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719 Fleet Safety Management
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Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death and injury for all ages. Crashes on and off the job have far-reaching financial and psychological effects on employees, their coworkers and families, and their employers.

Every company that operates a fleet of vehicles needs to develop and implement a Fleet Safety Plan. This course introduces you to the various components of a Fleet Safety Program and offers suggestions on how to manage it effectively. By developing and maintaining an effective fleet safety program, you will be empowered to save lives, reduce risks of life-altering injuries, protect your organization's human and financial resources, and protect yourself against liabilities.

Course Objectives

At the end of this course, you should be able to:
ID Objective
TO 1.0 Achieve a minimum score of 70% on the final course assessment.
LO 1.1.1 Describe the mission and elements of a Fleet Safety Program.
LO 1.2.1 Describe employer, supervisor and vehicle operator responsibilities under the Fleet Safety Program.
LO 1.3.1 Describe the "ABCS" learning objective and give an example of a typical learning objective.
LO 1.4.1 Discuss important considerations when selecting vehicle operators.
LO 1.5.1 Discuss management and operator training evaluation requirements.
LO 1.6.1 Describe the vehicle investigation process including documentation requirements.
LO 1.7.1 Describe vehicle maintenance and inspection requirements.

Key: Terminal Objective (TO), Learning Objective (LO)