The Canada Hours of Service Training curriculum will help drivers and carriers to be compliant with the regulations. This will also maximize the drivers available hours while limiting the risks. The drivers full understanding of how the limits affect safety and productivity has led to a reduction in serious accidents on the road.
The learning curve to operating Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) can be challenging. While the technical standards are some of the most complicated for drivers, there are end benefits. Creating a duty status is now easier and more accurate when using an ELD . This is due to its automatic recording capabilities.
Canada Hours of Service Training: ELD Basics is designed to help with compliance while use ELDs. Drivers benefit due to their increased training. They learn to correctly use the special driving categories of personal use and yard move. Understanding the drivers role in reducing unassigned driving events, the time and method to edit their records, and the importance of record review before submission are emphasized..
Intended Audience: CMV Drivers Operating in Canada
Reg Covered: SOR/2005-313
The eLearning course covers the following topics:
- ELD Use
- Who’s Affected when using ELDs?
- Approved Devices in Canada
- Driver ELD Expectations
- Canada In-Cab Requirements
- User Accounts to log into
- Logging into the ELD and the format
- Duty Changes and Driver Entries with the ELD
- Creating the ELD Record
- Edits to the ELD
- ELD Record Retention
- Roadside Inspections and what they are looking for
- ELD Malfunctions and notification to ones carrier
- After completing this training course, learners will be able to:
- Learnwhen drivers are required to use an ELD
- Identify the items that should to be in the cab when recording hours
- How drivers can reduce unassigned drive time
- ELD malfunctions and the process to fix them
ONLINE COURSE DURATION
About 25 minutes online
Pass mark 80% to be certified
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
Certificate of completion can be downloaded following a pass mark.