Is your company leveraging leased, rented and/or employee-owned vehicles to help curb costs associated with managing a fleet? You may be surprised to discover that the drivers of these hired and non-owned vehicles actually represent one of the most high-risk groups for businesses.
A well-crafted policy sets clear standards for how your company defines safety. It's also the best method for communicating driver qualifications and responsibilities, as well as safety procedures specific to your company’s operations.
With a comprehensive driver safety program, you can reinforce your company’s dedication to driver safety, ensuring drivers are equipped with the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to make the right decisions behind the wheel.
Looking to implement defensive driving training at your company? Utilize our convenient checklist to discover the 7 key elements you need to train your drivers on.
While on-road safety training is important, drivers are more likely to have an incident when they aren’t in their vehicle. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, slip and fall injuries and muscle pulls are much more common than vehicle collisions.Step up your injury prevention game this winter (using three points of contact, of course) with this free poster.
Winter weather driving preparation requires more than just telling drivers to carry chains and a shovel. Download and print this free pre-trip inspection checklist to ensure your fleet drivers, dispatchers and maintenance crew do everything they can to prevent expensive incidents and downtime this winter.
Even though drivers log 20% fewer miles in winter compared to summer, the number of collisions only drops by 5%. Not surprising, right? Bad weather and fewer daylight hours make every road a little more dangerous. Learn more by downloading our winter safety infographic.
We created snackable safety reminders using content from our online driver training courses. They’re the perfect complement to your existing driver safety program because they keep incident prevention top-of-mind during the most hazardous time of year.
Make sure your team members —from maintenance to dispatchers to drivers —know what to do when winter weather is in the forecast. It’s critical to have clear, established safety procedures that help drivers avoid unsafe situations, prepare drivers to make smart decisions in the field and keep your team on track when the weather turns bad. Learn more!
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