Floods are unpredictable, so taking steps to ensure your fleet is properly cared for prior to high
waters is paramount in protecting your vehicles, students and staff during a flood event.
Organizations can use the following checklist to help ensure the safety of their passengers when selecting and using charter coach services.
Driver monitoring systems can be used to help identify potential “risky” behaviors for the purpose of mentoring and coaching drivers. Learn more about implementing this type of system with this guide.
Help reduce the risk of accident and injury from vehicles backing up. Ensure your standard operating and training guidelines mirror the recommended practices in this guide.
Winter driving can be hazardous and scary, especially in northern regions that get a lot of snow and ice. This resource provides safety tips for your employees.
Use this sample template to create a vehicle accident report for your organization.
Following a vehicle accident, it is important that management conducts a fair and thorough process while gathering relevant facts. Use this guide to help your organization’s internal investigations.
Large passenger vans can pose a safety risk to inexperienced van drivers and other road users. Drivers must use caution to minimize the risk associated with their operation. The NHTSA recommends the following safety precautions.
Vehicles are one of the most important assets and potential liabilities for an organization. Use this guide to help in your organization’s efforts to recruit and hire qualified fleet drivers.
This 11-minute “Drive Safe” training video addresses what can be done to drive more safely.
Use this sample template to help create a report that can be used by your drivers in the event of an accident.
Have a proactive plan of action in place in the event of a school bus accident. Use this sample policy to build your own.
Information can help resolve claims faster and easier. A checklist like this sample can help ensure that all important information regarding a school bus accident is recorded.
This resource can be used to help train school bus drivers on what to do in the event of an accident.
Just as fire drills help prepare students and faculty in the event of an emergency, so do school bus rear door evacuation drills. Use this guide to help execute your own drills.
Help students arrive to and from school safely by discussing these tips with them and their families.
Help allow students to be picked up and dropped off safely by using this resource to create efficient traffic flows, policies and guidelines.