The federal Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Regulations set important limits for transport drivers within Canada in an effort to combat fatigue-related crashes. These regulations protect the public, and all individuals involved in commercial transportation.

This online Canadian Hours of Service course covers the specifics of the regulations. After completing this course, an understanding should be gained of the regulations governing hours of service in Canada; documentation requirements; responsibilities of carriers, shippers, and drivers; mandatory off-duty times and on-duty time limits; and, exemptions to the daily limits.

This online driver training course provides instruction on how to perform vehicle inspections that comply with the National Safety Code. While most vehicle inspection courses only list the items that need to be inspected, this course goes further by using professional videos to show truck drivers how to perform required truck inspections. Additionally, this course explains how to react to potential vehicle defects that are found during a vehicle inspection.

Understanding and effectively applying the vehicle inspection concepts explained in this online course will help truck drivers keep their vehicle road safe.

FATIGUE MANAGEMENT FOR DRIVERS ONLINE COURSE OVERVIEW

Fatigue can be a silent killer when driving. Your eyelids droop, and your head starts to nod. Yawning becomes almost constant, and your vision seems blurry. You blink and blink again; you try to focus your eyes when you suddenly realize that you've veered onto the shoulder or into oncoming traffic. Quickly you veer back to your lane. This time you were lucky; next time you could become the latest victim of drowsy driving. This course reviews the dangers of drowsy driving and provides strategies that work to prevent it.

Fatigue Management for Supervisors Online Course Overview

Employee fatigue is a major factor behind on-the-job accidents, absenteeism, and low productivity. Tired managers and employees cost companies money.​

This online Fatigue Management for Supervisors course is specifically designed to assist organizational leaders to understand fatigue, learn how it affects their employees, and evaluate their own organization for fatigue dangers. While the major focus of this course is driving, this course can be an effective fatigue informational tool for all senior managers.

RIGGING AND SLINGING SAFETY ONLINE COURSE OVERVIEW

This online Rigging and Slinging Safety course includes 5 modules covering practices and techniques to safely sling and rig loads according to the CSA (Canadian Standards Association) Z150-98 regulation, which is applicable across Canada. It also adheres to ANSI (American National Standards Institute) and ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) standards.


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COMPLIANCE, SAFETY AND ACCOUNTABLITY FOR NON-DRIVERS COURSE OVERVIEW

CSA stands for Compliance, Safety, and Accountability. It is a system for gathering data about drivers and carriers, and using that data to generate a score. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) uses this score to judge and compare driver and carrier safety performance.​

What you may not know is how the job you do, as someone who doesn't drive, affects your company and its drivers under CSA. Even though CSA focuses on drivers and carriers, you and other non-driving personnel in your company have an important role to play.

A busy workplace only moves as fast as its supervisors. These men and women who make sure everything comes together at a job site are under a huge amount of pressure, and making mistakes at this level can be fatal. With laws and legislation changing constantly, the modern supervisor must be efficient, knowledgeable, and put the safety of their people above all else. This course will provide a thorough understanding of the Occupational Health & Safety Act and other key pieces of health and safety legislation; the duties, rights, and responsibilities of workers and employers; the details of Joint Health & Safety Committees; and the basics of criminal justice in the workplace. This course, which references Ontario legislation, provides valuable information and best practices that will benefit all supervisors.

This Professional Driver Improvement Course (PDIC) is specifically designed for drivers in the transportation industry as both a refresher on safe driving attitudes and techniques, and an introduction to new safe driving concepts.

This program is Alberta Government approved for a 3-point demerit reduction. Within 48 hours of successful completion of this course, a verified certificate will become available. Use the information provided on the certificate to submit your certificate and driver information for demerit reduction. Processing of demerit reduction may take 2-3 weeks.

This program is Alberta Government approved for 3 demerit reduction upon successful completion of this course with a minimum 80% passing grade.

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PDIC 
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PDIC CONDENSED DEFENSIVE DRIVING PROGRAM ONLINE COURSE OVERVIEW    

This Professional Driver Improvement Course (PDIC) is specifically designed for drivers in the transportation industry as both a refresher on safe driving attitudes and techniques, and an introduction to new safe driving concepts.

                                                

This short 2-3 hour program is the condensed version of the Fleet Safety International Professional Driver Improvement Course (PDIC). This condensed program has been developed specifically for professional truck drivers.

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Condensed
PDIC
Condensed