Vehicle Inspection Systems’ team members completed the CVSA Roadside Inspection Training Course in Salt Lake City this July.
In early July, two of VIS’s own traveled to Salt Lake City, UT to participate in CVSA’s Industry Roadside Inspection Course on Vehicle Requirements. The five day course provided information and training on roadside regulatory requirements and out-of-service conditions. Both VIS team members, Lori Clouser and Brigette Engstrom, received a “successful completion” status at the end of the event.
During their training, they gained a greater understanding of the inspection process as well as how regulatory requirements can impact the motor carrier industry. Lori Clouser remarked, “We had excellent instructors who were so incredibly knowledgeable. Knowledge is an invaluable tool for connecting with customers and this was an amazing opportunity to dive into the technical side of inspections. With this knowledge, I can better understand what my customers need to make their vehicles safer and their companies more successful.”
Through participating in the course, both Lori and Brigette epitomized VIS’s commitment to constantly improving and challenging the current methods of doing things. They can now share what they’ve learned with the VIS team to help promote continued success for VIS and its customers.
“The course was superb,” Brigette commented. “Learning the out-of-service criteria and how to apply it was a great opportunity for Vehicle Inspection Systems and our current and future customers. After completion of the course, I have a better vision to share with our customers about where and how their safety and maintenance programs can be improved all year, not just during inspection times.”
“We want to thank CVSA for providing this course to industry professionals,” Lori added. “CVSA’s dedication to education and training is something we here at VIS support. These are keys to improving the motor carrier industry overall.”
For more than 20 years, Vehicle Inspection Systems (VIS) has been the front runner for heavy duty vehicle, truck, and bus safety for the trucking and transportation industry for brake and undercarriage inspection as well as wheel and rim safety.