The Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) has partnered with CVSA to offer CVSA’s week-long training course on Canadian driver regulatory roadside inspection requirements and out-of-service conditions. This will be the Alliance’s first industry course held in Canada. It will take place Jan. 10-14, 2022, at AMTA headquarters in Rocky View, Alberta.
Instructed by CVSA Director of Roadside Inspection Program Kerri Wirachowsky and contractor Alfred Brown, this course includes information on regulatory definitions, regulations for extra-provincial operations, commercial driver’s license and driver qualification requirements, dangerous goods, the updated 2021 electronic logging device rules, federal hours of service, annual inspection reports, standards for trip inspection reports and schedules for commercial motor vehicles, human trafficking and documenting violations.
This course is intended to provide industry with training to better understand the roadside regulatory requirements. The goal of the training is to provide each motor carrier with the tools and knowledge to achieve compliance with the roadside safety regulations and a better understanding of the relationship between regulatory requirements and out-of-service conditions.
The deadline for registration is Friday, Dec. 10.
NOTE: If you are unable to attend this training course but are interested in this and/or other industry training courses, fill out our online training interest form. You will be notified via email once the course in which you expressed interest is scheduled and registration is open.