Free Driver COVID-19 Online Course: What Truckers Need to Know
Keeping drivers safe through the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
At TransForce, safety is always our top priority. Now more than ever, we want to provide our drivers with the education and resources to feel safe while on the road. Watch this brief video from our partners at Instructional Technologies, Inc. to learn how this pandemic affects drivers’ work and safety, and how you can keep yourself safe.
- Course overview
- COVID-19 Symptoms
- Spread and Prevention
- Driver Specific Safety and Sanitation
- Regulatory Changes and Operational Concerns
- Rest and Roadside Services
- Staying Alert
As drivers, we each have the responsibility to be as safe as we can on the road and as professional drivers, it’s critical that you keep your head in the game at all times. The best offense to road rage is to drive defensively. Err on the side of being courteous to your fellow drivers. Maintain proper speeds. Keep a safe distance between your vehicle and the one in front of you. Always signal before changing lanes. We can’t control other drivers’ behaviors but road rage is a controllable event. We have a choice over whether to engage in aggressive behaviors or retaliate against an insult whether real or perceived.
For more safe driving tips, visit transforce.com/blog.