Human Trafficking Awareness
Stay compliant and help combat human trafficking at the same time. You may just save a life.
Human trafficking is on the rise
The majority of trafficking-related cases are reported to law enforcement by members of the public. Truck drivers tend to frequent the most common places where many of these exchanges happen, including motels, restaurants, truck stops, rest areas, and gas stations. That puts them in a position to help disrupt established trafficking networks and enable law enforcement to rescue victims before it’s too late.
Combines engaging video and editing technology with expertise from industry professionals at all levels. After completing this program, employees will be able to:
- Describe human trafficking and identify those who are at risk
- Recognize the signs of human trafficking
- Explain how to respond appropriately when you suspect human trafficking is taking place
Provides information on how to develop, organize, and conduct an effective human trafficking awareness session.
- 10-question quiz and answer key
- Training Log
- Training Certificate
- PowerPoint Presentation
- Learning Activities
Stay ahead of the mandate
Several states, including Colorado, Alabama, and Kansas, are passing laws making it mandatory for commercial truck drivers to receive human trafficking training before being able to obtain their CDL. Other states are expected to follow suit.