Driving emergencies

Learn how you can help your drivers deal with emergencies while they are out on the road.

Loading and unloading safety

Guidelines to help prevent accidents and injuries.

Distracted driving or distracted living?

Distracted driving comes in many forms. Learn about recent trends associated with distracted driving, and how you can help prevent accidents while driving.

Carrying a load

When it comes to defensive driving, knowing how to properly secure a load, especially if it is secured outside of the vehicle, can make all the difference in your getting to your destination safely.

Fatigue can be fatal

Defensive driving requires you to know and understand the dangers of driving while overly tired or fatigued.

Regular vehcile inspections and maintenance are important

As an organization with drivers spending time on the road, you need to feel confident that your vehicles will function efficiently and safely under all driving conditions.

Careful reporting can clarify claims

Instruct staff members to follow these guidelines when filling out accident reports.

Drive cautiously on wet roads

Wet pavement from the rainy weather of autumn and winter presents adverse driving conditions that account for 60 percent of all weather related fatalities

Lights and sirens: Who's the boss?

Emergency Vehicle Operators (EVOs) rely on dispatchers to give them information to help them make safe driving decisions.

Construction work zone

Drivers who have no problems in routine driving may encounter them where road construction or repair is under way.