Driver Accident Prevention

Every driver is at risk for an accident.  Even the most well-trained, safety-conscious Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) driver is at risk of causing an accident. Weather conditions, road conditions, and overcrowded highways are uncontrollable factors that increase accident risk for every driver on the road.

How do safety managers mitigate driver accident risk? Change driver behavior. Reducing driver accidents and incidents starts with changing driver behavior. Create a culture of safety within your transportation company, and driver accident rates will reduce.

Videos to help drivers stay on top of safety
Training on the go
Tracking helps mitigate CSA Violations

How employee training software helps prevent trucking accidents

Our learning management system raises the consciousness of CMV drivers about common driving errors and provides valuable driving tips that help prevent transportation driver accidents.

Decreased severity of driver accidents = better insurance rates

Insurance rates are directly tied to the frequency of accidents your company has experienced in a given five-year period. Ongoing training with Infinit-I Workforce Solutions has been shown to help decrease both frequency and severity of driver accidents.

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Over 800 videos in our transportation video content library

With over 800 videos in our training library, the Infinit-I learning management system can be used for driver orientation program, safety awareness training program, dispatcher driver relations, driver retention, and much more. Each training module is followed by test questions to gauge driver comprehension.

Just a small sample of the safety and accident training we offer through Infinit-I Workforce Solutions:

Vehicle Handling and Upkeep

  • Pre-Trip Exterior Power Unit and Trailer Inspection: Explains the importance of Pre-Trip Inspection and regular maintenance of the vehicle; describes common points neglect on the vehicle and discusses the importance and proper procedure for inspecting the exterior power unit and trailer before transit
  • Cabin Interior Pre-Trip Checklist: Demonstrates how to properly inspect the cabin interior of the vehicle before transit
  • Pre- and Post-Trip Component Inspection: This inspection can prevent costly breakdowns, save lives, and impact your company’s bottom line. Drivers are walked through a multi-point inspection
  • IEP Chassis Violations Added to Carrier SMS: Overview of the FMCSA Final Rule covering IEP’s chassis violations added to carrier SMS score and drivers PSP
  • Fuel Efficiency: Discusses the importance of fuel efficiency and provides an overview of fuel economy practices
  • CSA Tire Inspection: Produced by the TIA (Tire Industry Association) and Michelin Tires, this video presents a state trooper discussing Federal tire regulations as they relate to CSA and CVSA standards during an inspection

Driver Behavior During DOT Roadside Inspections

  • Roadside Inspection Procedures: Helps familiarize drivers with roadside inspection procedure
  • Roadside Inspection Conduct: Reminds drivers of the importance of presenting paperwork in a professional way
  • Roadside Inspection Documentation: Reviews the documents a driver might be asked for

Safety Culture and Driver Accident Prevention

  • Adverse Driving Conditions: Reinforces the safety practices used to drive and work in inclement weather
  • Bridges and Overpasses: Describes the potential hazards and dangers of bridges and overpasses to large commercial vehicles
  • Distracted Drivers and Cell Phones: Emphasizes the dangers of driver distraction during the operation of a commercial vehicle
  • Jackknifing: Defines the scenario known as jackknifing; describes the physics of the event and how to prevent it
  • Loading, Transporting, and Unloading Heavy Equipment: Loading and securing heavy loads is always a challenge and there are never any shortcuts!
  • Rapid Loss Of Tire Air (Blowout): Produced by Michelin Tire, this training describes what a driver should do in the event of rapid air loss (blowout) of a truck tire
  • Road Rage: Defines the phenomenon called “Road Rage” and the causes of the event
  • Tailgating: Discusses the importance of not tailgating and the correct following distances for certain weather conditions
  • Work Zones: Describes the potential hazards when coming into and traveling through work zones

Driver Accident Prevention Testimonial

In 2010, my annual cost for accident was $10,000. In 2018, I’ve averaged $2600 per accident for the 8.5 years I’ve been with Infinit-I. This blew my mind. Then you get into accident cost per mile, and that’s going down. Say we have an average of 40 accidents a year. You take 40 accidents at $10,000 and you drop it down to $2600, that’s a minimum of $290,000 saved per year in just one area of safety!
BR Williams Trucking
Allan Hicks, CDS Vice President of Safety

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