Terex adds new driver safety courses

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Terex has added 13 new driver safety courses to its online learning center. Featured above is a Terex Texoma A330 Auger Drill.Terex has added 13 new driver safety courses to its online learning center. Featured above is a Terex Texoma A330 Auger Drill.

Terex added 13 new Driver Safety Training courses for medium-duty utility trucks, part of the company’s online Master Mechanic Learning Center.

These web-based modules provide utility fleet professionals with proactive driver training, including mitigating the risk of driving infractions or collisions before they occur.

The self-paced courses are designed to help participants learn safe driving techniques of Terex aerial devices, digger derricks and auger drills.

“The Terex Driver Safety Training was developed to help utility truck drivers better understand how to proactively prevent collisions, as well as monitor and assess others’ driving behaviors, reduce emissions and manage incidents, if they do occur,” says Jason Julius, technical support and training development, Terex Utilities,

“Each training module takes approximately 15- 20 minutes to complete, and participants can start and stop their training as necessary.”

The 13 Driver Safety Training courses offered by Terex include:

  • Avoiding Animals and Debris
  • Avoiding Crashes
  • Changing Lanes
  • Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration
  • DOT Vehicle Inspections
  • Driving and Adverse Weather
  • Highway Driving
  • Intersections and Right-of-Way
  • Limited Visibility Conditions
  • Proactive Driving
  • Sharing the Road with Others News Release
  • Speed Management
  • Vehicle Backing Safety

The modules engage drivers through a variety of interactive exercises and activities to improve the learning experience.

At the end of each module, drivers are tested for comprehension, and when they pass, they will be presented with a certificate of completion. Work-related motor vehicle crashes are one of the leading causes of workplace fatalities, and crashes cost North American employers billions of dollars each year.

Whether a utility fleet is looking to improve driver safety, lower costs or minimize risk exposure, Terex reports that its Driving Safety Training program is an ideal tool to implement as part of a proactive safety program for new hires, existing drivers and high-risk drivers.

To access the Terex Driver Safety Training courses visit https://www.terex.com/utilities/support/training/operator-safety-training.