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Published on January 18, 2008

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Slide1:  Motor Carrier Safety Compliance Seminar continued Part 2 of 2 FMCSR 395 Hours of Service……….:  FMCSR 395 Hours of Service………. Slide3:  The Revised Hours of Service Regulations FMCSR Part 395 Hours of Service Slide4:  The Revised Hours of Service Regulations FMCSR Part 395 Hours of Service Slide5:  Hours of Service Rules A motor carrier must not permit or require a driver to drive after a total of: 60 Hour Rule 60 hours on duty in 7 consecutive days 70 Hour Rule 70 hours on duty in 8 consecutive days If the driver works more than one job of any kind, that time must also be included as On Duty Time. FMCSR Part 392 Driving Motor Vehicles Slide6:  Driver’s Log Every driver shall prepare a record of duty status (Driver's daily log) in his/her own handwriting for each 24-hour period Failure to complete or retain the log, or knowingly falsifying logs or other reports, makes the driver and/or carrier liable to prosecution FMCSR Part 392 Driving Motor Vehicles Slide7:  Driver’s Log FMCSR Part 392 Driving Motor Vehicles Slide8:  Driver’s Log The driver must submit the original log sheet to the employing carrier within 13 days after completion. Records of duty status must be maintained for a minimum of six months at the carrier's principal place of business, with all supporting documents. FMCSR Part 392 Driving Motor Vehicles Slide9:  Motor carriers may require a driver to use an automatic on-board recording device to record duty status. The driver must still have in his/her possession records of duty status for the previous seven consecutive days All hard copies of the driver's record of duty status must be signed by the driver FMCSR Part 392 Driving Motor Vehicles FMCSR 393 Parts and Accessories……….:  FMCSR 393 Parts and Accessories………. Slide11:  Lights Required color, position, and types of lamps and reflectors Required lamps must light on request at an inspection and when required during regular operation of the vehicle Permanently and securely mounted on a permanent part of the vehicle FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide12:  Service Brake & Parking Brake System Brakes on all wheels except: Trucks and truck tractors with three or more axles, manufactured before July 25, 1980, are not required to have steering axle brakes. Drive away-tow away operation Full trailer, semitrailer, or pole trailer having a gross weight of 3,000 pounds FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide13:  Brakes… Means of maintaining the operation of the brakes on the towing vehicle in the event that the trailer breaks away from the towing vehicle. Equipped with brakes that apply automatically if the trailer breaks away from the towing vehicle. The brakes must remain in the applied position for at least 15 minutes. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide14:  Truck or truck tractor equipped with air brakes, towing other vehicles equipped with air brakes, must ……. Be capable of activating (manually and automatically) emergency features of the trailer brakes. Brakes must apply automatically when the towing vehicle air supply pressure is between 20 and 45 psi. Manual control must be operable by the driver from with seat belt in use. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide15:  Antilock Brake Systems (ABS) are required on: Truck-tractors manufactured on or after March 1, 1997 Air-braked single-unit trucks, buses, and trailers (including converter dollies) manufactured on or after March 1, 1998; and Hydraulic-braked trucks and buses manufacture on or after March 1, 1999 FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide16:  Motor vehicle manufactured on or after October 20, 1993, and equipped with a hydraulic brake system. Motor vehicle manufactured on or after October 20, 1994, and equipped with an air brake system. Air-braked vehicles manufactured on or after October 20, 1994, and equipped with an external automatic adjustment mechanism, must be equipped with an automatic brake adjustment indicator. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Automatic Brake Adjusters & Brake Adjustment Indicators... Slide17:  Must be free of discoloration and cracks in the area extending from the top of the steering wheel to within two inches of the top of the windshield. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Windshield Slide18:  Each fuel system must be located so that: No part of the system extends beyond the widest part of the vehicle. No part of a fuel tank is forward of the front axle on a power unit. Fuel lines do not extend between a towed vehicle and the towing unit while the combination is in motion. