- § 380.101
Purpose and scope.
- § 380.103
- § 380.105
- § 380.107
- § 380.109
- § 380.111
Substitute for driver training.
- § 380.113
- § 380.201
- § 380.203
- § 380.205
- § 380.301
- § 380.303
Substitute for instructor requirements.
- § 380.305
- § 380.401
- § 380.501
- § 380.502
- § 380.503
Entry-level driver training requirements.
- § 380.505
Proof of training.
- § 380.507
- § 380.509
- § 380.511
Employer recordkeeping responsibilities.
- § 380.513
Required information on the training certificate.
- Appendix to Part 380
LCV Driver Training Programs, Required Knowledge and Skills
SPECIAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
§ 380.503: Entry-level driver training requirements.
Entry-level driver training must include instruction addressing the following four areas:
(a) Driver qualification requirements. The Federal rules on medical certification, medical examination procedures, general qualifications, responsibilities, and disqualifications based on various offenses, orders, and loss of driving privileges (part 391, subparts B and E of this subchapter).
(b) Hours of service of drivers. The limitations on driving hours, the requirement to be off-duty for certain periods of time, record of duty status preparation, and exceptions (part 395 of this subchapter). Fatigue countermeasures as a means to avoid crashes.
(c) Driver wellness. Basic health maintenance including diet and exercise. The importance of avoiding excessive use of alcohol.
(d) Whistleblower protection. The right of an employee to question the safety practices of an employer without the employee's risk of losing a job or being subject to reprisals simply for stating a safety concern (29 CFR part 1978).
Although we make every effort to assure that the information we provide is complete and accurate, it is not intended to take the place of published agency regulations. Regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation and its Operating Administrations are published in the Federal Register and compiled in the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Copies of appropriate volumes of the CFR in book format may be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, or examined at many libraries.
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