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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Ergonomics and Injury Prevention for Commercial Vehicle Operators $74.95
Hazardous Weather Driving for Commercial Vehicle Operators $74.95
Loading Dock Safety $74.95
Trailer Coupling and Uncoupling $74.95
Flatbed Cargo Securement $74.95
Negotiating Hazards for Commercial Vehicles $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70


Ergonomics and Injury Prevention for Commercial Vehicle Operators

This course is designed to prevent drivers from risks of injury they face when operating commercial vehicles, and when manually handling the loads they may be transporting. The course discusses various types of injuries associated with operating commercial motor vehicle. It also addresses the ergonomics practices, safety controls, and personal protective equipment (PPE) that commercial vehicle operators should use to minimize or prevent chances of getting injured at work. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
  • differentiate between the federal agencies that have jurisdiction over employees operating motor vehicles used for commercial purposes
  • recognize the driving industries and occupations that have a higher rate of musculoskeletal disorders
  • match the hazards associated with operating a motor vehicle to the types of injuries that may occur as a result
  • recognize safe work practices and injury prevention methods for operating a commercial motor vehicle
  • identify the types of PPE drivers should use when handling materials they've transported

Hazardous Weather Driving for Commercial Vehicle Operators

This course is designed to help commercial vehicle operators deal with hazards they may encounter when driving in bad weather conditions and how they can address a road emergency situation. Precautions for driving in rain, snow, fog, and windy conditions are covered, as are hydroplaning and skids and how you should react to them if you find yourself in such a situation. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
  • recognize the precautions you should take when driving during rain and thunderstorms
  • recognize the precautions you should take when driving in snowy conditions
  • install single truck tire snow chains on the correct tires
  • recognize the precautions you should take when driving in foggy conditions
  • take appropriate precautions when driving in windy conditions
  • describe techniques for dealing with a hydroplane
  • handle a skid while driving a commercial truck

Loading Dock Safety

Typically, loading docks are busy areas where equipment, such as forklifts, is used to move materials and freight onto or off of trailers. Special attention is needed in these areas to ensure the safety of the workers involved in loading and unloading trailers. In addition to forklift tipovers, its also important to make sure forklifts don't slip or skid off elevated docks, fall between the dock and the trailer, or hit the trailer. Avoiding these types of hazards will help keep everyone involved with loading and unloading trailers safe. This course is designed to help you understand how to make sure the loading dock is safe. First to be covered are OSHA's requirements for both forklift operators and working surfaces in loading areas. Basic and best practices for avoiding hazards while on the dock and during the loading and unloading of the trailer and inspection methods to follow before entering suspension-type highways trailers, in particular, are explained. Combined, this information will help you keep the loading dock and loading dock activities safe for all those involved with loading and unloading trailers. Loading Dock Safety was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology. This course was reviewed and updated for the November 2016 OSHA final rule updating walking-working surfaces standards.
  • recognize the safety requirements of the different types of dockboards
  • identify basic safety practices to take before entering a trailer to load or unload it
  • recognize the proper use of best practices for loading and unloading trailers
  • identify characteristics of the suspension-type highway trailer
  • recognize the signs that an inspected checkpoint may be deficient

Trailer Coupling and Uncoupling

As a commercial vehicle operator, you are responsible for the safe operation of your tractor trailer. Following appropriate practices to couple and uncouple trailers, as well as maintaining equipment, ensures that you and the other motorists that share the road with you are safe. In this course, you will learn about the safety factors that apply to coupling and uncoupling vehicles and the risks associated with these tasks. Trailer Coupling and Uncoupling was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
  • identify equipment used for trailer coupling and uncoupling
  • sequence the steps for coupling vehicles
  • sequence the steps for uncoupling vehicles

Flatbed Cargo Securement

Safe loading and operation of a flatbed trailer depends on following rules and regulations related to safe loading of cargo, proper use of securement devices, and regular inspection of the load. In this course, you will learn about the hazards, rules, and safety provisions for ensuring your safety as a vehicle operator, as well as the safety of other vehicle operators you share the road with. Flatbed Cargo Securement was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
  • recognize hazards when loading or inspecting cargo
  • identify the main components of the trailer that relate to securement systems
  • identify areas that should be inspected for wear or potential failure in securing devices and blocking and bracing equipment
  • identify load inspection requirements

Negotiating Hazards for Commercial Vehicles

According to the FMCSA, collisions at intersections alone account for 45% of all reported crashes and 21% of fatalities. Intersections are just one of many common hazards you may encounter in the course of everyday travel while in your truck. In order to safely negotiate the hazards you come into contact with, you must be familiar with the procedures and precautions to take. In this course, you will learn about what you need to do to safely negotiate turns and merging, intersections, downgrades, and railroad crossings. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information.
  • make safe left and right turns in your truck
  • safely merge your truck into traffic and exit from traffic
  • identify the steps to take to ensure that your truck is visible to other motorists
  • recognize how to approach various types of intersections
  • take appropriate precautions when negotiating downgrades
  • identify guidelines for conducting maintenance checks of the braking system and related parts
  • identify the different types of warning signs and devices that mark railroad crossings
  • safely negotiate railroad crossings
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Safe Driving Part 3 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252845
  • Duration:
    3 hours
  • Price:
    $219