Automotive & Trucking

Distracted Driving $17.99/view
  Distracted Driving program provides logical and factual information to help you make better driving decisions. There are three main types of distraction: Visual - taking your eyes off the road, Manual - taking your hands off the wheel, Cognitive – taking your mind off what you're doing. Distracted driving is any non-driving activity a person engages in that has the potential to distract him or her from the primary task of driving and increase the risk of crashing.
  It is best for drivers to stop the vehicle if they notice any unusual noise or think there is a problem with the vehicle. Experienced drivers know when a truck sounds unusual or if there is a problem with the motor or other parts of the vehicle. If you are not sure, pull over and check out the problem. This program is a guide to help drivers avoid excessive downtime due to a disabled vehicle. Topics included in this safety video are: stop the vehicle if any unusual noise, inspect (vehicle, fire extinguisher, First Aid kit, and emergency reflectorized triangles), flares, stopping and safeguarding a disabled vehicle, stay inside the vehicle, if you're involved in an accident (notify your dispatcher immediately, brief description of the accident, exact location of the accident, whether there are any known injuries, if vehicle is disabled then let dispatcher know the details so emergency crews can be dispatched,get the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and insurance information from the people involved, ask to see their driver's license and insurance papers if at all possible, don't say anything except get the basic information and wait for the police, don't move the vehicle until instructed to by the police or qualified authorities), eliminating evidence, driver's written reports, special notes, and vehicle fires.
  Route Safety Analysis - Regardless of the type of equipment you drive, there are hazards common to all drivers. Identifying the hazards is the first step in Safety Awareness. Reducing the risks of your route is accomplished by reporting potential hazards to your supervisor when you see them. A Route Safety Analysis is a fancy title for common sense, but it’s important for you to understand some of the more common hazards we see in our day-to-day operations. Identifying and eliminating the hazards are part of your job responsibility. Topics included in this safety video are: pavement and sidewalk damage, overhead clearance problems,picking up containers, the forks, adequate clearances, keep mirrors and windows clean, report all property damage at the location, report all truck defects and alert management to potential problems, container accessibility, accidents, customer has a responsibility to provide stable access to containers,parked cars, overloaded containers, broken casters or poorly positioned containers, before you move your truck,visibilitychild safety problem, vision problems due to dust, bumpy road conditions, use a spotter, wet weather, when dumping your load, after dumping, and traffic at the landfill.
Fire Extinguisher Use and Procedures - Automotive Industry $17.99/view
  Fire Extinguisher Use and Procedures program discusses the various classes of fire extinguishers with emphasis on safety. The very first rule to remember is that life safety is paramount. This means that if your life is endangered by attempting to extinguish a fire with a fire extinguisher, don't do it! Make sure you or others are not put in a dangerous situation and make sure you can exit the building if the fire gets out of hand. Life safety is the most important part of extinguishing fires.
Hand & Power Tool Safety - Automotive Industry $17.99/view
  Hand and Power Tool Safety program can't possibly cover all hand and power tools and all the safety rules associated with using these items, but the point we want to stress right up front, is safety must be exercised every time anyone uses hand and power tools. Safety awareness is of vital importance, so let's begin the program with some basics.
Reducing Unsafe Acts & Human Behaviror - Automotive Industry $17.99/view
  Human Behavior/Reducing Unsafe Acts program will focus on the types of unsafe acts by employees and corrective methods. Unsafe acts mean taking a shortcut in a work procedure, not following company safety rules and negligence. The Insurance Industry, Governmental agencies, and the National Safety Council have analyzed employee accident investigations over the years and have determined that the overwhelming cause of most industrial accidents and injuries can be attributed to the unsafe acts of employees.
Bobtailing and Jackknifing $17.99/view
  Bobtailing and Jackknifing program explains what "Bobtailing" a tractor is and why it's dangerous. Also explains the basics of braking and different ways braking can affect the trailer and cause it to "Jackknife." Bobtailing is sometimes necessary but a dangerous method of driving a big rig tractor without any trailing component. Once you get past the profile, weight dynamics and engine power of the tractor, now you add the brake system, weather, traffic conditions, driver fatigue and attention to the road.
