Safety Training for Professional Drivers Now On Mobile-Friendly, VOD

Whether you are a seasoned driver or a newcomer preparing for the written drivers’ exam for a commercial driver’s license, it is vital to the success and safety of drivers and the organization to be trained on safe driving practices.

For the first time these titles are available on our Video On Demand (VOD) format, these courses are easily accessible by on all mobile devices.  And while you certainly should not use a mobile device while driving, it is handy for driver’s to be able to take training when they need a break from being behind the wheel.

The first courses in this series out on VOD include, “Driving: Heavy Trucks: Adverse Driving Conditions,” “Driving: Heavy Trucks: Staying Alert & Fit to Drive,” “Driving: Heavy Trucks: Hazards & Emergencies,” and “Driving: Heavy Trucks: Vehicle Inspections.” 

These courses cover topics such as:

  • Importance of adequate sleep
  • Maintaining an effective distance
  • Winter driving
  • Safety tips
  • Things to avoid
  • Alcohol myths and truths

Knowledge of equipment, rules, regulations and general safety guidelines are given through these professional driver courses. Stay on the lookout for more course updates available on our third generation VOD platform. View all available training on Heavy Trucks, as well as our more general Driving Safety courses. 

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2 Responses to Safety Training for Professional Drivers Now On Mobile-Friendly, VOD

  1. Dav Wayman says:

    Great article you have there. A very convenient way for drivers to be trained. What I only heard about was the training provided by http://www.nolgvbrokers.co.uk/. Your article is very informative.

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