More than a quarter of all work-related fatalities occur in occupations that require driving, or the transportation of goods, making the need for defensive driving skills clear. To avoid injury, or worse, death, drivers need to understand what defensive driving means and what unique challenges a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) driver faces. Even if you’re a veteran driver, you need to avoid becoming complacent.
Defensive driving begins with the principle that you can avoid being the cause of an accident and avoid an accident caused by another driver’s actions. Defensive driving involves intentionally driving in such a way as to reduce the risk of an accident.
JJ Keller designed this program to help drivers develop their defensive driving skills. Specifically, it offers up best practices on how to anticipate the potential for danger and avoid it.
After this course, a worker should understand:
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