Do you have a routine training program for your drivers in place? If not, then get in touch with us. At FORE Safety, we specialize in Mock DOT company training. We can provide you with a training program to ensure the compliance and safety of your office staff and drivers. We're proud to serve the Midland & Odessa, TX areas. Contact us today!
Our DOT training is easy-to-understand and implement. Furthermore, we also provide on-site training to our clients. All you have to do is schedule a training program and we'll come to your location to train your office staff and drivers.
Our training programs are focused on a variety of areas, which include but are not limited to the following:
- Office staff training
- Driver training:
- Vehicle maintenance and inspections
- Drug & Alcohol awareness
- DOT/OSHA safety meetings
- Cargo rollover prevention
- Hours of service
- Hazmat security awareness
- Roadside inspection etiquette
At FORE Safety, we can also include a topic upon your request and make sure that the training program fits your needs.
We also offer entry-level driver certification training. This is a requirement for CDL drivers with less than one year of experience. We also advise all new drivers, regardless of their experience, to benefit from this training program to enhance their skills.
This training includes instructions regarding the following four areas:
- Driver Qualification Requirement a. Federal rules on medical certification
- Hours of Service of Drivers a. This focuses on the driving hour limitations
- Driver's Wellness a. Basic maintenance of health such as exercise and diet
- Whistleblower Protection a. The right that an employee has to question employer's safety practices
b. General qualifications
c. Disqualifications based on various offenses, orders and loss of driving privileges
b. Requirements to be off duty for a certain time
c. Record of duty status preparation
d. Fatigue counter measures to avoid collisions
b. Avoiding alcohol use and its importance
b. Being subject for reprisals for pointing out safety concerns