Improve Transportation Safety with Defensive Driving Courses
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Reduce accidents fleet-wide with a program that focuses on safe driving
Assign Training That Drivers Can Take Anytime, Anywhere – Available on any smartphone, tablet or computer connected to the Internet, our cloud-based Driver Safety Training gives fleets more choices to identify, mitigate and monitor risk. Our program combines assessment-based learning and monitoring into a simple, centrally managed tool that has cut costs, injuries and liability exposure for some of the world’s largest fleets.
- On Average, high risk drivers are responsible for 40% of the costs associated with accidents, incidents, insurance, etc.
- According to the National Safety Council, studies show that every $1 invested in a prevention program returns $2 to $6.
With more than 110,000 injuries and 4,500 fatalities involving CMV accidents each year, the importance of training CMV drivers on safe practices is huge. Through proper training, lives can be saved and serious injuries can be prevented. These online training courses will help simplify your CMV driver training and ensure the safety of not only the drivers, but everyone who comes into contact with CMV vehicles. This library consists of a series of transportation safety training sessions that cover the important training topics for CMV (Commercial Motor Vehicle) drivers. The sessions are mostly geared toward drivers; however there is one session for managers (DOT Alcohol and Drug Testing Rules).
Why Our Courses?
- Easy to use Learning System.
- Course Administrators get detailed Reports.
- Pass end of Course Test and Receive a Certificate.
- Take the Course as many times as needed within 12 months.
- Courses Developed with Live Video.
- Take Course on any device and at any time.
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The main objective of this session is to inform you about post-accident procedures. By the time the session is over, you should be able to recognize the importance of taking proper action following an accident; identify post-accident procedures; understand alcohol and drug test requirements and procedures; respond effectively to emergency situations arising from an accident; and provide complete and accurate information about the accident to your employer.
The main objective of this session is to explain the requirements of federal CMV inspection regulations. By the time this session is over, you should be able to understand the inspection, repair, and maintenance requirements of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations; perform pre- and postoperation vehicle inspections and write and review inspection reports; identify periodic inspection requirements; and comprehend inspector qualifications and recordkeeping requirements under the regulations.
The main objective of this CMV driver logs session is to provide you with the information you need to complete the daily driver’s log fully and correctly. By the time the session is over, you should be able to identify and make a record of duty status requirements; complete the daily log correctly; log changes of duty status accurately on the grid; and retain and submit logs in a timely manner.
Employees will learn what is required under the rules, how to recognize the performance effects of drug and alcohol use, identify signs and symptoms of substance use on the job, and make proper reasonable-suspicion determinations. The Department of Transportation (DOT) requires that you make sure drivers don’t work under the influence of alcohol or drugs. You have to know the rules and procedures for urine drug testing and breath alcohol testing. Learn more by participating in this DOT Alcohol and Drug Testing training session.
The main objective of this session is to provide you with information on avoiding distracted driving in commercial motor vehicles (CMV). By the end of the session, you should be able to understand the definition of and different categories of distracted driving; identify and avoid distractions when behind the wheel; understand FMCSA regulations as they pertain to driver distractions; and recognize distracted driving in other vehicles. When distracted, a driver is not focused on operating a CMV, which can lead to accidents.
Commercial truck drivers have more nonfatal injuries than workers in any other occupation. Half of the nonfatal CMV driver injuries are serious sprains and strains, and the other injuries are bruises, fractures, cuts and lacerations, soreness, and multiple trauma. This online defensive driving training safety course has been designed for drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles to teach defensive driving safety techniques while at work. There are around 5,000 CMV-related fatalities.
Commercial truck drivers have more nonfatal injuries than workers in any other occupation. Half of the nonfatal CMV driver injuries are serious sprains and strains, and the other injuries are bruises, fractures, cuts and lacerations, soreness, and multiple trauma. This online defensive driving training safety course has been designed for Spanish-speaking drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles to teach defensive driving safety techniques while at work. There are around 5,000 CMV-related fatalities.
For employees who drive, wellness is an important issue for several reasons. Fatigue, heart trouble, and other health problems are known to play a role in many accidents, injuries, and driver deaths. Studies conducted by federal highway safety experts, such as the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), have shown that a significant number of truck accidents are health related. It’s been proven—wellness is an important component in safe driving. This online driver wellness training course ensures drivers are aware of risk factors of safe driving, staying healthy for better productivity, and how to apply good wellness techniques for long-term driving safety and personal wellness.
