DOT CSA 101 Overview 
Training Workshop

DOT FMCSA Compliance Overview & Intervention Support

Venues and Dates 
are on the Registration Form
You can register for one OR both sessions!

Topics addressed in this workshop include, but are not limited to:

Compliance Safety Accountability (CSA)Seven (7) BASICs with the Safety Measurement System (SMS)

FMCSA, DOT, PHMSA, and State agencies and how they interact
Hours of Service rules, monitoring and auditing procedures
Driver Qualification Process and Files
DOT rules for drug and alcohol testing and all paperwork that is required
Maintenance procedures and required documentation
Accident register and other documentation, as well as accident countermeasures
Required training for all employees

We will provide answers to the following questions and more: 

What is CSA and how does it affect you?
What is a BASIC?
What does the DOT (and everyone with internet access) know about your company?
Are you required to have Motor Carrier (MC) Authority?
What are the MOST IMPORTANT things you need to understand about Driver Fitness, Drug and Alcohol Testing, Fatigued Driving, and Vehicle Maintenance BASICs?

This DOT compliance workshop is designed for management and supervisors of new DOT entrants, human resource professionals with safety responsibilities, or even experienced Safety and Operations professionals that just want to stay current with the changing landscape. 

You will receive a certificate outlining your training..

Controlled Substances & Alcohol BASIC 
Training Workshop
Supervisor Drug & Alcohol Training as mandated per §382.603

Venues and Dates 
are on the Registration Form
You can register for one OR both sessions!

There are two topics mandated by the DOT for Supervisor Drug and Alcohol Training (required per FMCSR §382.603):
The reasonable suspicion determination process.The negative health effects associated with illegal drugs, illegal use of prescription drugs, and excessive use of alcoholWhile addressing these topics, we also answer the most .common questions and concerns with the Drug & Alcohol BASIC, like:
•Who gets tested, and what should they be tested for? 
           •What is the allowable Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)? 
                   •How do you recognize a driver who is impaired?                                       •How do you conduct a reasonable suspicion test?           
            •How should you handle a driver who self-reports? 
            •What should you do when one driver reports another?
Can you afford to not know the answer to these questions?

Knowledge gained from this session will assist you in developing and maintaining your company’s drug and alcohol testing program, which is required for all companies with trucks greater than 26,000 GVWR (and certain HAZMATs and some construction/maintenance/repair). In addition to the required elements of the mandated Supervisor Drug & Alcohol Training, we also address many lessons learned from safety managers, enforcement staff, and Drug & Alcohol treatment professionals.

NOTE: Upon completion, you will receive a signed certificate for your records. You may be required to produce this certificate during a compliance review or onsite intervention.


  • Occurred Monday, August 26th, 2013 — all day


Holiday Inn South County Center

Elgin, Il 60123