Series: Fleet Cars
Modern cars are equipped with built-in safety features that help reduce the severity of injury to passengers in the event of an incident. It is important to be aware of these features, their location and function to ensure you make full use of them and do not impede their operation. Many of these features need to be adjusted to suit each driver. It is important to spend time doing this before driving any vehicle. This driver safety training video snippet explains the location and use of these features. Show Less
To be aware of your braking, speed and stopping distances means you will be a much safer driver. This safety snippet outlines the key components and other factors that affect your ability to stop in time providing you with a better understanding. More importantly, it introduces the '3 Second Rule' and how to use it. Show Less
Fatigue is more than just feeling tired - it can be a state of mental health and/or physical exhaustion. It can be caused by things such as loss of sleep, prolonged mental and physical activity or illness. Fatigue affects a person's judgement and their ability to drive safely. This health and safety training video snippet explains what fatigue is, the causes, the signs and how to address them. Show Less
Loading and unloading a fleet vehicle is a daily task. Lifting items into and out of the car can cause injury or strain if correct manual handling techniques are not used. This safety snippet demonstrates loading and unloading the boot of a car minimising the risk of injury or strain. Important points are shown by a pause in the snippet or a highlight symbol to emphasise key points. Show Less
It is important to conduct a pre-operational check of a fleet car before using it. Pre-op checks help to make sure that the car is safe to use. Pre-operational checks help to identify any unreported damage or features of the car that are not working. This driver safety training video snippet shows a driver conducting a pre-op check. Important points are shown by a pause in the snippet or marked with a symbol to emphasise key points. Show Less
Parking a vehicle is an activity that every driver performs regularly and yet it is also an activity that leads to many minor incidents causing injuries and strains to drivers and damage to vehicles and parking infrastructure. This safety snippet demonstrates some of the key points you should consider as you park to reduce the risk of incidents and injury. Important points are shown by a pause in the snippet or marked with a symbol to emphasise key points. Show Less
It is important to keep a car in good working condition and that requires regular maintenance. This safety training video snippet explains the basic periodic inspection and maintenance required to keep a vehicle running well and in safe order.