping requirements are complex, and everyone seems to have an opinion on what they mean. Some information that’s circulating is actually incorrect, leaving anyone who follows the advice vulnerable to fines and litigation. This webcast will review and test your knowledge of the most common myths and mistakes about DOT recordkeeping requirements through interactive chats. Join us for the conversation!
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Join us and learn all the ins and outs of the new Clearinghouse requirement. DOT drug and alcohol recordkeeping is about to become more complicated when the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse is launched January 6, 2020. Motor carriers will be required to both request and submit data to the clearinghouse as a part of monitoring their CDL drivers’ drug and alcohol histories. If you have questions on the new Clearinghouse rule, bring them - we'll leave time for a live Q&A session.
One of the most challenging areas for any EHS professional is safety training. This webcast will discuss training in general, with a strong focus on: Challenges employers are facing, Best Practices that can be implemented, and Current trends in training that others are finding effective We'll also reserve time for a live Q&A session - bring your questions!
Misunderstanding the driver qualification (DQ) file requirements puts your company at risk of having an unqualified individual behind the wheel of a commercial motor vehicle. The worst-case scenario is a high-profile crash involving this unqualified driver, but other negative impacts can be felt, including: A high Driver Fitness CSA score, A conditional or unsatisfactory safety rating, Increased insurance rates, and A tarnished reputation To gain a better understanding of DQ file requirements, join us for answers to the most frequently asked questions on the topic.
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