Transportation Safety

CVOR Training – Load Securement

Course Details

Compliance with National Standard
According to the Ontario Highway traffic Act
Section 2. (1) Every commercial motor vehicle carrying a load on a highway must be in compliance with Division 3 (Requirements for Cargo Securement System) and Division 4 (Tiedowns) of Part 1 of the National Standard. O. Reg.363/04. s.2 (1).

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* price does not include HST * travel costs may apply Course Includes:
  • Manuals
  • Wall Certificate
  • Wallet Cards
  • Attendance Report
  • Tests
  • Records of Training

Description

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

Compliance with National Standard
According to the Ontario Highway traffic Act
Section 2. (1) Every commercial motor vehicle carrying a load on a highway must be in compliance with Division 3 (Requirements for Cargo Securement System) and Division 4 (Tiedowns) of Part 1 of the National Standard. O. Reg.363/04. s.2 (1).

Course Content

  • Inspection Criteria
  • Securement Device Requirements
  • Interpretation of NSC Standard 10
  • Concepts of Working Load Limits
  • Canada-Wide Safe Practices
  • Cargo Packing Considerations
  • Special Commodity Securement