Consequences of Driving a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence $17.99/view
  Consequences of Driving a Motor Vehicle under the Influence program talks about the hazard of drinking and driving. Manslaughter charges, murder charges, felony convictions, deaths, injuries, court costs, license revoked or suspended, attorney fees, public service, rehabilitation and of course, the police record that goes with the arrest and conviction. This video is not designed to tell you not to drink and drive, you already know that!
CSA 2010 and How it Affects Your Organization $17.99/view
  Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010 program explains how CSA 2010 changes the existing enforcement and compliance business process. This is to better view how large commercial motor vehicle carriers and drivers are complying with safety rules and to intervene earlier with those who are not. How it affects your organization - FMCSA's compliance and safety programs improve and promote safety performance and save lives.
D.O.T. Out of Service Criteria $17.99/view
  D.O.T. - Out Of Service Criteria - In this video, we want to examine what's known as Motor Vehicle Out of Service Criteria. This criteria is published by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance or CVSA. If any of the conditions described in this program are present on your vehicle, the vehicle may be deemed Out of Service by the Department of Transportation. Topics discussed in this safety video include: brake system, steering gear and linkage, tires, lights and lighting devices, suspension, fuel system, exhaust system, windshields and wipers, emergency equipment, vehicle frame, safe loading, chains, wire rope, fiber rope, synthetic webbing, fittings or attachments, anchor points, coupling systems, van and trailer bodies.
Defensive Driver Training - Passenger, SUVs and Small Trucks $17.99/view
  This is not just another Defensive Driving course, but one that provides factual and specific information for a greater understanding of vehicle safety and driving. Course contains graphic images of accidents and actual accidents as they occurred. This course discusses blind spots, safe following distances and mirror adjustments. Included are reminders of railroad crossings, pedestrian courtesy and safety, vehicle condition and maintenance. Seat belt usage and condition and sharing the road are important topics discussed in this program. Other topics include the dangers of drowsy driving, how aging affects driving, sharing the road with trucks and smaller vehicles, driving the speed limit, road rage and how to prevent it, drinking and driving, hydroplaning and what to do in case of an accident. No driving course would be complete without mentioning the dreaded cell phones, ipods and texting. Distracted driving is fast becoming a recognized hazard in today’s driving environment.
DOT Alcohol and Drug Rules $17.99/view
  DOT Alcohol and Drug Rules program is a general overview of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) Alcohol and Drug Test Rules for persons required to obtain a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). The following is a general overview of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) Alcohol and Drug Testing Rules for persons required to obtain a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). The information is intended to provide a general summary of the rules. It should not be relied upon to fulfill all legal requirements stipulated in the regulations. It does not contain many of the requirements or special circumstances detailed in the FMCSA and DOT rules. A comprehensive list of alcohol and drug testing rules published by the FMCSA and DOT Office of the Secretary (OST) applicable to CDL drivers and their employers is available at the end of this program.
Drivers Daily Log $17.99/view
  Driver's Daily Log program will review how the Driver’s Daily Log is to be completed. It is the Driver's Duty Status Record or Driver's Daily Log where compliance or non-compliance with the "Hours of Service" limits of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulation is recorded. Both the carrier and the driver must know what items are required on a driver's duty status record and how they are to be recorded.
Driving In Extreme Weather Conditions $17.99/view
  Driving in Extreme Weather Conditions program will reinforce safety practices when you drive and work in extreme weather conditions. The following safety information will reinforce the safety practices you use to drive and work in extreme weather conditions. The primary point to emphasize as you drive through challenging weather conditions is to proceed slowly and cautiously. Lengthen your following distance so you have time and space to stop or maneuver your trucks.
Eating For Energy $17.99/view
  Eating For Energy - A lot of what we eat at truck stop plazas and restaurants taste good, but aren't good for us. Eating right can often be a challenge, but it doesn't have to be difficult. We need to know what foods are good for us and what amounts of them we should consume. The American Heart Association recommends the amount of daily calories required by gender, age, and activity level. Your doctor can help determine your ideal weight and whether you should reduce, increase, or maintain your daily calorie intake.
