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  • Medical Review - Police
    Wellesley St W Box 589 Toronto ON M7A 1N3 Business Hours 8 30 a m to 5 00 p m Monday to Friday By email DriverImprovementOffice ontario ca By phone 416 235 1773 1 800 268 1481 Inside Ontario only By fax 416 235 3400 1 800 304 7889 Medical Review Section Police Reporting Police are required under Section 199 3 of the Highway Traffic Act to report all collisions within 10 days to the Ministry of Transportation The standard collision reporting form includes information about the condition of drivers involved in the collision For a number of years police services have also reported drivers to MTO who may be medically unfit to drive these reports were typically received by MTO on police service letterhead In response to recommendations from three Coroner s Inquests MTO partnered with representatives from MCSCS MAG municipal police services and the Ontario Provincial Police to develop a reporting form to assist police to report potentially unfit drivers to MTO In July 2006 a new standardized reporting form that police officers may fax to MTO 24 hours a day seven days a week was distributed to all police services in Ontario Police officers may use this new form to report drivers who come to their attention upon the investigation of a collision public complaint and or exhibition of poor driving This new form standardizes reports to MTO and prompts police for critical information needed by MTO to make an informed decision on whether the driver poses a threat to road safety The form can be used to report to the ministry unsafe drivers requiring evaluation or investigation including Drivers with suspected medical impairment Drivers who show signs of significant driving incompetence or Commercial vehicle drivers involved in a collision and who have fallen asleep at the

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/medical-review/part8.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Medical Review - FAQ
    out the status of your file you can call 416 235 1773 or 1 800 268 1481 Ontario only You can get up to date information regarding the status of your file by using the ministry s Integrated Voice Response IVR system The system will prompt you on what key to press and when to enter your driver s licence number Note that there is a slight delay in the prompt to enter your driver s licence number The prompt takes approximately 15 seconds so please do not hang up or return to the previous menu Q 14 How long does it take before I can resume driving once my licence is reinstated A 14 Once your medical report is approved and entered on the ministry s database your driver s licence is reinstated immediately The actual licence card will take approximately 6 weeks however in most cases a temporary driver s licence is attached to your reinstatement notice The reinstatement notice will come in the mail a few days after your reinstatement is processed If you cannot wait to receive the reinstatement notice and would like to obtain a temporary licence sooner you can visit your local Driver and Vehicle Issuing Office pay the required fee and receive a temporary licence Q 15 Why can t I continue to use my old driver s licence A 15 When your driver s licence is suspended you are required to return your licence to the ministry Each licence has a unique serial number Whether you return it or not it is no longer valid Driving Evaluations Q 16 Why is the ministry asking me to be assessed at a driving assessment centre A 16 Individuals who have been reported by a physician for a medical condition that may effect judgment co ordination or motor power may be required to undergo a formal driving evaluation with an occupational therapist at a ministry approved assessment centre The ministry will make a decision to request a driving evaluation based on information provided by the physician relating to the extent of the deficits resulting from the medical condition Q 17 How will the ministry notify me if I am required to undergo a driving evaluation A 17 When the ministry requires the results of a driving evaluation to determine licensing eligibility a letter is sent to the driver along with a list of approved Functional Assessment Centres The assessment must be received by the due date given in the letter otherwise your licence will be suspended Q 18 Who is responsible for the cost of the driving evaluation A 18 The ministry is not responsible for the driving evaluation fees The cost of the evaluation is set by the assessment centre and is not covered by OHIP The cost generally ranges from 500 