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Fuel System Slide19:  Requirements for the attachment and location of the fifth wheel and for the towing of full trailers. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Coupling Devices Slide20:  Cargo is required to be loaded and secured so that it will not shift or fall off the vehicle. Cargo securement regulations include minimum strength requirements for securement devices and requirements for protection against longitudinal and lateral movement of the cargo. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Cargo Securement Slide21:  No tire shall have any of the following defects: Body ply or belt material exposed through the tread or sidewall Tread or sidewall separation Audible leak (or flat) A cut exposing the ply or belt material A tread groove pattern depth of less than 4/32 of an inch (front tires) or 2/32 of an inch (other tires) Regrooved tires on front wheels of trucks or truck tractors which have a load carrying capacity equal to or greater than 8.25-20 8-ply rating tires FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide22:  A sleeper berth must not be installed on a trailer And must be located in or adjacent to the cab. An exit door at least 18" high by 36" wide must lead directly into the cab. Equipped with adequate sheets and blankets, and a mattress and springs or innerspring mattress. Adequately ventilated, and located so as to protect occupants against exhaust heat and fumes and fuel leaks. A mandatory restraint system must withstand at least 6,000 lbs. of force applied toward the front of the vehicle. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide23:  Exhaust Systems Discharge must be located where it is not likely to burn or damage the electrical wiring, the fuel supply, nor any combustible part of the vehicle. Discharge from the exhaust system must not be located immediately below the fuel tank or the fuel tank filler pipe. May not be temporarily repaired with patch or wrap material. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide24:  Exhaust Systems Exhaust pipe and mufflers must be securely fastened to the vehicle. May not leak or discharge at any point forward of or directly below the driver or sleeper compartment. Must discharge at a location to the rear of the cab, or above and near the rear of the cab. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide25:  Equipped with either bumpers or other devices that prevent the under ride of another vehicle Equipped with seats, & seat belts Fire Extinguisher Standards: One extinguisher with a UL rating of 5 B:C or more or Two extinguishers each with a UL rating of 4 B:C or more. One extinguisher with a UL rating of 10 B:C, if the vehicle is transporting placardable quantities of hazardous material. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide26:  Suspension systems must be structurally sound and in safe working order: Axles must be in proper alignment, and no positioning part can be cracked, broken, loose, or missing. Adjustable axles must have locking pins in place. Leaf springs must not be cracked, broken, missing, or shifted out of position. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide27:  Suspension systems… Coil springs must not be cracked or broken Torsion bars must not be cracked or broken Air suspensions must support the vehicle in a level position and must not leak FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide28:  Steering System Steering wheel - properly secured and no cracked or missing spokes. Steering wheel lash must meet the requirements of Section 393.209. Steering column - securely fastened. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories Slide29:  Steering System... Steering system - worn or welded universal joints, loose steering gear box, missing bolts, or a loose pitman arm on the steering gear output shaft. Power steering unit - loose or broken parts, frayed, cracked, or slipping belts; leaks; or insufficient fluid in reservoir. FMCSR Part 393 Parts and Accessories FMCSR 396 Inspection and Repair……….:  FMCSR 396 Inspection and Repair………. Slide31:  Motor carriers must maintain the following information for every vehicle they have controlled for 30 days or more: A record of inspection, repair, and maintenance of all commercial motor vehicles under their control. Identifying information for each vehicle, including company number, make, serial number, year, and tire size FMCSR Part 396 Inspection and Repair Slide32:  Motor carriers must maintain… A schedule of inspections to be performed, including type and due date The records must be retained for one year at the location where the vehicle is garaged, and maintained for six months after the vehicle leaves the carrier's