Accident Procedures and Collision Avoidance Systems

Accident Procedures: Training Series is designed to help drivers understand what to do after being involved in (or witnessing) an accident. Specifically, it covers the procedures drivers should follow in order to safely and legally deal with the situation in a short period of time.

The Collision Avoidance Systems program is designed to give drivers an overview of the different collision avoidance systems that are now allowing drivers to better protect themselves from road hazards.

 

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Accident Procedures: Training Series is designed to help drivers understand what to do after being involved in (or witnessing) an accident. Specifically, it covers the procedures drivers should follow in order to safely and legally deal with the situation in a short period of time.

The program covers:

  • Required Steps
  • Stop immediately
  • Set out warning devices
  • Check for injuries
  • Contact law enforcement
  • Document the incident
  • Notify your company
  • After an Accident

The Collision Avoidance Systems program is designed to give drivers an overview of the different collision avoidance systems that are now allowing drivers to better protect themselves from road hazards.

After completing this program, learners will be able to:

  • Describe how the common types of collision avoidance systems operate and what their limitations are
  • Explain how to incorporate collision avoidance systems into safe driving techniques

Backing Techniques: Driver Training Series

After completing this program, learners will be able to:

  • Recognize the dangers of backing
  • Recall general backing guidelines
  • Apply good backing techniques and appropriate backing maneuvers based on the situation

 

Call us for more information:

 

Freight Consulting.US

(c): (224) 384-7780

(e): freightconsulting.us@gmail.com

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