Trucking Industry Training Resources Library
Our OSHA and safety training series is designed to help broaden worker and employer knowledge on the recognition, avoidance, and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace.
Modern-day slavery, or human trafficking, exists whenever people are bought and sold for forced labor or commercial sex. Around the world, there are an estimated 20.9 million slaves today. Human trafficking has been reported in all 50 states, and the number of victims in the United States is estimated in the hundreds of thousands. Truckers Against…
Proper training can help prevent a lot of the most common on-the-job injuries. Our training videos on common on-the-job injuries combine training on how to prevent some of the most common on-the-job injuries with a unique series we call Real. Life. Lessons. Produced in conjunction with Midwestern Insurance Alliance, our Real. Life. Lessons. s…
Trucks hauling rock, sand, gravel, limestone, cement, and other products from mines and over the highways pose safety challenges at mines due to their mobility and the pace of activity. This video series addresses training on Federal rules imposed by the Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA)
FMCSA Regulations require trucking companies, drivers, and other key personnel to understand and comply with vehicle inspection and safety rules. Additionally, proper training about vehicle maintenance on things like brake safety, fundamentals of tire wear, and an overall understanding of how trucks operate, may help eliminate accidents and k…
Keeping your company safe from litigation is an important part of a compliance and safety program. Learn about litigation issues, laws governing the transportation industry, and how to safeguard your company and mitigate your risk of litigation through training.
Videos in this category focus on roadside inspections and pre-trip inspections. Roadside inspections are done to check that drivers are in compliance with FMCSA regulations. Pre-trip inspection rules are set by the FMCSA. If an inspection is not done, or steps are overlooked, drivers can receive CSA violations, legal violations, and dama…
Whether it’s keeping your drivers healthy, ensuring they understand their medical cards, or just making sure they know how to administer basic first aid in the event of an injury on the job, the videos in this section are designed to help your drivers stay healthy and safe.
All employees who handle or ship hazardous material, employees who process hazardous materials paperwork, and supervisors of these employees must receive Hazmat training. This video series covers eight areas of Hazmat training, including: Bracing, Emergency Response, General Awareness, Packaging, Labeling, Marking, Placarding, and Shipping Papers….
A fuel saving series designed to keep drivers, dispatchers, and maintenance personnel mindful of practices they can all employ to increase fuel economy.
The FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food is designed to protect foods from farm to table by keeping them safe from contamination during transportation. The rule requires training of carrier personnel in sanitary transportation practices and documentation of the training. Thi…
This series looks at Entry Level Driver Training requirements, including qualifications, driver responsibilities, hours of service, qualifications, medical exams, and more.
Providing supervisor training about drug and alcohol testing, along with employee education training, helps keep your workplace safe and mitigates your company’s risk of having a non-compliant drug and alcohol testing program.
Driving down the highway, your professional drivers can encounter an array of problems. Our Driver Skills Best Practices videos focus on empowering your drivers with the skills they need to practice defensive driving and avoid collisions, rollovers, jackknifing, and more.
Ensuring your drivers are up-to-speed on the best practices while on the road is paramount to your safety program. Our general knowledge videos for drivers focus on best practices, safe driving tips, cargo securement, and coupling/uncoupling trailers.
The FMCSA’s CSA program changed the ways carriers and drivers address safety issues. This series of videos provides a brief overview of what CSA is, how it affects safety ratings, and steps to take to avoid violations.
A training series from Central Business Services for Owner Operators to learn basic business acumen including business structure, building and running a business, the IRS, accounting, and computer systems.