Monthly Archives: January 2015

DriverCheck Welcomes New Client – G&K Services

DriverCheck is happy to welcome G&K services to our list of clients, making America’s roads safer through online training, safety awareness, and other driver improvement programs. G&K Services is a leading provider of branded uniform, linen and facility services programs in the US, and largest such company in Canada. G&K drivers travel coast to […]

By |January 27th, 2015|Driver Safety, Driver Training, Fleet Safety|Comments Off on DriverCheck Welcomes New Client – G&K Services|

How Most Commercial Vehicle Collisions Happen

Most commercial vehicles in service are not the tractor-trailer trucks so prevalent on our expressways. They are vans, pickups, and straight trucks driven by technicians and employees who do not have the specialized training required of professional drivers.
Many of these technicians and employees don’t consider driving as part of their job. Driving is simply […]

By |January 20th, 2015|Driver Safety, Fleet Safety|Comments Off on How Most Commercial Vehicle Collisions Happen|

Nine Tactics for Finding and Keeping Good Drivers (Part Two)

In Part Two of our two-part blog series, we’ll continue discussing the nine tactics for finding and keeping good drivers. Click here to read Part One.

Get better at onboarding: Orientation needs to be about more than making sure new drivers are familiar with procedures, rules and regulations.
Improve driver health: More companies are offering programs […]

By |January 12th, 2015|Driver Training, Fleet Safety|Comments Off on Nine Tactics for Finding and Keeping Good Drivers (Part Two)|

Nine Tactics for Finding and Keeping Good Drivers (Part One)

Finding high caliber drivers can prove challenging, especially for fleets. Both good drivers and bad can have a substantive effect on profits. In our two-part blog series, we’ll discuss nine tactics for finding and keeping good drivers. The first four should get your hiring program moving in the right direction, with significant long-term positive […]

By |January 5th, 2015|Driver Training|Comments Off on Nine Tactics for Finding and Keeping Good Drivers (Part One)|