The main objective of this session is to provide safety tips for driving in extreme weather so that you can avoid accidents and breakdowns. By the time the session is over, you should be able to recognize extreme weather driving hazards; identify appropriate safe driving precautions for different weather conditions; prepare yourself and your vehicle for any kind of weather; and prevent accidents and reach your destination safely when driving in extreme weather conditions.
The main objective of this session is to provide you with important information about your duties as a flagger and about temporary traffic control zone safety generally. By the time this session is over, you will be able to recognize the hazards of flagging; identify different sections of a temporary traffic control zone; understand the temporary traffic control plan and your responsibilities as a flagger; effectively use signaling devices; and safely position warning signs, tapers, and flagging stations.
This training session will teach you to recognize and identify hazardous materials; understand hazardous material (hazmat) container markings, labels, and placards; load and unload hazardous materials safely; use protective procedures and equipment; avoid accidents with hazardous materials; respond to an emergency; and recognize and respond to security threats. Use personal protective equipment, or PPE, and procedures. Safety training is a must for employees who are involved in the transportation of hazardous materials.
This session will cover the Hazardous Materials Table. The table is an essential part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s hazardous materials, or hazmat, regulations. Understanding the table and knowing how to use it effectively helps ensure safe transport of hazardous materials and compliance with the regulations. The Hazardous Materials Table lists some 3,000 hazardous materials alphabetically by proper shipping name. The table provides you with the information needed to complete shipping papers, mark and label hazmat packages, select appropriate placarding, and perform other transportation-related duties in compliance with the regulations.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements at 49 CFR 172.704 Subpart H are designed to enhance the security of hazardous materials transported in commerce. As part of these requirements, shippers and carriers of certain hazardous materials must develop and implement security plans. Also, all shippers and carriers of hazardous materials must ensure that their employee training programs include a component on security. This course covers Hazmat transportation security awareness training.
The main objective of this session is to familiarize you with the hazmat transportation security plan and the security precautions you must take to help prevent breaches of security. By the time the session is over, you should be able to recognize hazmat transportation security risks; understand the hazmat transportation security plan; prevent unauthorized access to hazardous materials; and protect hazmat shipments en route. The federal hours-of-service (HOS) rules were developed to reduce the likelihood of driver fatigue, fatigue-related crashes, and health effects of driving long hours. As a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) driver, you have a lot of responsibility. The biggest concern is safety.
The main objective of this session is to ensure that you prepare hazardous materials safely for shipment. By the time the session is over, you should be able to identify the packaging requirements of the hazardous materials transportation regulations; determine hazard class, identification (ID) number, packing group, and other essential information about hazardous materials to be shipped; select appropriate packaging for shipments; and package shipments in compliance with the regulations.
As a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) driver, you have a lot of responsibility. The biggest concern is safety. The federal hours-of-service (HOS) rules were developed to reduce the likelihood of driver fatigue, fatigue-related crashes, and health effects of driving long hours. Although crash rates have been falling, thousands of people are still injured and killed in truck crashes each year, including hundreds of truck drivers. HOS rules put limits on when and how long you may drive, with the goal that these limits will help ensure that you stay awake and alert while driving and also help protect your health and safety. As a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) driver, you have a lot of responsibility. The biggest concern is safety. This course will review the requirements of the federal HOS rules and explain how they affect your job.
Most incidents involving hazardous substances like infectious materials can be prevented if employees are trained in proper safety procedures and follow the requirements of the infectious materials transportation regulations. The more employees know about infectious materials transportation, the safer they will be personally and the safer the shipments will be as well. The main objective of this online infectious materials transportation safety course is to help teach employees the requirements of the infectious materials transportation regulations and the ways you can help prevent transportation incidents involving these hazardous materials.
The main objective of this session is to provide you with information on safe driving techniques for commercial motor vehicles (CMV). By the end of the session, you should be able to understand the basics of safely operating a commercial motor vehicle; know the risks of unsafe operation of CMVs; identify and avoid risky driving behaviors; and operate a CMV safely. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) the arm of the Department of Transportation (DOT) responsible for regulating CMVs and their drivers, states that driver error is a primary cause of large-vehicle accidents.
The main objective of this session is to help you perform snow and ice removal duties safely to prevent accidents, injuries, or illness. By the time this session is over, you will be able to recognize snow and ice removal hazards; inspect equipment properly and use it safely; avoid slips, trips, and falls; shovel and lift safely to prevent back injuries; remove snow safely from roofs; and understand and prevent cold-related illness. There are quite a few potential hazards involved in snow and ice removal—some you may already know about and others that you may not have been aware of.