Safety And
Maintenance Classes

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TXTA provides training in a variety of areas, including safety compliance, maintenance, business practices, risk management, sales, leadership and much more. Classes are added to TXTA's event page as they become available. For questions or additional information, please contact Lance Shillingburg lance@texastrucking.com.

 

Safety CLASSES


Basic Safety Supervision
of Motor Fleets

Required course for the National Motor Fleet Safety Certification Program and designed to teach safety personnel the basics of fleet safety management.

Course Topics: 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


Advanced Safety Supervision
of Motor Fleets

Required course for the National Motor Fleet Safety Certification Program and designed to teach safety personnel advanced concepts of fleet safety management.

Course Topics: The Art, Science and Success of Supervision; Supervisory Laws; Rules and Regulations; Accident Management; Claims and Litigation Management; Risk Management and Motor Carrier Safety Regulations

maintenance CLASSES


Basic Maintenance Supervision
of Motor Fleets

Required course for the National Motor Fleet Maintenance Certification Program and designed to teach maintenance personnel the basics of fleet maintenance management.

Course Topics: The functions of maintenance management; Maintenance budgeting; Shop planning and scheduling; Shop equipment specifications; Fleet equipment selection and acquisition; Federal regulations applicable to maintenance operations


Advanced Analytical Fleet
Maintenance Management

Designed for all supervisor and managers with a responsibility in the area of heavy duty vehicle maintenance management. It will serve as a reference to practices used in the daily work operations with emphasis on cost-effective principles and fleet availability, duty cycles, trade cycles and overall life cycle cost.

The interactive session will give participants the opportunity to have meaningful discussion and open dialog with other professionals in the industry with like equipment and issues. Discussion regarding cost-effective principles and examples of how to measure maintenance cost and have continuous control of maintenance expenses. This networking delivers benefits when managing execution to deliver results that drive bottom line financial and long term decisions.

Audit CLASSES


How to Prepare for an FMCSA Audit

Information on Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Current & Future Audit Procedures.

Course Topics: What items trigger a FMCSA Investigation; 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; How to prepare for CSA