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J.J. Keller & Associates has developed 28 new online training courses that it said can help fleets reduce fines and CSA scores and become more prepared for roadside inspections. Corrective action training (CAT) can help fleets ensure their drivers are ready for the road.

“Targeted corrective-action training makes sure drivers get the training they really need, when they need it,” said J.J. Keller subject-matter expert Daren Hansen. “This type of training is data-driven, more efficient for drivers and employers, and more effective at correcting specific behaviors that can lead to violations and crashes.”

J.J. Keller’s CAT online training courses will help motor carriers provide training on critical transport safety and compliance topics such as:

  • 30-Minute Breaks
  • CDLs and Medical Cards
  • Electronic Logging Devices
  • Hard Cornering
  • Hazmat Emergency Response Information
  • Hours of Service Documentation
  • Seat Belts
  • Tailgating
  • Traffic Lanes
  • Windshields and Wipers
  • Annual Periodic Inspections
  • Cell Phones
  • Emergency Equipment
  • Harsh Acceleration
  • Hazmat Packaging
  • Lights
  • Speeding
  • Tires
  • Vehicle Leaks
  • Brakes
  • Hard Braking
  • Hazmat Cargo Tanks
  • Hazmat Shipping Papers
  • Placarding
  • Stop Signs
  • Traffic Control Devices
  • Vehicle Maintenance

Additional corrective action courses will be available soon. This first group was chosen because these are the areas where the most violations are seen, the company said.

Originally posted on Trucking Info

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