Advantage Fleet Services Inc. (AFSI) works with clients to assist to develop their drivers as exemplary professional drivers. A professional driver is obligated to demonstrate compliance with all the safety regulations and practices. If high risk violations occur, it could impact a company’s relationship with its clients, their National Safety Code (NSC) carrier profile (if applicable), and insurance premiums.
The Everything DiSC Workplace® Profile uses the third-generation of the DiSC® assessment (a research-validated learning model) to create a highly personalized learner experience. The profile is workplace-specific with in-depth information, including tips, strategies, and action plans to help participants become more effective. The result is more successful and productive working relationships.
Your Greatest Risk (YGR) speaks to the risks inherent to driving. It is an excellent introductory presentation for any organization. This awareness session is the first phase in our Behaviour-Based Driver Training Program. The presentation connects the relationship between individual due diligence, vicarious liability and Bill C-45.
It’s your Life to Live is a Driving Awareness/Information presentation. It shows statistical information that supports the fact that motor vehicle incidents are the number one cause of death from age 4 to 34, brain injuries, and spine injuries. This presentation explores how and why incidents happen.
Advantage Fleet Services Inc. (AFSI) has created a complete Towing Light Utility Trailer Course specifically developed for clients who utilize light trailers in their business. This program meets WorkSafe regulation requirements as each individual training module was developed from the OEM manual specific to that piece of equipment. AFSI has built this course in such a way that organizations can have the course customized to meet their specific needs.
This course consists of a classroom and practical application session. Upon completion of this half day course participants will understand how the law relates to a pre-trip inspection and how the pre-trip inspection is an integral part of the paper trail and dove tails into due diligence. Participants will learn the requirements to satisfy the inspection, when to submit inspection reports, and what law enforcement looks for.
When a company vehicle is involved in a motor vehicle incident it is imperative that the organization looks after its own best interests. While the police and insurance companies’ complete investigations for their purposes, your business concerns are not their primary concern. This course teaches the driver the key elements of what and how to collect information at a collision scene.