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01. Hazardous Materials General Rules

There are three main lists used by shippers, carriers, and drivers when trying to identify hazardous materials.

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02. Hazardous Materials Responsibilities and Definitions

The shipping paper describes a shipment.

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03. Hazardous Materials Table

Placards used to identify the primary or subsidiary hazard class of a material must have the hazard class or division number displayed in the lower corner of the placard.

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04. Hazardous Materials Shipping Papers

The person in charge of loading and unloading the vehicle must be sure a qualified person is always watching.

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05. Hazardous Materials Placarding

The Federal government may require a permits or exemptions for special hazardous materials cargo such as rocket fuel.

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06. Hazardous Materials Loading and Unloading

Do not park within 300 feet of a bridge, tunnel or building, a place where people gather, or an open fire.

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07. Hazardous Materials Special Cargo

Emergency response information must be kept in the same location as the shipping paper.

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08. Hazardous Materials Parking

Do not park within 300 feet of a bridge, tunnel or building, a place where people gather, or an open fire.

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09. Hazardous Materials Response to Specific Hazards

Emergency response information must be kept in the same location as the shipping paper.

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Attributes Of The Professional Driver

The driver and his/her vehicle are the public's image of the trucking industry.

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Backing and Docking

This unit will introduce a driver.

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Basic Control

Basic Control of Your Vehicle Safe operation of a commercial vehicle requires skill in: Accelerating Steering Stopping Backing Safely Fasten your seatbelt when on the road.

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Basic Maneuvers For New Drivers

This section gets the novice CDL driver started on the path to becoming a tractor-trailer driver.

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Cargo Securement: Concrete Pipe

The specific requirements for concrete pipe apply to the transportation of certain concrete pipe loaded crosswise on a platform trailer or vehicle.

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Cargo Securement: Dressed Lumber

The requirements for dressed lumber and similar building materials section apply to certain products when they are transported as bundles on flatbed and open vehicles.

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Cargo Securement: Heavy Machinery

The requirements in this section apply to the transportation of heavy vehicles, equipment, and machinery that; operate on wheels or tracks, such as front end loaders, bulldozers, tractors, and power shovels, Individually weigh more than 4500 kg (10,000 lb.

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Cargo Securement: Large Boulders

The requirements in this section apply to any piece of natural, irregularly shaped rock that: Weighs more than 11,000 lb.

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Cargo Securement: Logs

The standard defines a log as all natural wood that retains the original shape of the bole (trunk) of a tree whether raw, partial processed, or fully processed.

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Cargo Securement: Metal Coils

Shipments of metal coils that weigh less than 5,000 lbs may be secured in accordance with the general cargo securement rules.

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Cargo Securement: Paper Rolls

The rules in this section apply to shipments of paper rolls, which individually or together, weigh 5000 lb.

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Cargo Securement: Regulation

Load securing, also known as cargo securing, is the securing of cargo for transportation.

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CDL Introduction

There are three classes of CDL.

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Communicating

Other drivers cannot know what you are going to do until you tell them.

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Coupling And Uncoupling

You will learn how to:.

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CSA And The Driver

Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) is a Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) initiative to improve large truck and bus safety and ultimately reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities that are related to commercial motor vehicles.

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Driving Violations And Implications

Learn the implications of violating Federal and state regulations on your driving records and their employing motor carrier's records.

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Drug and Alcohol: Supervisor 1 Drug Intro

One of the main focuses of this course will be to explain drug and controlled substance testing requirements, as mandated by the United States Department of Transportation.

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Drug and Alcohol: Supervisor 3 Drug Testing 1

Most drug testing is not conducted at the actual workplace.

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Drug and Alcohol: Supervisor 4 Alcohol Effects 1

Before we get into the particulars or beer, wine and hard liquor, let's take a look at alcohol itself.

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Drug and Alcohol: Supervisor 4 Alcohol Effects 3

Ask the anybody to name all the depressant drugs they've heard of, and one is likely to hear heroin, methadone, Secondly, and other barbiturates.

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Drug and Alcohol: Supervisor 5 Drug Effects

Unlike alcohol, which has generally the same effects regardless of whether its source is beer, wine, or hard liquor, drugs come in many forms, and their effects, from a depressive state similar to alcohol, to hallucinogenic or stimulants.

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Drug and Alcohol: Supervisor 7 Reasonable 1

Supervisors of safety-sensitive transportation employees play a vital role in ensuring the well being of their workforce.

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Executing Sharp Left And Right Turns

How to make wide turns in a combination vehicle.

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Extreme Conditions Mountain Driving

The effect of vehicle weight and speed upon braking and shifting ability on long downgrades.

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Extreme Driving Conditions

Prepare for operation in cold weather including activating the front brake limiting valve; removing snow and ice from windows, mirrors, brakes, lights, hand and toe holds, etc.

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Hazard Awareness

What is a hazard? A hazard is any road condition or other road user, including pedestrians and animals, that presents a potential danger to safe operation.

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Hazard Recognition

You need to be able to recognize other drivers who are engaged in any form of driving distraction.

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Hours of Service Four

Common errors in daily logs.