control (via sale, trade-in, or scrap). FMCSR Part 396 Inspection and Repair Slide33:  Driver must deliver it to the motor carrier. Official of the motor carrier is to examine the roadside inspection report and ensure that any violations/defects noted on the report are corrected. Within 15 days after the inspection, the carrier must sign the inspection report to certify that all violations have been corrected, and then return it to the indicated address. A copy must be retained for 12 months from the date of inspection. FMCSR Part 396 Inspection and Repair Roadside Inspection Report Slide34:  Before starting out, the driver must be satisfied that the motor vehicle is in safe operating condition. If the last vehicle inspection report notes any deficiencies, Driver must review and sign that necessary repairs have been completed. FMCSR Part 396 Inspection and Repair Pre-Trip Inspection Report Slide35:  Drivers are required to prepare a daily written post trip inspection report at the end of each driving day. FMCSR Part 396 Inspection and Repair Post Trip Inspection Report Slide36:  Every driver is responsible for preparing such a report for each vehicle driven. Report covers the following parts/ accessories: Service brakes (including trailer brake connections) Parking (hand) brake Steering mechanism FMCSR Part 396 Inspection and Repair Post Trip Inspection Report Slide37:  Lighting devices and reflectors Tires Horn Windshield wipers Rearview mirrors Coupling devices Wheels and rims Emergency equipment. FMCSR Part 396 Inspection and Repair Post Trip Inspection Report Slide38:  List any condition that the driver either found or had reported to him/her that would affect safety of operation or cause a breakdown. If no defect or deficiency is reported or found, the report should state this. The driver must sign the report in all cases. FMCSR Part 396 Inspection and Repair Post Trip Inspection Report Slide39:  Before dispatching the vehicle again, a carrier shall ensure that a certification has been made as to any defect or deficiency, that they have been corrected, or state those deficiencies that do not require immediate correction. Carriers must keep the original post-trip inspection report and the certification of repairs for at least three months from the date of preparation. FMCSR Part 396 Inspection and Repair Post Trip Inspection Report Slide40:  Every commercial vehicle, including each segment of a combination vehicle requires periodic inspection that must be performed at least once every 12 months. Carriers may perform required annual inspections themselves. The original or a copy of the periodic inspection report must be retained by the motor carrier for 14 months from the report date. FMCSR Part 396 Inspection and Repair Periodic Inspection Slide41:  Documentation (report, sticker, or decal) of the most recent periodic inspection must be kept on the vehicle. The motor carrier may meet periodic inspection requirements through: State or other jurisdiction's roadside inspection program, Self-inspection by qualified employee, or Third part inspection by qualified individual. FMCSR Part 396 Inspection and Repair Periodic Inspection Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Regulations…….:  Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Regulations……. Slide43:  A motor carrier that transports a hazardous material, must comply with the Federal Hazardous Materials Regulations, 49 CFR Parts 100-185. Requirements include: Registration Training Shipping papers Labels Placards and packages. Hazardous Material Regulations (FHMR), 49 CFR 100-185 Slide44:  Regulations include: Insurance requirements Operational restrictions Commercial Drivers License Endorsements Routing Parking and Attendance Requirements for hazardous materials training Hazardous Material Regulations (FHMR), 49 CFR 100-185 Slide45:  Shipper Vs. Carrier Responsibilities Shipper Carrier Shipping papers, emergency info & phone #………………………... X X Communication: marking and Placarding………. X X Loading and unloading…………….. X Compatibility…………………………. X X Blocking and bracing………………. X X Shipper requirements acting as HM shipper & Motor Carrier….. X Classify HM……………………………. X Packaging……………………………... X Shipper’s certification………………. X Hazardous Material Regulations (FHMR), 49 CFR 100-185 Slide46:  HazMat Registration Register with: U.S. Department of Transportation Hazardous Material Regulations P.O. Box 740188 Atlanta, GA  30374-0188 Who must register? Offerors Transporters Interstate, intrastate & foreign commerce How often? Annually (2 & 3 year options; reduced cost) Hazardous Material Regulations (FHMR), 49 CFR 100-185 Slide47:  HazMat Registration What Materials? Hazardous Materials in a quantity or manner requiring placarding