Employee Safety Orientation For Automotive Personnel $17.99/view
  Employee Safety Orientation for Automotive Personnel program is an overview of your safety responsibilities to help you perform your job safely. Safety is a responsibility that's important to you, the company, and to your fellow employees. Our basic safety policy is simply this: "We don't have any job that can't be performed safely." Don't take short cuts or risks. There's only one-way to perform your job. If it can't be done safely, we don't want you to do it. That's our policy and your obligation.
Eye Protection - A New Approach $17.99/view
  Eye Protection - A New Approach (Non-Humorous) is about protecting the eyes from injury by providing a number of built-in devices. The eyelashes catch dust and light particles before they can blow into the eye. Eyebrows cushion light blows and catch falling particles before they reach the eye.
Fatigue Management $17.99/view
  Shift Work Fatigue Surveys program focuses on understanding fatigue from shift work and procedures to cope with change. Surveys show that shift workers are chronically deprived of sleep and this group has approximately twice as many automobile accidents as regular 9 to 5 day workers. Inattentiveness and loss of alertness are among the most important contributors to human error. Experience and statistics have shown that human error is the primary cause of 85% to 98% of accidents and injuries. People who work rotating shifts suffer a higher rate of illness and death than day shift workers.
Hearing Conservation For The Automotive Industry $17.99/view
  Hearing Conservation is protection from noise that can damage your hearing permanently. That's why it's important to protect your hearing at work, home, and everywhere else. Awareness of the hazard is the first step toward preventing an injury and an injury to your hearing is serious business. This program will focus on protecting your hearing in the workplace and outside the workplace.
Heavy Truck Braking System and Braking Techniques $17.99/view
  Heavy Truck Braking System and Braking Techniques program talks about the different types of braking systems and operation. Without a doubt, the single most important component in any vehicle is the braking system. This is especially true on heavy trucks which can weigh 20-30 times the weight of the average passenger vehicles. Some truck drivers do not understand how to operate heavy truck brakes. The tractor portion of a tractor-semi trailer rig may have ten or more valves controlling the air flow to the brakes.
Hours of Service For Property Carrying Vehicles $17.99/view
  Hours of Service for Property Carrying Vehicles program defines 395 regulation and application. In the fall of 2004, the U.S. Senate passed a law that keeps the existing Hours-of-Service regulation of April 28th, 2003, in effect until September 30th, 2005. The current rule is in effect as of October 1st, 2005, but is expected to be amended. The present rule was challenged and the U.S. Court of Appeal for the D.C. Circuit ruled that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) did not adequately consider the impact of this rule on driver health. The following part of 395 regulations rule applies to gross combination weight rating, or gross vehicle weight, or gross combination weight of vehicles of 10,001 pounds (whichever is greater) or transport of hazardous materials of a type and quantity that must have placarding.
Intersections - Expect The Unexpected $17.99/view
  Intersections - Expect the Unexpected program reviews examples of three accidents involving intersections. Intersections are dangerous places. As a driver, you pass through so many intersections each day; you may not be as alert as you should be. As professionals, you are responsible for your safety and the safety of others on the road. Therefore, it is your responsibility to be sure each intersection is negotiated safely.
Jump Starting Your Battery Safety $17.99/view
  Jump Start Your Battery Safety program covers battery care, maintenance, jump-starting and much more with an emphasis on safety. A car battery is a rechargeable cell in the starting-lighting-ignition variety of batteries. They are also in the lead acid family of batteries. Lead acid batteries are the oldest style of rechargeable batteries. The high power output of a car battery is necessary to supply a high current draw needed for the engine starter
Level 1 Inspections $17.99/view
  Level 1 Inspections program covers the five individual inspection levels including the vehicle and driver component. The roadside inspection program consists of roadside inspections performed by qualified safety inspectors who follow the North American Standard guidelines, which were developed by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance often called the CVSA, in cooperation with the FMCSA. Most roadside inspections conducted by the states are conducted under the Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program, or MCSAP, which is a grant program administered by the FMCSA.
Motor Fleet Maintenance Safety $17.99/view
  Motor Fleet Maintenance Safety program reviews safety tips to help reduce the majority of accidents in a fleet maintenance facility. The goal of this program is to increase safety awareness. Fleet repair professionals have important and demanding responsibilities requiring technical skills, experience, and a lot of hard work. Safety is part of your job. Always follow your organization's policies and procedures and equipment manufacturer's recommendations.
