Fleet Best Practices and DOT Update

On Demand Webinar

Fleet Best Practices and DOT Update

Commercial auto insurance is still seeing rate increases as well as its share of issues that affect employers. With many companies having a hard time finding good drivers to operate larger commercial vehicles, many have tried to assist new employees with this skill. 
As of February 8, 2022, a new rule took effect that applies to those seeking to obtain their Commercial Driver License (CDL). Those who obtained their Commercial Learning Permit (CLP) after the effective date must use a training provider listed in the national registry. A business can choose to send their entry-level drivers out to a registered provider, or they can go through the steps to meet the requirements themselves. 
This webinar will review the requirements of these rules and points to consider if your company is considering going through the provider registration process.

This webinar will discuss:

  • The ongoing fleet issue
  • Thresholds where DOT rules apply
  • Avoiding out-of-service violations
  • New rules for Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT)
Ken Alderden Risk Control Consultant

Ken Alderden

Ken joined Hausmann Group in 2022 with over 30 years of experience in the insurance safety field. He has worked both on the carrier and agency side, which gives him a unique perspective into the ins and outs of safety at companies both large and small. Ken focuses on Construction safety in particular, working with clients on fleet safety, FMCSA issues, and large property fire protection.

When Ken encounters a problem, he prides himself on making practical suggestions to improve safety that not only are effective at reducing risk, but also are practical to the business owners with their investment of time and money. He states, “Often there are alternatives to conventional safety practices that are overlooked. I would like to think my clients would say I enjoy providing common sense solutions.”

You can find Ken landscaping, tinkering with machines in his garage or spending time with his family when he is not in the office. He loves to do anything outdoors and has coached baseball, softball, basketball, and soccer over the years.

Ken has a B.S. in Occupational Safety from UW-Whitewater and is an OSHA Outreach Trainer for Construction Safety.


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