800 but in some cases may be more In some cases insurance companies may cover the costs of the evaluation if the medical condition injury is the result of a motor vehicle collision Q 19 What does the fee include A 19 The fee includes the services of an occupational therapist and a driving instructor the use of the vehicle the associated insurance costs and the preparation of a detailed report Q 20 What are the components of a driving evaluation A 20 The components of a driving evaluation are an in clinic medical assessment and an on road driving evaluation It takes 3 4 hours to complete and must be performed by a qualified occupational therapist The in clinic portion of the assessment includes A brief medical history general medical information previous and current medical concerns lifestyle issues level of functioning perception understanding of abilities and limitations if any Physical assessment results of all tests performed evaluations relating to range of motion joint movement strength sensation balance reaction time mobility entering and exiting the vehicle Vision assessment results of a basic visual screening e g visual acuity peripheral vision depth perception night vision and glare recovery Cognitive and perceptual assessments to determine if the individual has the necessary cognitive and perceptual skills required for safe driving including results of all tests relating to visual perception concentration reaction time decision making speed impulse control judgement and knowledge of the rules of the road The on road portion of the evaluation consists of an in car examination including basic driving maneuvers Q 21 How does the ministry approve driver assessment centres A 21 Driver assessment centres apply to be on the ministry s list of approved centres These centers may operate out of a hospital as rehabilitation centres or independently as privately owned occupational therapy clinics Any centre interested in delivering this service and being on the ministry s list of approved Functional Assessment Centres may apply to the ministry and have their application screened against our criteria Class G Vision Waiver Program Q 22 What is the purpose of the vision waiver program A 22 The purpose of this program is to allow for continued mobility for persons who can demonstrate their ability through various tests to drive safely but who otherwise could not hold a licence under existing vision standards This program is for applicants for or holders of Class G1 G2 or G driver s licences This program does not include any other class of licence Applicant for or holders of classified driver s licences Classes A B C D E and F must meet all vision standards for licensing Q 23 What does vision waiver mean A 23 Vision waiver means that the Ministry will waive a part of the vision standards for Class G G1 G2 licence applicants holders in certain cases provided certain conditions are met and the person can demonstrate their ability to drive safely Q 24 What requirements are being waived A 24 The requirement that is being waived is the vision standard relating to horizontal visual field 120 degree requirement for Class G G1 and G2 licence applicants holders The visual acuity component of

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/medical-review/faq.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Medical Review - Medical Advisory Committee
    ca By phone 416 235 1773 1 800 268 1481 Inside Ontario only By fax 416 235 3400 1 800 304 7889 Medical Review Section Medical Advisory Committee The ministry has a panel of expert medical advisors known as the Medical Advisory Committee This committee is comprised of 25 physicians in the fields of cardiology psychiatry endocrinology ophthalmology internal medicine physiatry geriatric medicine and substance abuse These medical experts are contracted by the ministry to review complex cases e g waiver applications multiple conditions detailed assessments from specialists and provide an expert opinion to the Registrar of Motor Vehicles This process may take up to five weeks Recommendations may include Licence suspension Reinstatement Downgrade a commercial class licence Remain suspended Request additional information Appeal Process Section 50 of the Highway Traffic Act provides for the opportunity for a driver to appeal a medical suspension or medical downgrade from a commercial class licence The Licence Appeal Tribunal can confirm modify or set aside the decision of the Registrar The Tribunal s decisions in medical cases can be appealed to the Superior Court of Justice within 30 days from the date the Tribunal s decisions are released The driver s licence remains