Multi-Piece Wheel/Rim Demounting Mounting - Truck Split Rim $17.99/view
  Multi-Piece Wheel/Rim Demounting Mounting – Truck Split Rim - This training program is designed to alert you to the hazards of multi-piece rims and to provide basic guidelines for safely using and servicing these types of wheels. Your company has specific work rules and procedures; therefore, it’s up to you to follow the specific rules of your organization. In all cases, follow the manufacturer’s specifications.
Parking Lot Safety $17.99/view
  Parking Lot Safety program provides tips on your personal safety when driving in a parking lot. Did you know that one of the likeliest places to be involved in a fender bender is in a parking lot? People seem to suspend their good judgment when looking for a parking space. Some people consider the traffic signs such as Stop and Yield as optional in parking lots because they are on private property and not subject to a ticket, while others ignore the traffic lanes to cut diagonally across the lot. In a parking lot, people have their minds on everything, but driving. For instance, a driver spots someone with keys in hand approaching her car and their first reaction is to dart forward to be the first to claim the spot, oblivious to the car trying to back out of a space between two other vehicles. In crowded parking lots, you'll see many obvious safety violations.
Pre-Trip Inspection - Large Buses $17.99/view
  Pre-Trip Inspection - Large Buses program will demonstrate a basic pre-trip inspection Vehicle breakdowns are costly, inconvenient, and frustrating for both of you, the vehicle operator and your passengers. As a vehicle operator, you can greatly reduce the chances of a breakdown by conducting a thorough pre-trip inspection before you start your shift. If you can spot a minor problem before it turns into a major crisis that results in a breakdown, you and your passengers will be thankful. While the vehicle shown may not be the same type used at your facility, your trainer will provide instruction on the vehicles you'll be operating.
Pre-Trip Inspection - Small Buses $17.99/view
  Pre-Trip Inspection - Small Buses program will show you how to do a pre-trip inspection in a simple, logical order. Mechanical breakdowns are always a frustrating experience…frustrating for you and your passengers. By performing a pre-trip inspection on your vehicle before putting it in service, you can often avoid breakdowns due to mechanical failures. Today, we're going to talk about the pre-trip inspection. You'll learn how to do a Pre-trip Inspection in a simple and logical order. But, before we begin, let's look at the importance of a Pre-trip Inspection and why it's necessary. By performing a visual, mechanical pre-trip inspection before leaving the yard, you can greatly reduce the risk of having mechanical breakdowns or accidents while out on the road. State law and company require that you perform a pre-trip inspection and that you complete a Daily Bus Report also referred to as a DBR. This must be done on a daily basis.
Preventing Back Injuries $17.99/view
  Preventing Back Injury - The vast majority of back injuries are preventable; however, many back problems are not the result of injury, but of the result of the degeneration of the discs. Aging of the spinal disc material causes the most trouble and can cause extreme pain. What this means is that over the years, this delicate discs become worn and damaged.
Preventing Slips and Falls In Trucking $17.99/view
  Preventing Slips and Falls in Trucking program focuses on preventing slips and falls from trucks. Over 14,000 people die each year from falls at home and on the job. Truck driving is dangerous because of traffic, road and weather conditions. More drivers are hurt each year by slipping and falling from non-moving vehicles than by any other single cause.
Radio Communications $17.99/view
  Radio Communications program explains the role of the radio in our daily operation, examine different types of radios, discuss the importance of professional radio procedures, and explore some of the common causes of poor communication.
Rest Stop Routines $17.99/view
  Rest Stop Routines - Working in the trucking industry increases a person’s risk for developing musculoskeletal problems and other health problems due to the long hours in the same sedentary position. Many muscular problems occur from the position a person assumes, the long hours in this position, and the vibrations from the truck. Because of this prolonged posture, muscles adapt to the position that they are in the most. The work posture required in this industry is forward head and hunched shoulders.
Retail Tire Shop Safety Management $17.99/view
  Retail Tire Shop Safety Management program is intended as a review of some basic responsibilities that are required for all professionals in the industry. The automotive after-market retail and automotive service industry is an increasingly busy industry. The professional skills needed to support a fast moving organization are becoming more critical.
