Bangladesh Road Transport Laws 2018 training centre in Bangladesh

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Bangladesh Road Transport Laws 2018

  • Date : 18 - 19 February 2022
  • Duration : Evening(7 PM-10 PM)
  • No. of Classes/ Sessions : 2 Sessions
  • Class Schedule : Friday - Saturday
  • Total Hours : 6
  • Last Date of Registration : 16 February, 2022 ( within 5pm )
  • Venue : Online Virtual

Introduction

There are massive changes in Bangladesh Road Transport Laws 2018. Transport and fleet managers need to know the Motor Vehicle Laws 2018.

By completing this training course, individuals will be able to thoroughly convergent with these laws and will be more efficient in managing fleet drivers and transportation operational challenges.

Methodology

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Contents of Training:

SESSION-1

Chapter-1: DEFINATION
• What's new?
• Motor Vehicle Ordinance of 1983

Chapter-2: LICENSE
• Issuance of driver’s license
• Power of licensing authority to disqualify for holding a driving license

Chapter-3: DRIVERS LICENSE
• Necessity for conductor’s license
• Grant of conductors’ license

Chapter-4: RSGISTRATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE
• Necessity for registration
• Temporary Registration
• Transfer of ownership
• Alteration in Motor vehicle
• Special requirements for registration of transport vehicle

Chapter-5: CONTROL OF TRANSPORT VEHICLE
• Duration and renewal of permits
• Cancellation and suspension of permits
• Restriction of hours of work of workers

Chapter-6: CONTROL OF TRFFIC
• Control of vehicle
• Limits of speed
• Limits of weight and limitation on use
• Main roads
• Duty to obey traffic signs
• Signals and signaling devices
• Inspection of vehicle involved in accident

SESSION-2

Chapter-7: REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
• Motor Vehicle repairs and maintenance
• Insurance of Motor vehicle against third party risks
• Necessity for insurance against third party risk
• No fault liability

Chapter-8: TRAFFIC CONTROL
• Control of traffic
• Control of weight
• Environmental control

Chapter-9: ACCIDENT COMPENSATION
• Accident compensation, medical and insurance
• Treatment of a person injured in a road accident
• Passenger or motor vehicle insurance

Chapter-10: OFFENCES, PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE
• General provision for punishment of offence
• Offences relating to license
• Driving at excessive speed
• Driving recklessly or dangerously
• Driving while under the influence of drink or drug
• Driving when mentally or physically unfit to drive
• Using vehicle in unsafe condition

Chapter-11: NISCELLANEOUS
• Officers to exercise powers of police officers

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Resource Person

Mahabub Alam

Certified FSI Adjunct Faculty & Trainer (Former)

With his over 16 years working experience for US Department of State, Mr. Alam imparts variety of Operations Management Training. Serving as an Accredited Adjunct Faculty & Trainer of US Govt. Foreign Service Institute (FSI), he has developed and conducted variety of training courses to include, DDT, OH&S, Fleet and Logistics Management related training, Administrative Management Excellence, Customer Services Training at US Government’s Regional Employee Development Center in South Asia, Europe and USA and trained about 2000+ Management employees of US Department of State.

Mr. Alam is a Smith System [an affiliated member of International Association for Continued Education and Training (IACET), Washington, DC, USA] certified Defensive Driving Trainer. He holds “Three” Smith System Defensive Driving Trainer certificates. His first Smith System ToT course has completed in Malaysia in 2007, the refresher Smith System ToT course has completed in 2010 in Singapore and lastly he updated his Smith System trainer course in 2013 in Bangkok. He served as a “Regional” trainer for US Embassy Dhaka as well as Regional Employee Development Center, Bangkok for 12 years.

Mr. Alam received the Presentation &Training Skills course (ToT) training from US Foreign Service Institute in Frankfurt, Germany in 2012. He holds Workplace Safety, Occupational Health & Safety (OHSA), Fire Safety, First Responder Training course for Weapons of Mass Destruction (WDM), First Aid, Management Control Excellence, How to be a Contracting officer representative (COR), eLogistics, Supervisory Responsibilities Basic and Beyond Basic etc, courses from the Foreign Service Institute of United State if America.

In 2012, Mr. Alam gladly accepted an invitation from US Department of State Logistic Management Head Quarter to join the global “expert forum” to inputs on “Integrated Fleet/Logistics Management System (eLogistics) in Washington D.C for further development of department’s logistic management process.

Among other training courses, he received many specialized and critical training on Security Awareness, Hostile Work Environment, Special security devise etc from Regional Security Office, CIA and FBI special agent American Embassy Dhaka. Mr. Alam also served as Motorcade officer to ensure logistical details for VVIP visit host by American Embassy Dhaka i.e. The First Lady of United States of America, Defense Secretary, The Secretary of State and several Five Start Generals etc visit.

After serving for US department of State, Mr. Alam founded and serves as a CEO and Lead Trainer of Skills-Craft Associates and imparts DDT, Safety, OH&S, Fleet Management and Corporate Management Excellence Training for MNCs, NCs, INGOs, NNGOs & Diplomatic Missions. He is composure for verities of training and consultation, his firm, Skills-Craft Associates, routinely for more than 20 organizations such as British American Tobacco, Unilever, Telenor Group (Grameenphone), Robi Axiata Ltd, Berger Paints, Coats Bangladesh, Graphics Tex, JICA, DANIDA, CARE, British Council, Boeing, Power Grid Company of Bangladesh, Several Diplomatic Missions etc. etc.

For his exceptional training and leadership skills, he achieved numerous ‘Awards” from US Department of State in recognition of his tremendous efforts and contributions in saving life and properties for US Government. Mr. Alam has a Masters degree and several PGDM on Safety, Environment & Management.

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