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/medical-review/committees.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Motorcycle Safety Course Providers
    Information Algonquin College www algonquincollege com Phone 613 727 4723 Cambrian College www cambrianc on ca Phone 705 566 8101 ext 7819 Canadian Motorcycle Association www canmocycle ca Phone 905 522 5705 Canadore College www canadorec on ca Phone 705 474 7600 ext 5600 Centennial College www centennialcollege ca Phone 416 289 5000 ext 7263 Collège Boréal www collegeboreal ca Phone 1 800 361 6673 ext 2808 or 705 560 6673 ext 2808 Conestoga College www conestogac on ca Phone 519 748 5220 Confederation College www confederationc on ca Phone 1 800 563 9435 or 1 807 475 6550 Cornwall Motorcycle Training Program Inc Phone 613 933 1693 E mail i gabriel start ca Durham College www durhamcollege ca Phone 905 721 3052 Fanshawe College www fanshawec ca Phone 519 452 4430 Georgian College www georgianc on ca Phone 705 728 1968 ext 5250 Humber College www motorcycle humber ca Phone 416 675 5005 Learning Curves Foundation www learningcurves ca Phone 416 466 9931 Loyalist College www loyalistc on ca Phone 969 1913 ext 2273 Motorcycle Training Org Halton Peel www mtohp com Phone 289 654 0501 Motorsoul Riding School www motorsoul ca Phone 416 365 7685 Niagara College www

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/gradu/motocourse.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • MTO Farm Guide - 4d) Additional Information: Chain stengths
    12 520 3 4 20 787 20 42 400 19 230 7 8 22 866 22 51 200 23 220 1 26 1 02 26 71 600 32 470 High Test Grade 43 Trade Size inch Trade Size mm Actual Size inch Actual Size mm Minimum Breaking Force lbs Minimum Breaking Force kg 1 8 4 156 4 nil nil 3 16 5 5 217 5 5 nil nil 1 4 7 276 7 7 800 3 540 1 4 7 281 7 nil nil 5 16 8 331 8 4 nil nil 5 16 8 7 343 8 7 11 700 5 300 3 8 10 394 10 nil nil 3 8 10 406 10 3 16 200 7 350 7 16 11 9 488 11 9 nil nil 7 16 11 9 468 11 9 21 600 9 800 1 2 13 512 13 nil nil 1 2 13 531 13 5 27 600 12 500 5 8 16 630 16 39 000 17 700 3 4 20 787 20 60 600 27 500 7 8 22 866 22 73 500 33 400 1 26 1 02 26 nil nil Transport Grade 70 Trade Size inch Trade Size mm Actual Size inch Actual Size mm Minimum Breaking Force lbs Minimum Breaking Force kg 1 8 4 156 4 nil nil 3 16 5 5 217 5 5 nil nil 1 4 7 276 7 nil nil 1 4 7 281 7 12 600 5 700 5 16 8 331 8 4 nil nil 5 16 8 7 343 8 7 18 800 8 530 3 8 10 394 10 nil nil 3 8 10 406 10 3 26 400 11 980 7 16 11 9 488 11 9 nil nil 7 16 11 9 468 11 9 35 000 15 880 1 2 13 512 13 nil nil 1 2 13 531 13 5 45 200 20 500 5 8 16 630 16 63 200 28 670 3 4 20 787 20 98 800 44 800 7 8 22 866 22 nil nil 1 26 1 02 26 nil nil Alloy Grade 80 Trade Size inch Trade Size mm Actual Size inch Actual Size mm Minimum Breaking Force lbs Minimum Breaking Force kg 7 32 5 5 217 5 5 8 400 3 800 9 32 7 276 7 14 000 6 350 5 16 8 315 8 18 000 8 160 3 8 10 394 10 28 400 12 880 1 2 13 512 13 48 000 21 770 5 8 16 630 16 72 400 32 840 3 4 20 787 20 113 300 51 350 7 8 22 866 22 136 800 62 000 1 26 1 020 26 190 800 86 550 Alloy Grade 100 Trade Size inch Trade Size mm Actual Size inch Actual Size mm Minimum Breaking Force lbs Minimum Breaking Force kg 7 32 5 5 217 5 5 10 800 4 900 9 32 7 276 7 17 200 7

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/farm-guide/part4d.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • MTO 2010-2011 Accessibility - Introduction
    Commercial Vehicle Operators Registration Overview Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators Registration Learning Objectives Introduction CVOR Requirements CVOR Written Test CVOR Responsibilities CVOR Application Fee Schedule How the CVOR System Works Reporting CVOR Changes or Errors Current CVOR Registrants CVOR Abstracts Facility Audits Evaluating an Operator s Performance Violation Rates Carrier Safety Rating Appendix A CVOR Formula Appendix B Threshold Values Module 5 Ontario Specific Enforcement Issues Overview Ontario Specific Enforcement Issues Learning Objectives Commercial Vehicle Impoundment Program Appeal Process Mandatory Truck Speed Limiters Module 6 Facility Audit and Operator Monitoring and Intervention Overview Operator Monitoring Intervention and Facility Audit Learning Objectives Facility Audit Program How to Prepare for a Facility Audit Audit Procedure Documents That an Operator Must Provide to an Auditor Conducting a Self Audit a Step by Step Process Intervention and Consequences of Non Compliance Monitoring Progressive Intervention Appeals Appendix A Sample Calculation of the QR