Road Rage $17.99/view
  Road Rage program is to provide awareness of potential hazards on the road and how to control our emotions on the road. Road rage is a driver who doesn’t control their emotions. It is an attitude and hostility behind the wheel. As drivers we are on the road fighting for space when others get in our way. We think of ourselves as being better than others and do not like losing by another person. These thoughts are magnified behind the wheel of a car.
Slips Trips And Falls $17.99/view
  Slips, Trips, and Falls program covers the proper maintenance of walking surfaces and the various conditions that can cause a slip or fall. Slips and falls can happen anywhere. The causes of slips and falls can be from not paying attention, a slippery floor or tripping over an object. Ninety percent of slips and falls can be prevented by just paying attention and aware of the walking surfaces.
Space Management Part 1 & 2 $17.99/view
  Space Management of this program we are looking for ways to become better safe drivers, our attention turns to space management. Just as with speed, we carefully watch and control the space around our trucks can make the difference between life and death. The speed driven is totally under our own control as the truck driver. In this module we cover how to manage space when we’re sharing the road with other traffic, whether it’s on the interstate or a city street. Part 2 covers areas around the truck, namely the space beside, behind, above and below. They are all important and require specific techniques if we’re going to monitor them adequately. Space beside and behind our trucks and space above and below our trucks are covered in this session.
Special Driving Conditions $17.99/view
  Special Driving Conditions program covers the different types road conditions a driver may encounter and tips on how to handle them. Regardless of the nature of the hazardous road or weather conditions we may encounter, the key to remember is that if we know what waits for us down the road, we can adjust our driving and our schedules to allow us to do our jobs safely. Knowledge is always our best defense. So how do we get the information we need to stay on top of changing conditions? Let's look at some of the things we can do.
Speed Management $17.99/view
  Speed Management program focuses on controlling the speed of your truck in various weather, road and environment conditions. Throughout your professional driving career, you've probably heard a lot of talk about defensive driving. Defensive driving is the key to your survival and our success as a company. The statistics are out there. According to federal government research, there are nearly 150,000 heavy truck crashes every year, of which about 5,000 result in fatalities and another 60,000 result in injuries that require treatment away from the scene of the collision. More than 5,000 people lose their lives each year in crashes involving heavy trucks.
Torquing Lugnuts $17.99/view
  Torquing Lug-nuts video is going to discuss the who, what, when, where, and why we use torque wrenches in the automotive service industry. This program focuses on the use of torque wrenches in the automotive industry.
Trucking Industry - Vehicle Pre Trip Inspection $17.99/view
  Vehicle Pre-Trip Inspection program covers all the areas to be inspected on the vehicle. Obviously, the primary purpose of inspecting a vehicle before you get on the road is to determine if the vehicle has any defects that could be a safety hazard or cause the vehicle to break down. There are Federal and State laws requiring vehicle inspection, but safety is of primary importance and concern. As you approach the vehicle, note the general condition of the vehicle. Look for damage or a vehicle leaning to one side. Look under the vehicle for oil leaks, coolant, grease, or fuel leaks. Check the area around the vehicle for hazards such as people standing or working nearby, other vehicles, objects or low hanging wires or other potential hazards.
Vehicle Inspection - Automobiles and Light Trucks $17.99/view
  Vehicle Inspection - Automobiles and Light Trucks program reviews the various parts of the vehicle that should be inspected. Pre-trip Vehicle Inspections are extremely important, but when was the last time you saw anyone performing a pre-trip vehicle inspection on an automobile or a small pick-up truck? When planning a trip no matter how far it is, it's important to make sure your auto is ready for the road.
Winter Driving Safety (Long Version) $17.99/view
  Winter Driving Safety (Long Version) - In this program, we'll take a look at winter driving and how to reduce driving accidents, injuries, and hopefully reduce the many problems associated with winter driving. In this program we'll discuss important topics such as vehicle maintenance, winter weather, special driving tips, and personal safety in cold weather. However, we won't list a large number of statistics showing increased death and injury rates in winter weather. Winter driving does increase the accident rate, but that's pretty well known by anyone operating a vehicle. In fact, the leading cause of death during winter storms is transportation accidents.

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