Safety Department Orientation

For newly hired drivers, orientation is the first step in the driver training process. Because this is often a new employee’s first real contact with a company, its importance cannot be overstated. Good initial contact between drivers and management can help form the foundation of a relationship that influences many aspects of the drivers’ employment, including their level of commitment to the company, how productive they are, and their safety on the road.

Driver Orientation Program

1
Before They Begin Driving
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2
DAC Service (Report)
1
3
Company Policy
2
4
Supporting Documents Policy
1

Out-of-Service Pictorial

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Tires
2
2
Wheels, Rims and Hubs
2
3
Brake Systems
2
4
Frames
1
5
Fuel System
1
6
Suspensions
2

DOT or USDOT

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The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT or USDOT)
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2
What Trucks Need USDOT Numbers?
1

DOT Inspection Levels

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Level 1
1
2
Level 2
1
3
Level 3
1

Unsafe Driving Violations

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Speeding
1
2
Failure to obey traffic control device
1
3
Inattentive Driving
1
4
Lane Restriction
1

Safety Quiz

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Safety Quiz
12 questions
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