CVOR Training For Supervisors

Learn the complete step by step plan for passing your CVOR inspections and keeping your fleet on the road.

You’re An Expert Supervisor, But Sometimes It’s Hard To Keep Up With All The Documentation.

Can You Answer These Questions?

 

  • Do you know how to calculate your safety rating?
  • Can you calculate your over violation rate?
  • Do you know your 24-month sliding carrier threshold and what goes into the 2:2:1 ratio?
  • Do you have a plan and know how to pass CVSA inspections when the MOT or police come to your location?
  • Do you know the MOT’s new definition of road building machines?

If you can’t answer those questions, don’t worry, many people cannot.

But after taking CVOR For Supervisors, you’ll be able to answer those questions and demonstrate all critical knowledge requirements to adequately manage your drivers, your paperwork, and your program without all the headaches. Properly managing the requirements of your drivers and CVOR is a critical function for every supervisor or administrator.

Yet, many supervisors have not had or updated their CVOR for Supervisors training recently.

And, that’s a mistake you can’t afford to make, here’s why…

The lack of proactive management of your CVOR requirements and staying current with the Ministry of Transportation (MOT) requirements can be costly to your organization, your productivity, and increases your exposure to liability.

This Course Is Designed For Supervisors Only

NOTE: This course is not for drivers as it does not include the necessary requirements for their Hours of Service (HoS) and inspections.

If you are a supervisor or administrator of  municipal fleets, trucking companies, utilities, landscapers, or any other organization that has a CVOR requirement, this training was designed for you.

Municipalities Are Not Exempt From CVOR Requirements

There is a persistent and inaccurate belief that municipalities are exempt from CVOR requirements. And, at one time, the Ministry of Transportation made exceptions for them, but those times have passed.

Municipalities have nearly the same requirements a every organization in Ontario when it comes to CVOR. The few small differences that exist for municipalities are included in the course.

Learn From A Professional Instructor With A Group Of Your Peers

You’ll be learning in person or online with a group of peers who will not only share their experiences but who will become a trusted professional network you can look to for support, experiences, and answers as you grow in your careers.

“Excellent course, I feel better prepared starting my job and feel that the knowledge I have obtained over those 2 days will certainly be an advantage to bringing the company in compliance in respect to CVOR.”

Myra Marsh Total Cable Contracting

CVOR For Supervisors Is Not Classroom “Theory” – It Gives You The Tools You Need To Do The Job, Hassle Free

The information you’ll learn in this program is not “classroom theory,” you’ll be learning the most up to date, from the trenches information available in Canada today.

The Tools And Training You Need To Succeed

This class is designed to give you the tools you need to be competent in managing CVOR and to make you the most effective possible supervisor.

Here’s What You’ll Learn From Your Professional CVOR Instructor

During CVOR for Supervisors, our professional instructor will teach you:

  • The most effective way to pass a Facility Audit and the Facility Audit process reviewed.
  • How to calculate your over violation rate
  • What you need to know to understand CVOR points, thresholds, and what happens at different levels. You’ll discover the critical 2:2:1 ratio.
  • How to pass a CVSA Inspection and what you must know and do when the MTO or Police come to your operation.
  • How to handle traffic tickets with CVOR in mind.
  • How to manage accidents, the investigation, driver follow up, and filing requirements
  • What vehicles are covered by CVOR and changes to the definition of road building machines
  • Everything you need to know about driver qualifications, what you need to check and the documentation to keep on file.
  • How to understand Hours of service (HoS) from rules to exemptions to logbooks and timesheets.
  • The process for conducting the trip inspection overview and how to manage schedules, exemptions emergencies, and more
  • Understand vehicle maintenance filing requirements and how to keep up on periodic preventative maintenance.
  • How to handle repairs and modifications and inspections reports and repairs done by the driver.

At the end of this comprehensive two-day masterclass, you’ll have the skills and knowledge to effectively manage your fleet and drivers.

You’ll also have increased your professional supervisor skillset.

Is This The Right Course For You?

This course is a must for every professional supervisor on a path of growth.

Are you responsible for training drivers and the administrative staff responsible for driver’s schedules?

If you are responsible for being sure that the CVOR program is properly maintained; if you are responsible for educating Councilors about the necessary budget requirements; if you are responsible for everyone in the organization being on the same page, then this course is a must for you.

Are You Or Your Drivers At Risk Of Making These Expensive Mistakes?

 

  • Not accurately documenting Hours of Service (Driver’s hours)
  • Not following CVOR requirements because it is “too much work”
    Failing audits
  • Not managing tickets, accidents, roadside checks effectively
  • Not knowing what you don’t know about CVOR requirements
  • Letting drivers do what they want to do, not what is required

Here’s what some of our other recent attendees had to say:

 

“A lot of content but just right amount of time”
Jeff Myer Town of Guelph/Eramosa

“Very informative session, instructor is very knowledgeable and helpful with detailed questions”
Angela Marazita City of Windsor

“This is a very well organized and presented course. The information provided is both relevant and important.”
Bruce Graham City of Kenora

“Excellent course, opened my eyes to things we need to improve on”
Tim Whiting Blue Water Power Distribution

We have a full calendar of in-person and online courses coming up, please select the date and location that best suits you.

Upcoming Courses


The safety of our students and trainers is our top concern always at Ground Force Training. In response to  COVID-19 this training is now available online.

Online Webinar, ON

December 8-9 , 2020

8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Hear From Past Attendees

“A lot of content but just right amount of time”

Jeff Myer Town of Guelph/Eramosa

“Very informative session, instructor is very knowledgeable and helpful with detailed questions”

Angela Marazita City of Windsor

“Excellent course, I feel better prepared starting my job and feel that the knowledge I have obtained over those 2 days be certainly an advantage to bringing the company in compliance in respect to CVOR.”

Myra Marsh Total Cable Contracting

“This is a very well organized and presented course. The information provided is both relevant and imprtant.”

Bruce Graham City of Kenora

“Excellent course, opened my eyes to things we need to improve on”

Tim Whiting Blue Water Power Distribution

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