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Commercial Vehicle Operator Registration (CVOR) 101

The Commercial Vehicle Operator Registration (CVOR) system is designed to promote the safe operation of commercial vehicles on Ontario roadways.  This is accomplished by monitoring carrier performance and triggering interventions such as warning letters or audits when certain non-compliance thresholds are exceeded.  Knowing how to monitor carrier performance and interpret the information reported on a CVOR carrier record is key to ensuring compliance.

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Transportation of Dangerous Goods

This course teaches the requirements for handling, offering for transport and transporting dangerous goods in trucking setting. Canadian regulations require all individuals involved in these activities to be trained and certified. The course is geared towards truckload and less-than-truckload operations. This course is based on the Canadian Trucking Alliance handbook “Transporting Dangerous Goods by Truck”.

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Hours of Service – Canadian Requirements

This course gives an understanding of the Canadian Hours of Service regulations that limit the number of hours drivers can operate commercial vehicles. The course will review the basic Canadian Hours-of-Service rules and what records are required for drivers and carriers alike.

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Daily Vehicle Inspections and Reports

Conducting proper driver daily vehicle inspections are key to ensuring the safe operation of any commercial vehicle and limiting delays due to mechanical breakdowns. This half-day training session will help improve a driver’s knowledge of daily vehicle inspection requirements including

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Cargo Securement

Ensuring cargo is properly secured is a critical aspect of safely operating a commercial vehicle. This half-day training session is designed to review the cargo securement requirements found in the National Safety Code (NSC) Standard 10.

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Commercial Vehicle Wheel Service

This course leads to a certification that is required by regulation in Ontario for any person who removes or replaces wheels on trucks, trailers and motor coaches. Successful participants who complete this modular training program will obtain a certificate from the Ministry of Training, College and Universities. Certification can be obtained at 4 different levels. This course is based on the training handbook “Practical Tire & Wheel Service”.

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Ontario’s Long Combination Vehicle Program

Ontario LCVs consist of specially equipped tractors pulling two full-sized semi-trailers. They may operate on specified 400-series highways and the QEW as well as between Quebec and Ontario. LCVs were introduced into Ontario in 2009 as a public-private partnership between the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) and the Ontario Trucking Association (OTA).

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