What Does Driver Safety Training Save? (With Sources)

Driver training can save you fuel. Better fuel savings means more safety. And more training leads to better CSA scores.

A great presentation on driver safety training from Don Osterberg of Schneider National inspired many of the points here. Schneider National is one of our biggest clients and partners (you might check out the interview we did with their Director of Driver Training, Alan Weisinger).

You’ll need to register to re-watch the presentation and download the slide deck.

The last chart summarizes research we here at Instructional Technologies, Inc. did about the impact of training on safety and CSA scores. In short, the more training that drivers did per year, the lower that fleet’s CSA scores. The impact of using Pro-TREAD online training was most correlated with the Unsafe Driving BASIC of the CSA score.

Pro-TREAD Pricing to Fit Any Size Fleet

We offer two types of plans:

  • Pay-As-You-Go: Our per-lesson plan means you never pay for more than you use. You give us an idea of how many lessons you want to establish your per-lesson price. If you go over that amount, the overage stays at the same per-lesson price. If you consistently go over, you can expect a phone call from us to lower your per-lesson rate.
  • Unlimited Per-Driver:
  • Your drivers can take as much training as they want, and you pay the same amount per-driver. You will not pay extra with turnover — new drivers replace departed drivers in the system. You commit to one year of training at that number of drivers.

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