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  • MTO 2010-2011 Accessibility - Introduction
    Learning Objectives Important Acts and Regulations The National Safety Code NSC and Provincial 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

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/trucks/programs/cvos/module-7-3.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • MTO 2010-2011 Accessibility - Introduction
    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 Summary of Cargo

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/trucks/programs/cvos/module-7-4.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • MTO 2010-2011 Accessibility - Introduction
    International Fuel Tax Agreement IFTA Helpful links Module 3 Ontario Legislation and the National Safety Code Overview Ontario Legislation and the National Safety Code NSC Learning Objectives Important Acts and Regulations The National Safety Code NSC and Provincial 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

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/trucks/programs/cvos/module-7-5.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • MTO 2010-2011 Accessibility - Introduction
    Business and the Business Plan International Registration Plan IRP International Fuel Tax Agreement IFTA Helpful links Module 3 Ontario Legislation and the National Safety Code Overview Ontario Legislation and the National Safety Code NSC Learning Objectives Important Acts and Regulations The National Safety Code NSC and Provincial 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

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  • MTO 2010-2011 Accessibility - Introduction
    Always Do and Must Never Do as part of your orientation program to heighten consistency in material being covered in each case Consider having new drivers ride with those who are experienced for a time period Use experienced drivers who are committed to the company s goals and objectives and who have a proven safety record If your company has numerous vehicle configurations have the driver start with simpler equipment and advance to more specialized equipment as experience is gained Experienced employees from other areas of your company can be used to assist with the orientation in their areas Training Items for a Safety Program When providing training specifically or at staff safety meetings it is good practice to keep a record of the training offered who took it and what results were obtained along with a recall system to find the information at a later date Choose the training programs and the instructors carefully to ensure that the training is effective and specific to your equipment Some common topics to be covered in training are listed below It is important to be consistent and provide the same training to all staff Safety equipment Load secureness Vehicle operation and safe driving Hours of service Vehicle maintenance National Safety Code Company safety program Transportation legislation Occupational Health and Safety Act legislation Driver Files Module 1 Introduction Overview Purpose of this Guide Queen s Printer Bookstore Intended Users Highlight of Modules Available in this Manual Module 2 Getting Started Overview Getting Started Learning Objectives Starting Your Business and the Business Plan International Registration Plan IRP International Fuel Tax Agreement IFTA Helpful links Module 3 Ontario Legislation and the National Safety Code Overview Ontario Legislation and the National Safety Code NSC Learning Objectives Important Acts and Regulations The National Safety Code NSC and Provincial 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

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/trucks/programs/cvos/module-7-7.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • MTO 2010-2011 Accessibility - Introduction
    IRP International Fuel Tax Agreement IFTA Helpful links Module 3 Ontario Legislation and the National Safety Code Overview Ontario Legislation and the National Safety Code NSC Learning Objectives Important Acts and Regulations The National Safety Code NSC and Provincial 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

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  • MTO 2010-2011 Accessibility - Introduction
    the operator that the driver is fit to continue driving This document should be signed by the operator representative who conducted the driver evaluation and by the person who approved the driver s fitness Progressive Discipline The operator should have a program of progressive discipline for company personnel who violate hours of service and other regulations The program must be consistent with federal and provincial legislation The policy and the discipline procedure should be outlined listing the steps up to and including termination For example this could be a four step process involving a verbal warning a written warning a suspension and termination The operator should record each event and be sure that The employees know each step of the policy As each step of the policy is enforced the employee is notified in writing of the next step If the violation happens again the employee is notified The policy is enforced in a consistent manner Certificate of Dangerous Goods Training Scored in a Facility Audit Driver Every driver who transports dangerous goods must possess a valid certificate of training in the handling of them This must be issued by the current employer In Canada the certificate of training is valid for a maximum of three years Operator Every employer who issues a certificate of training shall keep a copy of it in the driver s file for a period of at least two years longer than the expiry date of that certificate Recommended Additional Documentation In addition to the required documents outlined previously the Ministry of Transportation suggests that the operator keep the following information in the driver qualification files Road test Examinations or other supporting documentation used to train and evaluate staff Alcohol and drug testing records drug testing is not a requirement for operators who operate in Ontario Records of drivers collisions and convictions Incident Reporting Processes and Procedures Module 1 Introduction Overview Purpose of this Guide Queen s Printer Bookstore Intended Users Highlight of Modules Available in this Manual Module 2 Getting Started Overview Getting Started Learning Objectives Starting Your Business and the Business Plan International Registration Plan IRP International Fuel Tax Agreement IFTA Helpful links Module 3 Ontario Legislation and the National Safety Code Overview Ontario Legislation and the National Safety Code NSC Learning Objectives Important Acts and Regulations The National Safety Code NSC and Provincial 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

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/trucks/programs/cvos/module-7-9.shtml (2014-08-11)
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