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.
- Track your Progress.
- Pass end of Course Test and Receive a Certificate.
- Take the Course as many times as needed.
- Courses Developed with interactive video.
- Take Course on any device and at any time.
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Reduced accident rates translate into lower insurance costs, less lost time by drivers, lower repair costs, and safer highways for everyone. Establishing and employing a company standard for safe driving will help reduce accident rates. Recognize steps motor carriers can take to increase fleet safety, including setting up a fleet safety program, designating a safe driving standard, using the DQ Standard to improve driver safety, and planning trips for drivers at the dispatch level.
The main objective of this session is to explain the requirements of federal CMV inspection regulations. By properly inspecting the vehicle you drive, you will help keep other drivers and yourself safe on the highway. In this course, you will learn about the types of inspections that drivers need to complete, including what to do if defects or problems are uncovered during an inspection. In addition, you will see detailed requirements for some of the equipment covered.
This course, developed in conjunction with the experts from the Transportation Safety Institute (TSI) of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), provides an overview of the regulations from the Controlled Substances and Alcohol Use and Testing that apply to CMV drivers. State the prohibitions and consequences for the use of alcohol and controlled substances by CMV Operators. Recognize the types of tests and the testing procedures, you should expect to receive from your employer.
This course, developed in conjunction with the experts from the Transportation Safety Institute (TSI) of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), provides training in recognizing alcohol misuse and drug use by CMV drivers. Anyone with reasonable suspicion training has the authority to order a reasonable suspicion drug or alcohol test for a driver under certain conditions. This course, developed in conjunction with the experts from the DOT, provides training in recognizing alcohol misuse and drug use by CMV drivers. Anyone with reasonable suspicion training has the authority to order a reasonable suspicion drug or alcohol test for a driver under certain conditions.
Driving Defensively Video Program provides the information employees need to drive cars, vans and small trucks safely, both on and off the job. The video program includes information on the fundamentals of driving defensively, dealing with distracted drivers, coping with aggressive drivers, using your headlights, driving safely in bad weather, handling a blowout, sharing the road with trucks and buses, and more.
DOT HAZMAT Security Awareness video Program focuses on employees who handle hazardous materials. The program reviews a number of topics aimed at making these employees more aware of security risks in which they may encounter when transporting hazardous materials. Created specifically for the Department of Transportation’s HAZMAT Training regulation on Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials. These products help employees understand the security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials and why it’s important to keep HAZMATs secure.
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.
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.