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Hours of Service One

The purpose of this lesson is to explain the reasons behind the hours of service regulations and the basic concepts of how to comply with the regulations.

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Hours of Service Three

Log Keeping and Recap Exercise.

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Hours of Service Two

You may not drive after 14 consecutive hours on duty.

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Managing Space

To be a safe driver, you need space all around your vehicle.

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Night Operation

You are at greater risk when you drive at night.

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Pre and Post Trip Inspections

You will learn how to:.

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Primary And Secondary Controls

This section starts an aspiring driver on the correct path to becoming a tractor-trailer driver.

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Railroad Crossings

There are multiple types of railroad crossings: passive, active and highway crossings.

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Railroad Crossings: Operation Life Saver

Operation Lifesaver is working to change people's behavior around railroad tracks and crossings with the national public awareness campaign..

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Rollovers and Other Emergencies

This course teaches the driver how to handle emergency driving maneuvers including; when and how to make emergency driving maneuvers.

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Safe Driving: Cognitive Awareness

One way to think about distraction is to ask yourself if something is drawing your attention and taking your eyes away from the road ahead of you.

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Safe Driving: Distracted Driving

Whenever you are driving a vehicle and your attention is not on the road, you are putting yourself, your passengers, other vehicles, and pedestrians in danger.

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Safe Driving: Execute

You must execute your decisions using the steering wheel, accelerator and the brakes.

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Safe Driving: Interpret

You must learn to interpret clues from situations and other drivers.

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Safe Driving: Search

Driver distraction is the diversion of attention from activities critical for safe driving to a competing activity.

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Safe Driving: Seeing

You will have more time to act if you see hazards before they become emergencies.

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Safe Driving: Time

To be a safe driver, you need space all around your vehicle.

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Search Keeping Your Eyes On Road

Driver distraction is the diversion of attention from activities critical for safe driving to a competing activity.

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Skid Control Recovery

The purpose of this lesson is to discuss conditions that produce skidding, demonstrate and describe the major types of skids, and present procedures for recovering from skids.

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Vehicle Controls For New Drivers

This section starts an aspiring driver on the correct path to becoming a tractor-trailer driver.

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Vehicle Inspections: Class B Pre-Trip

Instructor Robert Row demonstrates a full Class B Pre-Trip inspection.

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Vehicle Inspections: Level 1 Brakes

This lesson will demonstrate the Out Of Service Criteria on the Brakes.

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Vehicle Inspections: Level 1 Excessive Fifth Wheel Slack

This lesson will demonstrate the Out Of Service Criteria on the Fifth Wheel.

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Vehicle Inspections: Level 1 Front of The Vehicle

This lesson will demonstrate the Out Of Service Criteria on the Front of Vehicle.

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Vehicle Inspections: Level 1 Inspectors Overview

This lesson provides an overview to the process that inspectors follow when performing a Level I inspection.

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Vehicle Inspections: Level 1 Side of Tractor

This lesson will demonstrate the Out Of Service Criteria on the Side of Tractor.

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Vehicle Inspections: Level 1 Trailer

This lesson will demonstrate the Out Of Service Criteria on the Trailer.

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Vehicle Systems: Air Intake And Exhaust Systems

The air intake and exhaust system is another vital element of the diesel engine.

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Vehicle Systems: Brake System

The importance of the braking system cannot be overly emphasized.

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Vehicle Systems: Cooling System

As heat is the basis of the internal combustion engine and the intense heat of the diesel engine can melt the iron components, you must have something to control it.

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Vehicle Systems: Coupling Systems

The primary function of the coupling system in a tractor-trailer is to connect the tractor to the trailer, the power to the payload.

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Vehicle Systems: Drive Train

A power drive train system is made up of five essential parts.

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Vehicle Systems: Electrical Systems

The electrical system is definitely the most comprehensive and complex system in a truck, for it covers everything from the batteries to the lights.

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Vehicle Systems: Engines

An internal combustion engine clearly defines itself in its name.

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Vehicle Systems: Frame Suspension Axles

The vehicle's frame is the "backbone" of the vehicle.

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Vehicle Systems: Fuel Systems

The principle job of the fuel system of a diesel engine is to regulate the amount of fuel that is injected into the cylinder and precisely when it should be.

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Vehicle Systems: Identification And Diagnosis of Malfunctions

The online lesson concludes with an exercise in troubleshooting and filling out vehicle condition report forms.

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Vehicle Systems: Lubrication System

The lubrication system has been developed to reduce the friction in the workings of the engine.

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Vehicle Systems: Maintenance

The importance of periodic inspection and repair to prevention of enroute breakdowns, long life of parts, safety and economy of operation.

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Vehicle Systems: Steering Systems

A well synchronized steering system is integral to the control of the vehicle.

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Vehicle Systems: Tires And Wheels

There are three fundamental types of tires: radial tires, bias tires, and bias belted tires.

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Whistle Blower Protection

Drivers have the right to question the safety practices of their employer without the risk of losing their job or being subject to retaliation for stating a safety concern.

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Customer Comments


Dennis Atencio - Director of Safety
Apex Transportation


Bob Bowman - Director, Safety & H.R.
Alpine Lumber Company


Tim Long - Director of Safety
Epes Transport System