Log In Now
On September 29, 2020, the hours-of-service regulations surrounding adverse driving conditions, mandatory breaks, the short-haul exception, and split sleeper berth changed. J. J. Keller’s Hours of Service Training will help you familiarize your drivers with these changes as well as give them an understanding of how hours-of-service limits affect safety and productivity.
Time is limited. No one can add a minute to an hour, day, or week. For professional drivers, time is further limited by the hours-of-service regulations. The purpose of the hours of service regulations is to keep tired drivers off the road. After many hours behind the wheel, fatigue sets in, and it can lead to bad decisions and deadly crashes. For the safety of all drivers, compliance with the hours of service regulations has been required of commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers since the 1930s.
The Hours of Service Training curriculum will help drivers and carriers to be compliant while maximizing the available hours through a full understanding of how the limits affect safety and productivity.
Hours of Service Training: Basics is designed to cover the fundamentals of hours-of-service regulations and what it means to be regulated. Drivers will learn what types of activities they are expected to keep track of, and which are considered on-duty or off-duty. They will learn the importance of tracking rest cycles and the amount of work they’ve completed, which will help them determine if they are safe and legal to drive. Learn more.
Hours of Service Training: Limits is designed to help drivers avoid operating a commercial motor vehicle when fatigued and comply with the hours-of-service limits by ensuring they understand how each of the limits or clocks work together. It will also help them to know when to take a break and when to rest to restart their hours. Learn more.
Hours of Service Training: Recording Your Hours is designed to teach drivers when each type of record can be used and how each is evaluated during a roadside inspection. It also helps drivers with planning their trips to avoid violations. Learn more.
Hours of Service Training: Exceptions is designed to help drivers understand which exceptions can be used and when to use them.
There are seven commonly used hours-of-service exceptions included in this training:
Carriers may allow or prohibit the use of exceptions based on their policies and practices. Learn more.
Hours of Service Training: ELD Basics is designed to help drivers compliantly use ELDs and correctly use the special driving categories of personal conveyance and yard move. This will help drivers understand their role in reducing unassigned driving events, when to edit the record, and the importance of reviewing the record before submission. Learn more.
Hours of Service Training: How to Complete a Manual Log is designed to help drivers understand which fields are required and which are optional to accurately prepare their record of duty status and how to complete a recap to avoid violations. Learn more.
Supplement classroom or field training with self-paced online courses backed by a trusted team of compliance experts. You can pay as you go using our convenient points system, or you can purchase a subscription and gain unlimited access to our library of over 600 online training courses.
With Video On Demand, you have access to hundreds of up‑to‑date safety and compliance videos with pay as you go or subscription options. Plus, enjoy remote viewing capabilities that enable you to send streaming video and training access to learners who are off-site or absent from classroom sessions.
Whether you choose online training courses or pay per view (streaming) videos, you’ll enjoy twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week access to a library of hundreds of safety and compliance titles for maximum flexibility in and out of the classroom.
Keep track of which employees trained on which topics and when and have easy access to all of your training records with our online recordkeeping tool.
Quickly and easily create reports of your online and classroom training by students or courses.
"I see a marked improvement in the completion/compliance of the daily driver logs among those that completed the [Hours of Service] online course. In general, our drivers are more aware of what the rules are related to the completion of logs."
Jim Carfora | Lorraine Horse Transport, Inc. | Rockland, MA