Scott Rea, President of AvatarFleet, is on a mission to keep safe drivers behind the wheels of your trucks and buses. Scott cut his teeth in trucking by managing a high growth driver recruiting department from 2014-2017. He uses that first-hand experience to ensure AvatarFleet provides the industry’s best software and services for transportation companies to recruit, hire, train and retain safe drivers.

5 Topics You Should Be Teaching in Your Truck Driver Safety Training

5 Topics You Should Be Teaching at Your Driver Safety Training

This post is an excerpt from the article in the AvatarFleet blog. To view the full article, click this link.

I got a call the other day from a client who’s worked with us for many years. We first met him back in 1999. At the time he was senior vice president of safety for Greyhound Lines and, at the time, he had about 3,000 drivers. We did a lot of work with him, but he left for an even larger company where he had 10,000 drivers. Once again, he engaged us to develop custom education and training to reduce the frequency of losses in the company.

This client has a keen appreciation for the benefits of outcome-based driver training, but in his new job, he only had 500 drivers and a limited budget. He couldn’t afford to develop a massive custom curriculum to include 70 or 80 driver safety topics.

“He knew he needed something, and his request was simple: ‘What do I absolutely need to include in my safety training to get better results?'”

Read the full article to learn about the 5 topics you should be teaching in your truck driver safety training.

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Scott Rea, President of AvatarFleet, is on a mission to keep safe drivers behind the wheels of your trucks and buses. Scott cut his teeth in trucking by managing a high growth driver recruiting department from 2014-2017. He uses that first-hand experience to ensure AvatarFleet provides the industry’s best software and services for transportation companies to recruit, hire, train and retain safe drivers.

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