The business travel packages are essential.
The Business Travel 6 pack provides drivers with the basics on safe travel while on a business trip or when travelling personally. The modules include:
This module provides viewers with tips on how to be safe while traveling on business. Participants will learn about: pre-trip preparations, airport and airplane safety, hotel safety and post-trip safety techniques.
This module looks into the #1 cause of collisions today, impaired driving. Participants will learn: how drinking impairs motor skills, consequences (for the driver and the employer) of driving impaired and certain clues to look for if another driver may be impaired.
This module examines the two most important safety features of any vehicle; the seatbelts, and the airbags. Participants will learn: the proper way to buckle up, how to avoid the airbag’s danger zone and how to get the maximum safety out of both of them.
This module takes a look into potentially deadly distractions which may occur behind the wheel. Drivers will learn about: the hazard of driving while using a cell phone, the most common distractions on the road and how minimize and avoid them while driving.
This module looks at the perils of drowsy driving, as well as ways to stay alert behind the wheel. Key learning objectives include: characteristics of fatigue, main contributors to drowsiness, some warning signs of fatigue and how to avoid drowsy driving.
This module is designed to instruct drivers on proper parking and backing techniques. It covers: hazards of parking and backing, common parking lot collisions and five defensive parking techniques.
This module is designed to teach drivers the ins and outs of driving at night. Since collision fatalities are 3 times as likely at night, participants will learn: the dangers of night driving, the effects of glare and limited visibility and tips on how to stay safe while driving at night.
This module examines the most common mistake made on the road today, speeding. The participant will learn: how speeding affects the control over a vehicle, how it affects total stopping distance and why the ‘other guy’ on the road should be taken into consideration.
This module teaches drivers about some of the main causes of highway collisions as well as safe highway driving techniques. Some of these techniques include: safe merging, freeway speed, acceleration and reaction time, space cushioning, safe lane changes and safe exiting maneuvers.
Navigational tools and other in-vehicle technology can interfere with a professional driver’s focus on the road. This course explains how to minimize potential in-vehicle distractions, and why it is important to rely on safety, not technology, to manage the complex tasks of driving.
Fuelled by anger or frustration, aggressive drivers become a hazard by ignoring right-of-way rules, weaving through traffic, and speeding. This course discusses common behaviors associated with aggressive driving, and how managing speed and space, as well as emotions, can help professional drivers avoid aggression on the road.
Accidents at intersections account for nearly half of all road injuries and deaths. This course discusses the factors contributing to the three worse types of crashes at intersections, and provides key defensive driving techniques to improve safety when either turning or crossing through an intersection.