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Basic Safety Supervision of Motor Fleets: January 27 – 28 in Austin

Jan 14, 2015 | Events

Basic Safety Supervision of Motor Fleets presented by the Texas Trucking Association
January 27 – 28 in Austin, TX

This course is recognized by the National Motor Fleet Safety Certification Program and designed to teach safety personnel the basics of fleet safety management.

Topics include: Safety Management and Supervision, Driver Selection, Training, Motor Vehicle Accident Investigation, Injury Investigation and Record Keeping, Accident and Injury Preventability, Regulatory Compliance, and Maintenance Records.

Click Here to download the registration form.

For more information on safety certification requirements, contact Lance Shillingburg at 800-727-7135 ext 108, lance@texastrucking.com

Thank you
Ann Quass
1-800-727-7135 ext 113
fax: 512-474-6494

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