Vertical Alliance Group Adds 24 New Training Videos for Trucking

Vertical Alliance Group is committed to ensuring you have access to the best training videos in the industry.  This month we released 24 new safety training videos for you to utilize. The first two videos are found in the “Trucking Industry” Section and focus on the new electronic logging device mandate and traffic control devices.

  • CatalogRequest TrainingforTruckingElectronic Logging Device Mandate – 2016
    Length: 08:49
    This video contains the major components of the ELD Mandate, important information for carriers and drivers regarding the rule, and the dates for the implementation timeline.
    Module: Electronic Logging Device Mandate – 2016
  • Traffic Signs
    Length: 12:36
    This video discusses the many categories of traffic signs, highlighting shapes, coloration, and information that the different categories present.
    Module: Traffic Control Devices

The next five videos are part of our Real. Life. Lessons. series and include the following titles:

  • Far Far Away
    Length: 02:57
    Cory sustains a shoulder injury he believes to be minor. Instead of immediately reporting it and receiving assistance, he waits and it gets worse. Always report injuries immediately.
    Module: Strapping/Chaining Flatbed Freight
  • That Just Stinks
    Length: 02:38
    Dan trips and falls after being surprised on the side of the road by a skunk. Keep natural hazards, such as animals, in mind.
    Module: Strapping/Chaining Flatbed Freight
  • I am Hurt What Should I Do
    Length: 03:03
    Larry, Moe, and Curly all receive injuries on someone else’s property. Of course the first priority is always medical attention, but remember, report all injuries as soon as possible so that management can assume control of the situation.
    Module: Loading/Unloading Bulk Trailers
  • The Luck Factor
    Length: 02:55
    Luck is not a factor. Always use three points of contact, maintain awareness, and constantly evaluate your situation.
    Module: Entering/Exiting Truck Cab
  • Watch Where You Are Walking
    Length: 02:49
    Mark trips while walking and receives serious injuries. Basic lesson, always focus on the task at hand and watch where you’re going, whether it’s driving or walking.
    Module: Slips and Trips

The final 17 videos are Spanish versions of titles already available to you in English.  They can be found in the “New Spanish Videos” Section.

  • FMCSA Coercion Drivers
    Length: 05:56
    This video discusses the Driver Coercion Rule and how it applies to drivers. Know your rights and protect yourself.
  • FMCSA Coercion Supervisors
    Length: 06:14
    This video discusses the Driver Coercion Rule. It details the processes involved and reminds that personnel who interact with drivers must be aware of the language they use.
  • Blood and Body Fluid Training
    Length: 10:42
    This video is intended to bring  awareness to employees who might occasionally be exposed to blood or bodily fluids in the course of their work and need to be prepared to minimize their risk.
  • Alcohol is a Drug Too
    Length: 06:47 
    The purpose of this presentation is to understand the impact that alcohol can have on your brain and the damage it can do.
  • How Do I Tell Them?
    Length: 04:59
    This video discusses how to approach and handle a situation in which you must refer an employee for a reasonable suspicion test. It discusses helpful tips to keep the situation calm and firmly in your control.
  • What Decision Would You Make – Part 1
    Length: 06:35
    This video discusses a mock scenario in which a supervisor has the opportunity to refer an employee for a reasonable suspicion test. It describes the scenario and then discusses why you should or shouldn’t refer an employee for a test.
  • What Decision Would You Make – Part 2
    Length: 07:42
    This video discusses a mock scenario in which a supervisor has the opportunity to refer an employee for a reasonable suspicion test. It describes the scenario and then discusses why you should or shouldn’t refer an employee for a test.
  • What Decision Would You Make – Part 3
    Length:03:26
    This video discusses a mock scenario in which a supervisor has the opportunity to refer an employee for a reasonable suspicion test. It describes the scenario and then discusses why you should or shouldn’t refer an employee for a test.
  • What Decision Would You Make – Part 4
    Length: 03:58
    This video discusses a mock scenario in which a supervisor has the opportunity to refer an employee for a reasonable suspicion test. It describes the scenario and then discusses why you should or shouldn’t refer an employee for a test.
  • Minimum Annual Testing Rate
    Length: 01:47
    The FMCSA has reduced the minimum annual random controlled substances testing rate for CDL drivers from the current rate of 50 percent to 25 percent. This video details the change.
  • Reasonable Suspicion Introduction
    Length:10:23
    This video is the introduction to a series of videos designed to help increase your awareness of drugs and alcohol abuse in the workplace. This video details many statistics about drug and alcohol abuse.
  • Reasonable Suspicion Basics
    Length: 05:50
    This video defines reasonable suspicion, describes the standards for making a determination, and provides guidance regarding employee interviews.
  • Collection Site Security – Part 1
    Length: 06:45   
    This video discusses the ten steps to collection site security and integrity and the site requirements for testing.
  • Collection Site Security – Part 2
    Length: 07:09
    This video details how to secure a facility for testing.
  • Collection Site Security – Part 3
    Length: 05:25
    This video discusses the collector’s responsibilities by going through an example test step by step.
  • Collection Site Security – Part 4
    Length: 04:52
    This video reviews the ten steps involved in collection site security and contains a closing statement from Jim Swart, the ODAPC Director.
  • Reasonable Suspicion Drugs Review
    Length: 11:13
    This video discusses the five reasons for testing and reviews the causes and situations around reasonable suspicion testing.

Please contact your client services representative at 877-792-3866, ext. 300, if you have any questions. Find more great training videos on our expansive training library.

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