Except farmers in direct support of farming operations How much? Small business - $300 Other than small business - $2,000 Hazardous Material Regulations (FHMR), 49 CFR 100-185 Slide48:  HazMat Training All HazMat Employees (171.8) 3 types of training required: General Awareness Function Specific Safety Training Within 90 days of employment and recurring training every 3 years DOCUMENTATION! Hazardous Material Regulations (FHMR), 49 CFR 100-185 Slide49:  HazMat Training: Highway Specific Driver Training Cargo Tanks & Portable Tanks > 1000 gals Having a CDL HazMat Endorsement Does NOT Take the Place of Specific Highway/HazMat Training Hazardous Material Regulations (FHMR), 49 CFR 100-185 Slide50:  Shipping Papers Must have shipping paper prepared in accordance with 172.200. Shipper certification. Accessibility: Distinguished from non-HM Within immediate reach In a holder mounted to the door Hazardous Material Regulations (FHMR), 49 CFR 100-185 Slide51:  Emergency Response Information Must accompany each shipment. Maintained on the vehicle in the same manner as a shipping paper. MSDS/Emergency response guidebook are acceptable. Hazardous Material Regulations (FHMR), 49 CFR 100-185 Slide52:  CARGO TANKS Cargo Tanks must be authorized; MC-300 or 400 series tanks. MC-306, 307 & 312 tanks manufactured before Aug. 31, 1995 are OK. All Tanks manufactured after Sept. 1, 1995 must be 406, 407 and 412. SCT specifications may not meet requirements for operation in the U.S. Hazardous Material Regulations (FHMR), 49 CFR 100-185 Slide53:  Marking and Placarding Vehicle cannot be moved if it is not marked and placarded in accordance in 49 CFR 172.300\ and 172.500 except under certain emergency conditions (177.823). Hazardous Material Regulations (FHMR), 49 CFR 100-185 North American Standard (NAS) Inspection:  North American Standard (NAS) Inspection Inspection Levels Level I North American Standard Level II Walk-Around Driver/Vehicle Level III Driver Only Level IV Special Inspections Level V Vehicle Only North American Standard (NAS) Inspection……:  North American Standard (NAS) Inspection…… Level 1 NAS Inspection:  Level 1 NAS Inspection Drivers Documents 1) Drivers license 2) Medical certificate 3) Registration 4) Log book 5) Seat Belt System Level 1 NAS Inspection...:  Level 1 NAS Inspection... Vehicle 6) Vehicle Inspection Report 7) Brake System 8) Coupling Devices 9) Exhaust System 10) Frame 11) Fuel System Level 1 NAS Inspection...:  Level 1 NAS Inspection... 12) Brake, Head, Tail Lamps, Turn Signals, & Lamps on projecting loads. 13) Safe Loading of Cargo 14) Steering Mechanism 15) Suspension 16) Tires 17) Wheels, Rims & Hubs 18) Van & Open Top Trailer Bodies 19) Windshield Wipers Level 1 NAS Inspection... :  Level 1 NAS Inspection... Hazardous Materials Requirements As Applicable Final inspection items. Low air warning device - operate at 55 psi Tractor protection valve - 20 to 45 psi Excessive steering play Fire extinguisher Warning triangles Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) Decal:  Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) Decal Issued for “Pass” inspection on items 7 - 19 Company representatives are able to identify stickers on fleet Truck driver will know when the vehicle is due Volunteer for inspection upon sticker expiration Valid for three months Four Colors Corners Trimmed CVSA Decal Issuance:  CVSA Decal Issuance Issued by-- Year: large number on face of sticker Quarter: color coordinated. Jan, Feb, Mar: Green Apr, May, Jun: Yellow Jul, Aug, Sep: Orange Oct, Nov, Dec: White Month: indicated by detachable upper corners. Both corners missing: first month of quarter One corner missing (either side): second month Both corners intact: third month Driver Out-of-Service Criteria:  Driver Out-of-Service Criteria Age Operator’s License Physical Disqualification Physical Condition Drugs & Other Substances Alcohol Hours of Service Record of Duty Status Vehicle Out-of-Service Criteria:  Vehicle Out-of-Service Criteria 1) Defective Brakes Adjustment Drums & Rotors Hoses & Tubing Low Air Pressure Warning Device Air Loss Tractor Protection Valve Air Compressor Electric Brakes Hydraulic Brakes Vacuum System Vehicle Out-of-Service Criteria:  Vehicle Out-of-Service Criteria 2) Coupling Devices Fifth Wheels Pintle Hooks Drawbar Eye Drawbar/Tongue Safety Devices (Chains & Cables) Saddlemounts 3) Exhaust System 4) Fuel System 5) Lighting Devices 6) Safe Loading Vehicle Out-of-Service Criteria:  Vehicle Out-of-Service Criteria 7) Steering Mechanism Steering Wheel Free Play Steering Columns Front Axle Beam Steering Gear Box Pitman Arm Power Steering Ball & Socket Joints Tie Rods & Drag Links Nuts Steering System Vehicle Out-of-Service Criteria:  Vehicle Out-of-Service Criteria 