Whether on business or after hours — in or out of town — your employees should follow basic safety procedures to prevent carjackings, car theft, muggings, and other vehicle-related crimes. The Reduce Your Risk™ video features personal safety techniques your employees and their families can use to guard against crime while:
There is more to parking a vehicle than simply pulling into a space, turning off the ignition and closing the door behind you. In fact, parking can be just as hazardous as driving in traffic, since many drivers and pedestrians disregard all normal traffic laws once they arrive in a parking area.
Low Visibility & Driving™ presents preventive measures and corrective actions to improve a driver's ability to see and be seen when conditions are not ideal:
The very personality traits that make sales professionals successful often have the opposite effect on their ability to drive safely. Yet, traditional driver training programs rarely take this factor into account. Coaching Systems, LLC has developed a driver training program designed specifically for sales and technical professionals.
The new version reflects valuable feedback from both instructors and participants who participated in the original program.
This innovative program is the "next step" beyond classroom driver training. The video presentation and accompanying guide teach managers, supervisors and driver safety specialists how to set up and conduct an on-the-road driver performance and coaching session, including how to develop a rapport with the trainee, how to spot clues that might signal a driving problem, and how to conduct a driving audit/evaluation.
Are your off-road drivers following the right safety procedures for their environment?
Do they know:
- That even 20 miles per hour may be too fast in some off-road areas?
- That even 4-wheel vehicles cannot handle all terrain?
- How to select a "safe" off-road parking location?
- How to inspect a vehicle used in off-road locations
- How to secure equipment properly?
- How to make the transition from a paved to an unpaved surface?
- The limits of driving 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive vehicles?
- What precautions to take when backing?
Backing is the cause of a large number of collisions — a disproportionate number — since drivers spend a relatively small amount of time actually backing. And, although speeds are normally low, these collisions not only create inconveniences, they cause significant property damage and even personal injury.
Backing Safely offers practical safety information that can help drivers eliminate backing collisions.
However well-intentioned, most parents are unsure of the best way to "coach" their new driver (what techniques should be emphasized, when and how to offer advice, etc.) and would welcome help in raising their teenagers' driver safety awareness.
This information-packed video zeroes in on safety tips and techniques for handling the hazards of winter driving.