With the new ELDT rules going into effect shortly, you’d be forgiven for overlooking that the new Hazmat endorsement rules are here too. Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) is already a huge change, and the phrase “piling on” has been muttered more than once.
If you don’t already include winter driving statistics in your fleet driver safety training, download our free infographic. It’s packed with stats and safety tips that can boost the effectiveness of your company driver safety program.
There’s good news and bad news about the new entry level driver training (ELDT) requirements that take effect February 7, 2022.
When your team is already pushed to the limit, the last thing you need is a banged-up vehicle or injured driver. Driver safety eCards are a simple way to keep safety top-of-mind during the hectic holiday season.
Don’t get caught off guard by the new ELDT curriculum and instructor requirements. Answer these three questions to find out if your fleet is ready for ELDT 2022.
Do your drivers have the knowledge and tools to put chains on? Some employees are reluctant because they don't have adequate skills or mistakenly think 4WD or all-wheel drive is enough.
Slips, trips and falls are the most common driver injury, and the average cost is $36,000-$47,000 per incident. Download a free slip and fall injury prevention poster.
Is your fleet underestimating the true cost of liftgate incidents? Uncover the truth and learn four liftgate injury prevention strategies that cost next to nothing.
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