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Whether you're a multi-tasking compliance staff member, line-level safety supervisor or an experienced Safety Director, MTA is here to help you become a certified safety professional!

This training is applicable toward NATMI’s nationally recognized, university accredited Safety Director/Safety Supervisors Certification Programs. Taking these courses is the first step toward earning a credential that will help you become a more competent professional, earn industry recognition and further create a safety mindset in your company.

What's covered?
Motor Fleet Safety Basics (Days 1-2):
  • Objectives of a fleet safety program
  • NATMI certification for safety professionals overview
  • DOT/OSHA record keeping requirements and issues
  • Reporting and documenting vehicle accidents
  • Employee injury control and prevention
  • Hiring the right people
  • Driver retention
  • Safety training
  • Implementing safety in your company

Managing Motor Fleet Safety Programs (Days 3-4):
  • Demonstrating safe operations' effect on profitability
  • Quality management approach to safety programs
  • Employee injury/illness management programs
  • Driver performance management
  • Accident analysis and litigation
  • Implementing these concepts in your own company

Presented live via Zoom, the webinar link and materials will be sent before the presentation.

Hurry! Registration is open through Friday, October 9.

Questions? Call 517-321-1951 or email
Michigan Trucking Association is the statewide trade association that has represented Michigan for-hire trucking companies and private company fleets since 1934. Headquartered in Lansing, MI, the association offers federal and state transportation regulations assistance, legislative representation and other trucking-related guidance.
Michigan Trucking Association
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