You’ll need an electronic paper trail for the lawyers, insurance folks, and courts. Piece o’cake: access the driver file , record the incident in the Accident Registry, and then assign the driver the relevant safety course from our online library. Once completed, you can add a Completion Certificate to ther driver file. Now you’re compliant.
An important aspect of driver safety is making sure your drivers are complying with the training and the regulations.
"It is the responsibility of motor carriers and drivers to know and comply with all applicable Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations."
If you’re still documenting your drivers on paper and storing their information in file cabinets, your efficiency is compromised. It’s time for a better system.
Converting your paper driver files to electronic driver files yields the following benefits:
"Lol, he was great and the first subject to go through our new online Integrity Test too. I have gotten 7 responses for your ad and one more new out of school was offered a position in our Trainee program yesterday. But in the ad Walt got a kick out of how you put Mickeys in it . . .
Dennis Atencio - Director of Safety
"I was pleased to find an on-line driver training program that was cost-effective, comprehensive, and easy to set-up and administer.
Our drivers have told me that the information presented and the quiz-style format makes taking the courses interesting and engaging."
Bob Bowman - Director, Safety & H.R.
Alpine Lumber Company
"Since starting with Safety as a Service we have reduced the time employees spend in classroom settings completing orientation, remedial, and annual training requirements faster. We have found the course-content formatted in clear concise manner and user friendly.
I recommend Safety as a Service to anyone searching for comprehensive web based training."
Tim Long - Director of Safety
Epes Transport System