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How to Prepare for an FMCSA Investigation/Drug Alcohol Training – Oct. 8

Oct 6, 2014 | Events

The TXTA Training Institute will be conducting a seminar concerning the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and Drug and Alcohol Training.

David Hedgpeth, Hill Country Transportation Resources, will present the material at the TXTA headquarters in Austin.

The benefits of attending include: Know for sure you are ready for an audit, Know how to better maintain driver files, Receive 120 minutes of required alcohol/drug supervisor training, Learn how to respond to a penalty claim letter, Find out What items trigger a safety audit, What questions will be asked, What records will be checked, How records are selected, Differences in acute and critical violations, How penalties are determined, How your carrier rating is determined.

Wednesday, October 8
How to Prepare for an FMCSA Investigation
Weller Training Institute
Austin, Texas

To register, visit: www.texastrucking.com

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