Fleet Driver Safety Resources
Find out how to keep your drivers – and profits – safe with the free resources below.
Frequency of accidents: More than 200,000 collisions involving at least one passenger car and one large truck happen each year in the United States. (NTSI)
Texting and Driving: Sending or receiving a text message distracts a truck driver for an average 4.6 seconds. The average speed of a truck on the highway is around 55 mph. If a trucker was to look down at his or her phone for 4.6 seconds at 55 mph they will cover an entire football field.
Accidents involving automobiles: In the United States in more than 60% of all fatal collisions involving automobiles and large trucks, law enforcement ocials report that the automobile operator rather than the truck driver contributed to the cause of the collision. (NTSI)
Spireon Driver Safety Resources
Protect Your People and Profits Through Driver Safety
OSHA reports that one out of every five drivers will be involved in a traffic accident this year. Download our white paper to learn the facts about accident causes and how you can prevent them…all of which contribute to happier, more productive drivers!
- 90% of rear-end accidents are caused by delayed driver reaction
- 41% of accidents were due to driver distractions and aggressive driving behaviors
- How companies are managing drivers who behave aggressively
- And more
How to Combat Driver Fatigue
Now that you’re collecting ELD data, do you know how to make the most of it to protect your drivers and improve your profitability?
Download our white paper now to learn how you can find out more about how your company can use your ELD data to improve your bottom line.
- Who your riskiest drivers are, and when
- Which of your drivers are most likely to exhibit risk-taking behavior
- Which drivers are the most and least productive
- How to protect your drivers from spurious claims by motorists
- And more
Optimizing ELD: Compliant, Yet Asleep at the Wheel – on demand webinar
Now that you have ELD, you have a lot of useful information at your fingertips.
But how do you use it?
Typically, about 12% of any fleet of drivers on any given day or night will fall well outside the company’s operational safety parameters. How can you use your ELD and GPS data to improve driver safety and productivity?
- What kind of information you can get from your ELD
- How to use that information to improve driver safety and increase driver productivity
- How to develop driver education/corrective action programs that work
- Why compliance and safety don’t go hand in hand
- And more
Improving Driver Safety: Can Fleets Really Change Driver Behavior? – on demand webinar
Driver safety has been increasingly in the news related to accidents and is a key concern for many companies. How can fleets prevent accidents and injury?
Behavior is the root cause of most accidents and injuries. In this informative webinar, learn how to instill the proper behavior through education, awareness, and motivation.
- Create a safety and behavior modification program that will truly work with drivers of all experience levels
- Learn which well-meaning bonus programs may actually be hurting your safety record
- Train drivers the way that adults actually learn
- Increase drivers recruited and decrease turnover through an effective, on-going program
- And more
Watch this informative overview now!
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Learn how our customer improved not only their ELD compliance, but also:
– Driver Safety
– Real-Time Tracking
– Improved Driver Behavior
– Accident Reduction
– And more
Find out today how this mixed fleet was able to achieve significant improvements while getting an easier-to-use solution with better customer support.
Webinar: Failure is Not an Option
Led by industry expert Preston Ingalls, this webinar shows participants how to reduce equipment breakdowns with a proven process called a P-F model. Used by NASA, the aviation industry and others to minimize breakdowns, it has produced amazing results.
https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/312443110123895811 (sponsored by Chevron)
Webinar: Integrating Driver Assistance Systems into Your Safety Program
Investing in advanced driver assistance systems doesn’t automatically make you a safe company. Learn how to integrate these technologies to enhance and improve your safety culture.
https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7385237466598845698 (sponsored by Ryder)
Safety Webinar: Load Securement- Selecting & Using Tie Downs & Binders
Review proper load securement practices, including the identification and proper use of various tie downs and binders, forces that affect the use of these products, and how to properly inspect load securement equipment. Also provides an overview of chain grades and their best applications as well as outline CVSA guidelines, Federal regulations and DOT requirements.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApXQCm2r9nA (sponsored by Columbus McKinnon)
CMV Driving Tips – Overview
Even the most well-trained, safety-conscious commercial motor vehicle (CMV) driver is at risk of engaging in driving behaviors that could lead to a crash on today’s crowded highways. These tips offer preventive measures that CMV drivers can take to help avoid crashes. Fleet safety managers can also use these Web pages for their driver training programs.
Truckers Safety Tips
Amanda Hall, Director of Safety for ASF Intermodal, a full-service intermodal and dedicated carrier with more than 300 trucks on the road, shares her insights on some of the most important safety tips for professional drivers to observe.
Safety Tips Every Professional Driver Must Know
The Truck Driver’s Checklist
https://www.iru.org/resources/iru-library/truck-drivers-checklist (from the International Road Transport Union – OK to use if international?)
Vehicle Safety Tip Checklist for Truck Drivers (Infographic)
How to Conduct a Pre-Trip Inspection for Truckers
Truck Driver Tips for Handling High Risk Deliveries
Trucking Safety Facts – American Trucking Associations
2017 FMCSA Pocket Guide to Large Truck and Bus Statistics