Exam Topic Areas

Fleet Safety

"Safe vehicle operation is the result of training, skills, planning, and action, not chance. Unfortunately, many companies fail to pay enough attention to the safe operation of motor vehicles.... Companies can control driver error by implementing a program of driver selection, training, and supervision, while vehicle failure can be reduced by a systematic preventive maintenance program. As experience has shown, the unsupervised fleet usually has higher accident costs than the supervised one." — Accident Prevention Manual for Business and Industry: Administration and Programs, NSC Pub.

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References & Notes -

  1. Fleet Safety at Abbott (A)
  2. Guidelines for Employers to Reduce Motor Vehicle Crashes
  3. Why A Traffic Safety Program?
  4. Fleet Safety Management Guidelines
  5. Fleet Safety Management System Guidelines
  6. Fleet Safety Management System Fundamentals
  7. Driver Training, Awareness and Performance
  8. Maintenance Shop Safety
  9. Accident Analysis
  10. Maintenance Programs
  11. Title 49--Transportation
  12. NHTSA Laws and Regulations
  13. Fleet Owner Magazine
  14. Fleet Maintenance Magazine
  15. Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance

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