8) Suspension Axle Parts/Members Spring Assembly Torque, Radius or Tracking Components 9) Frame Frame Members Tire & Wheel Clearance Adjustable Axle 10) Tires - Steering axle on power unit - Other than steering axle on power unit Vehicle Out-of-Service Criteria:  Vehicle Out-of-Service Criteria 11) Wheels & Rims Lock or Slide Rings Rim Cracks Disc Wheel Cracks Stud Holes (Disc Wheels) Spoke Wheel Cracks Tubeless Demountable Adapter Cracks Fasteners Welds 12) Windshield Glazing 13) Windshield Wipers Slide68:  Rules of the Road Citation Procedures Mechanical Warning Procedures What happens to drivers placed out-of-service? What happens to vehicles placed out-of-service? Other Topics :  Other Topics Size Requirements Length NATIONAL NETWORK: Unlimited length for truck tractor with up to a 53’ trailer (40’ KPRA). Height - 14’ Width - 102” Board Of Equalization (IFTA):  Board Of Equalization (IFTA) International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA). IFTA license Issued by the Board Of Equalization (BOE) Can be issued to cover one or more states IFTA permit Issued by the Board Of Equalization - Obtained at Port Of Entry (Inspection facilities). Air Resources Board :  Air Resources Board Smoke Checks. These can be random at inspection facilities or on the road. Ensure your trucks are not gross polluters. See Handout. For more information contact the Air Resources Board at (555) 111-1234. Most Common Factors Cited In Fatal Crashes:  Most Common Factors Cited In Fatal Crashes Driving too fast Running off the road or out of the traffic Failure to yield the right of way Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely !:  PLEASE TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF Get plenty of rest before driving. Eat well and stay fit. Driver fatigue and lack of attention can significantly increase your risk of a crash. Hours of service violations are serious and can threaten your livelihood or even your life. Stay healthy and well rested, or don't drive! Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely ! Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely !:  Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely ! ALWAYS MAINTAIN YOUR VEHICLE It can save your life. Inspect your vehicle before each trip, and check your brakes regularly. Brake defects are the most frequently cited out-of-service inspection violation. Learn how to inspect your brakes, identify safety defects, and get them repaired before risking your life, and others, on the highway. Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely !:  Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely ! BE AWARE OF YOUR “NO ZONE” Other drivers may not be aware of the size of your blind spots. One-third of all crashes between large trucks and cars take place in the No-Zone areas around a truck. Adjust your mirrors and be vigilant in watching out for other vehicles Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely !:  Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely ! PLEASE SLOW DOWN IN WORK ZONES Watch out for highway construction. Stay alert. Almost one-third of work zone fatal crashes involved large trucks. Most of these crashes occurred during the day. Take your time going through work zones, give yourself plenty of room, and expect the unexpected. Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely !:  Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely ! ALWAYS KEEP YOUR DISTANCE Always leave enough space between you and the vehicle in front of you. In rear-end collisions, regardless of the situation, if you hit someone from behind, you are considered "at fault." Large trucks, given their mass, have much greater stopping distances than 4-wheelers. Take advantage of your driving height, and anticipate hard braking situations Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely !:  Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely ! PLEASE FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELT Buckle up for safety and vehicle control. If you are in a crash, a seat belt will save your life and that of others. It will keep you in your seat and allow for you to maintain control of your truck. Increasing seat belt use is still the single most effective thing we can do to save lives and reduce injures on our roadways. Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely !:  Professional Drivers: Please help us…. Share the Road Safely ! ALWAYS DRIVE DEFENSIVELY Avoid aggressive drivers and maintain a safe speed. Two-thirds of all traffic fatalities may be caused by aggressive driving behaviors. Keep your distance and maintain a safe speed. The only thing excessive speed increases is your chance for a crash.

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