Is Behind the Wheel Behind the Times? Part 1: Financial Advantages
Is Behind the Wheel Behind the Times? Financial Advantages of Simulation-Based Training. Business Operations, Risk Management, and Fleet Operations Can Minimize Liability, Reduce Training Costs and Increase the Safety of Your Employees.
Is Behind the Wheel Behind the Times? Part 1
inancial Advantages of Simulation-Based Training:Part 1 Today’s fleet operations are assaulted on two fronts: first, driver training is a time consuming and expensive ongoing effort and, secondly according to CFO Magazine, motor vehicle operation is one of the least accounted for risks in most industries. Companies struggling with how to […]
Distracted Driving or Walking– Who is to Blame for the Spike in Pedestrian Fatalities?
Cellphone use among walkers and drivers is on the rise and so are the safety issues related to distracted walking. We are all well aware of the deadly consequences of distracted driving. But distracted walking?
Teens Are TRYING to Drive Safely!
There are so many misconceptions about new teen drivers. Reality shows us that these drivers are simply not equipped with good training and certainly lack actual experience.
The More Your Employees Drive, the More Exposure Your Organization Has to Crashes
Yearly companies perform extensive financial planning but do they plan/budget for losses from vehicle crashes? Employees involved in crashes steal from the bottom line and escalate cost for Workman’s Comp, health care and legal.
Does Simulation Training Really Work?
We are asked all the time if simulation-based training is really effective. The answer is a YES. Simulation training dates back to 1950s and has proven to be an effective training tool for the military and first responders. Before pilots fly the world’s most advanced fighter jets, they fly first on simulators.