Unit 2 - North American Transportation Management Institute

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Motor Fleet Safety Basics:
Training for the Safety Supervisor
Unit 2: Overview of the NATMI Certification Program
Unit 2 Objectives
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Describe the benefits of the Safety Supervisor
certification offered by NATMI
Describe the requirements for the Safety Supervisor
certification offered by NATMI
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About NATMI
• Who are we? The premier professional development
organization for safety, maintenance and driver training
professionals in the motor transportation industry
• Our Mission: The North American Transportation
Management Institute (NATMI) is an organization of
transportation professionals dedicated to promoting
industry safety through continuing education and
certification
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Benefits of Certification
• Career advancement
• Professional reputation
• Industry recognition
• Personal growth and development
• Self-esteem
• Marketability
• Internationally recognized credential
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Elements of NATMI Certification
• Education
• Experience
• Expertise
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NATMI Certification Requirements
• Courses
• Application and exhibit
• Letters of recommendation
• Certification exam
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Types of NATMI Certification
• Safety
• Director of Safety (CDS)
• Safety Supervisor (CSS)
• Maintenance
• Director of Equipment/Maintenance (CDM/E)
• Maintenance Supervisor (CSM/E)
• Driver Training (CDT)
• Certified Cargo Security Professional (CCSP)
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NATMI History
1944 Penn State University program - National Committee for
Motor Fleet Supervisor Training
1997 Renamed as North American Transportation Management
Institute (NATMI)
2003 Incorporated as a 501 (c) 3 non-profit educational
association
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NATMI Membership
• Members
• Safety and maintenance managers
• Insurance and driver training professionals
• Government, association, consultants, and other
transportation professionals
• Member benefits
• Course discounts
• Newsletter
• Committees
• Career center
• Mentoring
• Certification
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Questions
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