Idealease of Chattanooga will be hosting the Idealease/NTPC Safety and Compliance seminar on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.
Our one-day Idealsafe Safety Seminar, co-sponsored by the National Private Truck Council (NPTC), can help you learn important risk control techniques to maintain insurability, control losses, and improve your bottom line. The seminar is held annually in more than 30 locations in the U.S. and Canada.
This nationally recognized program helps private fleet owners and fleet managers manage fleet safety for all major areas scrutinized during state and federal compliance interventions and reviews. Our step-by-step approach simplifies compliance with federal and state regulations, hours of service (drivers’ daily logs), drug and alcohol testing rules, vehicle maintenance and inspection, accident recordkeeping, and driver qualifications.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity! We’ll help keep your fleet manager thoroughly informed of the motor carrier regulations that affect your operations. At the Idealsafe/NPTC Safety Seminar, your fleet manager will also learn about new and proposed regulatory changes and how to enhance your safety program above and beyond regulation requirements. Completion of this one-day class gives you the required training certification mandated by the FMCSA
Each seminar participant receives The Idealease Guide to Transportation Safety and Compliance Manual, an invaluable tool that will assist you with your safety and compliance documentation.
Our one-day seminar is valued at $395.00 per person, and is offered as a no cost, value-added service to all Idealease current and potential customer and NPTC members.
The one-day Idealsafe Safety Seminar covers:
- FMCSA Compliance, Safety and Accountability program (CSA)
- FMCSA Pre-Employment Driver Screening Program (PSP)
- Overview of new and proposed regulatory changes including hours of service and electronic on-board recorders
- Applicability of Federal and State safety regulations
- Driver qualifications
- Drug and alcohol testing regulations
- Vehicle maintenance and inspections
- How to enhance your safety program beyond regulations
- Accident record keeping