Take nothing for granted - driver training is important

A good driver safety program regardless of the number of vehicles, vehicle size or type should include a driver training component tailered to the needs and exposures of your organization.

Fleet training programs from a legal perspective

The creation and implementation of a fleet training program is intended to reduce the number of accidents involving vehicles within your fleet

Hiring safe drivers

Choosing the right person to drive on behalf of your organization should be a fundamental element in managing your driving exposures.

Avoiding collisions with deer

Driving tips to help prevent collisions.

Steering clear of failure to yield accidents

Without right of way rules, driving would be a mass of confusion, with drivers always trying to beat each other through an intersection. Right of way rules are designed for everyone’s safety.

Why you should be a defensive driver

According to the National Safety Council’s Injury Facts, someone is injured on the road every 18 seconds – over 2 million of those are disabling injuries and from those disabling injuries.

Yes, you should wear seatbelts

Wearing seat belts is a prime issue in defensive driving. The use of seat belts over the years has reduced the number of serious injuries and fatalities seen in vehicle accidents.

Respirator fit testing

Workers with inhalation exposures from harmful substances, including chemical, biological, and radiological agents, are required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to wear respiratory protection.

Renting: what you need to know

Documents and procedures that will help make your rental operations a success.

Protect your organization's reputation and assets

Recommended practices to minimize risk of abuse allegations.

Programs
Tags