R and Hours of Service Profiles Module 7 Safety Programs Record Keeping and Driver Files Overview Safety Programs Record Keeping and Driver Files Learning Objectives Safety Programs Due Diligence Components of a Safety Program Developing a Written Safety Program Components of a Comprehensive Safety Program Driver Files Driver Qualification File Incident Reporting Processes and Procedures Module 8 Preventive Maintenance Record Keeping and Vehicle Files Overview Preventive Maintenance Record Keeping and Vehicle Files Learning Objectives Truck Bus and Trailer Maintenance Daily Inspections Daily Inspection Schedules Daily Inspection Reports Submitting Daily Inspection Reports to the Operator Vehicle Defects Out of Province and U S Vehicles Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspections PMVI Vehicles That are Subject to Periodic Mandatory Inspections Use and Application of PMVI Stickers PMVI Record Keeping Other Vehicle Inspections Vehicle Record Keeping Appendices Appendix A Daily Inspection Schedules 1 to 6 Appendix B Sample Daily Inspection Schedules and Reports Appendix C Ontario Guidelines for Truck and Truck Tractor Appendix D Ontario Guidelines for Trailer Semi Trailer C Dolly and Converter Dolly Appendix E Ontario Guidelines for Bus Accessible Vehicle and School Purposes Vehicles Module 9 Hours of Service Overview Hours of Service Learning Objectives Hours of Service Regulations Basic Requirements Daily Limits Work Shift Limits Driving Cycles Limits Logbooks Electronic On Board Recording Device Possession of Logs and Supporting Documents Operator Responsibilities Reviewing Hours of Service Logs Corrective Action Enforcement and Penalties Appendix A Example of a Daily Log Book Record Module 10 Dangerous Goods Overview Dangerous Goods Learning Objectives Dangerous Goods Regulations What is a Dangerous Good Classes of Dangerous Goods Identification of Dangerous Goods and Communication of Hazards Safety Marks Accompanying Documentation Reporting Incidents Module 11 Vehicle Weights and Dimensions Overview Vehicle Weights and Dimensions Learning Objectives Ministry of Transportation Permits Exceptions to Permit Conditions Congested Traffic Safe Productive Infrastructure Friendly SPIF Vehicles More Information Module 12 Driver and Vehicle Licensing Overview Driver and Vehicle Licensing Learning Objectives Vehicle Registration Requirements Registered Gross Weight Vehicle Licence Plates Driver Licensing Requirements Module 13 Passenger Transportation Services Overview Operating Authority Module 14 Cargo Securement Overview Cargo Securement Learning Objectives Background Requirements for Securement Devices

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/trucks/programs/cvos/module-4-3.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • MTO 2010-2011 Accessibility - Introduction
    Legislation Module 4 Commercial Vehicle Operators Registration Overview Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators Registration Learning Objectives Introduction CVOR Requirements CVOR Written Test CVOR Responsibilities CVOR Application Fee Schedule How the CVOR System Works Reporting CVOR Changes or Errors Current CVOR Registrants CVOR Abstracts Facility Audits Evaluating an Operator s Performance Violation Rates Carrier Safety Rating Appendix A CVOR Formula Appendix B Threshold Values Module 5 Ontario Specific Enforcement Issues Overview Ontario Specific Enforcement Issues Learning Objectives Commercial Vehicle Impoundment Program Appeal Process Mandatory Truck Speed Limiters Module 6 Facility Audit and Operator Monitoring and Intervention Overview Operator Monitoring Intervention and Facility Audit Learning Objectives Facility Audit Program How to Prepare for a Facility Audit Audit Procedure Documents That an Operator Must Provide to an Auditor Conducting a Self Audit a Step by Step Process Intervention and Consequences of Non Compliance Monitoring Progressive Intervention Appeals Appendix A Sample Calculation of the QR R and Hours of Service Profiles Module 7 Safety Programs Record Keeping and Driver Files Overview Safety Programs Record Keeping and Driver Files Learning Objectives Safety Programs Due Diligence Components of a Safety Program Developing a Written Safety Program Components of a Comprehensive Safety Program Driver Files Driver Qualification File Incident Reporting Processes and Procedures Module 8 Preventive Maintenance Record Keeping and Vehicle Files Overview Preventive Maintenance Record Keeping and Vehicle Files Learning Objectives Truck Bus and Trailer Maintenance Daily Inspections Daily Inspection Schedules Daily