The In-Vehicle Safety Orientation Course works to help employees become safer drivers in everyday and emergency situations. The practical training is conducted 1-on-1 in the vehicle that your employee drives. 

In some instances, workplaces use vehicles that new employees have never driven before and could be much larger than what they are familiar with.  For this reason, many businesses will provide driver training as an integral part of orientation and their on-boarding process.

Training ensures that your employees are trained, evaluated and rated as competent to operate the assigned vehicle at the outset of their employment.  Our In-Vehicle Safety Orientation Course will help your employees become familiar with their vehicle, learn the skills to handle themselves under any driving conditions and to develop an attitude of courtesy toward other drivers on the road. 


Here are some reasons to undertake driver training:

a) to train new hires on vehicle they are assigned to

b) to set a baseline for driver performance

c) to provide a refresher or upgrade training

d) to keep vehicle safety in the forefront of employee's

    minds


What your employees will learn:


1.  recognize vehicle and driver limitations when

     operating a commercial vehicle

2.  learn how to negotiate different driving

     environments

3.  hazard identification & avoidance

4.  how to eliminate backing incidents

5.  pre-trip vehicle inspection

6.  check following distance

7.  getting ready to drive-mirrors/windshield,tires, etc.

9.  avoid distracted driving

10. parking skills

11. dealing with emergencies


The In-Vehicle Safety Orientation Course is 2-3 hours long and can be modified to your specific requirements.  Please note, it is not training for large commercial trucks and busses (CVOR).  Please contact us for a quote.



Defensive Driving Course
teaching safe driving strategies for all conditions and situations

Pre-trip inspection avoids sudden vehicle breakdown which may result in accident or serious body injury.  The cost to the company may also result in poor delivery time and bad customer service.


Employees learn to check:

1.  for leaks

2.  horn

3.  parking/hand brake

4.  fluids, belts, hoses, battery

5.  steering mechanism

6.  tires

7.  lights and reflectors

8.  windshield wipers

9.  brakes

In-Vehicle Safety Orientation


Contact us for a quote or any

information you may require.