As poor weather conditions heighten risks on roads, don't let your fleet face the frost unprepared this winter. Our experts share vital steps to help you and your drivers safeguard your fleet through the winter months and beyond.
Winter weather brings a slew of challenges for drivers. As the temperature drops, incident expenses rise thanks to bad visibility, slippery sidewalks and lack of preparation. The good news is that the most common winter incidents are preventable.
Using the same pre-trip inspection checklist year-round is an expensive mistake. Slick roads and holiday stress make winter the most challenging time of year for drivers. Help your team adopt a winter safety mindset by giving them a pre-trip checklist tailored to preparing for seasonal driving hazards.
As your team is pushed to the limit during this hectic season, sharing winter safety best practices should be at the top of your to-do list. These winter driving safety tips for employees are a simple way to keep safety top-of-mind and protect your workforce this winter.
How well do you know winter driving safety? Try our 10 question, multiple-choice winter safety quiz. Test your knowledge and pick up useful stats you can share with drivers.
With school back in session, the added traffic and pedestrians on the road present a great risk to company drivers traveling through school zones. Fleet safety managers must take a proactive approach to ensure that their drivers remain cautious and vigilant.
For decades, consumer reporting agencies (CRAs) have provided critical data to employers looking to hire qualified drivers. However, as the job market becomes increasingly competitive, these companies must evolve to meet the changing needs of their clients.
With the rise in crashes climbing fast over the past few years, safety professionals have a lot at stake when it comes to ensuring the safety of their fleet. It also means that simply monitoring driver violations is just not enough.
July 9 to 15 is CVSA's Operation Safe Driver Week. Throughout the week, law enforcement personnel will be on the lookout for commercial motor vehicle drivers and passenger vehicle drivers engaging in risky driving. Learn more about how companies can join in on this collective effort.
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