North American Fatigue Management Program

A Comprehensive Approach for Managing Commercial Driver Fatigue

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The information presented in this interactive course is based on the most current information available at the time of publication. Every attempt has been made to provide this material accurately and in an easy-to-understand format. Please understand that all the variables posed by on-the-job application of this information cannot be covered.

 

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The fatigue management content of this web site does not replace or override the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulation on hours of service (49 C.F.R. Part 395) or the Canadian regulation on hours of service.   FMCSA and Canadian-regulated commercial motor carriers and drivers continue to have a duty to know and comply with the FMCSA and Canadian hours of service regulation.

 

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