The Glostone Trucking Solutions Learning Center offers one time or monthly subscription access to a library of online, professionally produced, and cost effective training videos designed to enhance any driver safety training program. This web based training can be done at any time in front of any computer with audio and internet access.
Over 300 videos available accessible through user name login and passwords. Training modules are 3 to 20 minutes in length.
Hours of service rules have been the irritant of driver and manager alike for as long as anyone can remember. Logbook violations are among the easiest violations for an auditor to find during a safety review. If you fail in this area the best safety rating you will get is a Conditional. Our 4 hour Log Book Mastery class will show you how to better understand and self-regulate:
- Hours of Service rules:11-14, 60/7, & 70/8 rules
- Split-sleeper & combined off-duty options
- How to check for falsified logs
Managing roadside violations all starts with quality pre and post-trip vehicle inspections by drivers. This 2 hour training incorporates both classroom and hands on “at the truck” instruction. This training is generally performed on site at your location.
Many motor carriers see their compliance operations as part of the “cost of doing business,” and do their best to remain in compliance with the FMCSA by properly training their drivers and setting up a system of compliance documentation. However, the best carriers know that having a strong and proactive compliance program can actually drive revenue to the company and protect them from the risks of civil litigation that exist even for compliant companies.
In our eight hour Beyond Basics course, you will: Learn how to identify and change driver attitudes and behaviors that contribute to non-compliance and accidents; learn how to decrease driver turn-over through a clear system of driver development and investment; learn how to better interpret your CSA scores so you know where to invest your time, energy, and resources when you do need to make changes to your operations; learn the principals involved in evaluating, implementing, managing and profiting from adding technology driven compliance solutions to your operation; AND MORE.
This 8 hour course provides training in the fundamentals of what must be in place to be in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR’s). Topics include Driver and Supervisor Training Requirements, Driver Qualifications, Hours of Service, Inspection-Repair-Maintenance, Controlled Substance and Alcohol Testing and more.
Managing CSA has become extremely important for the successful operation of any company using commercial trucks. This 2 hour training will provide a basic overview of how CSA works, CSA website navigation as well as practical techniques for managing each CSA safety behavior. Also covered will be responding to an FMCSA Corrective Action Plan demand.
This 8 hour training provides an in depth look into Part 382 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. Topics include: testing procedures, notice requirements, start dates, employee admission, required testing, handling of test results, record retention, policies, confidentiality and more. This training is offered at the Glostone Classroom Learning Center or On Site at your location.
DATIA Credential Test
DATIA Credential Test
Our 2 hour class will take a fresh look at a familiar subject and help teach new skills that can be applied immediately. With 4,300 fatalities involving a CMV each year, 250,000 accidents with injuries and/or serious damages, and more distractions and congestion than ever, learning new and brushing up on current defensive driving techniques will keep you better equipped to deal with any situation.
71% of the time, it’s the car driver who is primarily at fault for triggering fatal truck-car crashes.
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