Inspection Reports Submitting Daily Inspection Reports to the Operator Vehicle Defects Out of Province and U S Vehicles Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspections PMVI Vehicles That are Subject to Periodic Mandatory Inspections Use and Application of PMVI Stickers PMVI Record Keeping Other Vehicle Inspections Vehicle Record Keeping Appendices Appendix A Daily Inspection Schedules 1 to 6 Appendix B Sample Daily Inspection Schedules and Reports Appendix C Ontario Guidelines for Truck and Truck Tractor Appendix D Ontario Guidelines for Trailer Semi Trailer C Dolly and Converter Dolly Appendix E Ontario Guidelines for Bus Accessible Vehicle and School Purposes Vehicles Module 9 Hours of Service Overview Hours of Service Learning Objectives Hours of Service Regulations Basic Requirements Daily Limits Work Shift Limits Driving Cycles Limits Logbooks Electronic On Board Recording Device Possession of Logs and Supporting Documents Operator Responsibilities Reviewing Hours of Service Logs Corrective Action Enforcement and Penalties Appendix A Example of a Daily Log Book Record Module 10 Dangerous Goods Overview Dangerous Goods Learning Objectives Dangerous Goods Regulations What is a Dangerous Good Classes of Dangerous Goods Identification of Dangerous Goods and Communication of Hazards Safety Marks Accompanying Documentation Reporting Incidents Module 11 Vehicle Weights and Dimensions Overview Vehicle Weights and Dimensions Learning Objectives Ministry of Transportation Permits Exceptions to Permit Conditions Congested Traffic Safe Productive Infrastructure Friendly SPIF Vehicles More Information Module 12 Driver and Vehicle Licensing Overview Driver and Vehicle Licensing Learning Objectives Vehicle Registration Requirements Registered Gross Weight Vehicle Licence Plates Driver Licensing Requirements Module 13 Passenger Transportation Services Overview Operating Authority Module 14 Cargo Securement Overview Cargo Securement Learning Objectives Background Requirements

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/trucks/programs/cvos/module-4-5.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • MTO 2010-2011 Accessibility - Introduction
    Record Keeping and Vehicle Files Overview Preventive Maintenance Record Keeping and Vehicle Files Learning Objectives Truck Bus and Trailer Maintenance Daily Inspections Daily Inspection Schedules Daily Inspection Reports Submitting Daily Inspection Reports to the Operator Vehicle Defects Out of Province and U S Vehicles Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspections PMVI Vehicles That are Subject to Periodic Mandatory Inspections Use and Application of PMVI Stickers PMVI Record Keeping Other Vehicle Inspections Vehicle Record Keeping Appendices Appendix A Daily Inspection Schedules 1 to 6 Appendix B Sample Daily Inspection Schedules and Reports Appendix C Ontario Guidelines for Truck and Truck Tractor Appendix D Ontario Guidelines for Trailer Semi Trailer C Dolly and Converter Dolly Appendix E Ontario Guidelines for Bus Accessible Vehicle and School Purposes Vehicles Module 9 Hours of Service Overview Hours of Service Learning Objectives Hours of Service Regulations Basic Requirements Daily Limits Work Shift Limits Driving Cycles Limits Logbooks Electronic On Board Recording Device Possession of Logs and Supporting Documents Operator Responsibilities Reviewing Hours of Service Logs Corrective Action Enforcement and Penalties Appendix A Example of a Daily Log Book Record Module 10 Dangerous Goods Overview Dangerous Goods Learning Objectives Dangerous Goods Regulations What is a Dangerous Good Classes of Dangerous Goods Identification of Dangerous Goods and Communication of Hazards Safety Marks Accompanying Documentation Reporting Incidents Module 11 Vehicle Weights and Dimensions Overview Vehicle Weights and Dimensions Learning Objectives Ministry of Transportation Permits Exceptions to Permit Conditions Congested Traffic Safe Productive Infrastructure Friendly SPIF Vehicles More Information Module 12 Driver and Vehicle Licensing Overview Driver and Vehicle Licensing Learning Objectives Vehicle Registration Requirements Registered Gross Weight Vehicle Licence Plates Driver Licensing Requirements Module 13 Passenger Transportation Services Overview Operating Authority Module 14 Cargo Securement Overview Cargo Securement Learning Objectives Background Requirements for Securement Devices Summary of Cargo Securement Standards General

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/trucks/programs/cvos/module-1.shtml (2014-08-11)
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