This short (7 Minute) eLearning course provides quick and easy tips for drivers who continue to work during the COVID-19 pandemic, along with a 5-question quiz to lock in key learnings.
Topics covered include:
While some companies have had no or little interruption in service, others have been in complete lockdown over recent weeks. With the world having changed dramatically, and new health and safety considerations to address, what additional precautions do businesses need to take to protect those driving for work?
In this webinar, eDriving’s Senior Vice President of Risk Engineering, Jim Noble, and eDriving’s Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability Advisor, Teri Snow, CSP, will discuss the key issues facing those who drive for work, and recommend the steps you can take to continue protecting drivers with COVID-conscious policies.
The webinar will help you to:
Date: Thursday June 4, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM PDT / 2:00 PM EDT / 7:00 PM GMT
Q: Do I need to change any policies regarding authorized family use of company vehicles?
A: During the COVID-19 pandemic, a sensible option for fleet, safety, and risk managers is to restrict family authorization to limit the number of people using the same vehicle.
Senior Vice President, Risk Engineering
Q: What should I do if a driver mentions they feel unwell during their shift?
A: The well-being of drivers is top priority. Ensure that they feel well enough to drive home, or to contact a relative to collect them. Read more in the link below.
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