**DOT A to Z Workshop: Introduction to DOT Rules and Regulations** | **[Register](www.fvtc.edu/apps/MyTraining/Public/FindAClass.aspx?title=DOT+A+to+Z+Workshop)**
Could not knowing about the latest DOT regulations put your company at risk? Would it help if, when you are struggling with DOT regulations, you had one source for all of the up-to-date information put into easy-to-understand plain English, so you could eliminate the guesswork? This workshop provides you with the information you need to make working with DOT regulations a snap.
**DOT Alcohol & Drug Testing Compliance with Mandatory Supervisor Training**
Provides a detailed and in-depth examination and real-world compliance strategies, tips and suggestions regarding the regulatory requirements of a DOT-regulated workplace alcohol and drug testing program as outlined by 49 CFR Parts 40 and 382. Get the training needed to meet the DOT's requirements for 60 minutes of mandatory reasonable suspicion training on alcohol misuse and 60 minutes of mandatory reasonable suspicion training on controlled substance use for anyone with driver supervision responsibilities.
**DOT Seminar: Gain an Understanding of DOT Regulations**
DOT regulations are constantly changing. How do you plan to stay on top of them? The DOT continues to clamp down on motor carriers for a variety of safety and security issues. That's why you can't afford to miss this seminar which gives you an overview and refresher of all the latest and newest DOT regulations. In one day, you'll find out how to prepare for DOT reviews or improve your present DOT safety rating. You'll learn precisely what you must do to comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, plus how to stay on top of proposed regulations and better react to changes in existing regulations.
**Hazardous Material Certification Seminar: In-Depth Look at Ground Transportation Regulations**
When was the last time you or your employees attended hazmat training? The hazmat regulations are constantly changing to allow those regulations to become more cohesive with UN recommendations, international hazmat regulations, IATA and IMO regulations. The DOT means business when it comes to the transportation of hazardous materials, especially now, with the increased security risks to hazmat employees, vehicles and facilities. Nothing less than full cooperation, full compliance by hazmat employers is acceptable to the DOT.
**Hours of Service Seminar: In-Depth Hours of Service Review, Logging & Auditing Driving Logs**
Are you sure your operations are ready? 100% compliance with the hours of service regulation is required. Federal and state DOT agencies have begun their enforcement including increased inspection of the drivers' log books and supporting documentation. Keep your operations current with today's requirements, and help your business continue to run smoothly without undue exposure to penalties associated with non-compliance. Don't let a misunderstanding of the regulations slow your business down and have a negative effect on your bottom line. Ensure that your shippers, dispatchers, and drivers understand and have the ability to work together to remain compliant.
**How to Survive a CSA Intervention/Audit**
Explains the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations as they pertain to their CSA (Compliance, Safety and Accountability) program. Participants will be prepared for a CSA intervention and/or audit. The workshop will focus on the actual questions asked by auditors in a compliance review/audit, take a step-by-step look at the paperwork they'll review, and learn what they'll be looking for in the files.