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Hiring Unqualified Truck Drivers: How Companies Drop the Ball

What You Will Learn

  • Processes and procedures businesses use to hire commercial and noncommercial drivers
  • Steps in hiring and supervising from initial pre-screening through risk management of the employed driver
  • Case studies viewed through a forensic lens

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What You Will Learn

  • Processes and procedures businesses use to hire commercial and noncommercial drivers
  • Steps in hiring and supervising from initial pre-screening through risk management of the employed driver
  • Case studies viewed through a forensic lens
Date Published

April 6, 2021

Publisher

Minnesota Association for Justice

Subjects

Trucking

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Summary

In this presentation, Peter Kestner of McEwen Kestner and commercial trucking expert Brooks Rugemer of Robson Forensic will discuss the processes and procedures used by companies in hiring both commercial and noncommercial drivers. They will cover all the steps along the way, from initial pre-screening through risk management once a driver is on the payroll, highlighting how businesses can drop the ball on hiring qualified drivers. The presentation will include case study examples, viewing them through a forensic lens.

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Presenters

Peter Kestner

Pete Kestner has extensive experience with truck accident cases, both as a private attorney and representative for trucking... Read More

Brooks Rugemer
Commercial Trucking Specialist - Robson Forensic

Brooks Rugemer has been a commercial trucking specialist with Robson Forensic since 2005 where he provide technical... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Hiring Unqualified Truck Drivers: How Companies Drop the Ball
Hiring Unqualified Truck Drivers: How Companies Drop the Ball - Paper
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