Client ROI – Solutions Unique to Their Needs

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Online Services
PLUS
RMS has licensed the Vertical Alliance online training and testing platform in order
to offer our clients high quality web-based training and support. With over 120 video
modules, this training program has been proven to deliver a solid return on
investment through reduced operating cost and improved efficiency.
Road Accident Prevention Subjects in this section address specific hazards
encountered while on the road, and provide specific
guidance with regards to accident prevention
Load Management Cargo Securement
Hazmat Subjects in this section address important load
management practices, including the loading of
various types of trailers, cargo securement, and
Hazmat.
Vehicle Handling and Upkeep -
Driving Practices -
This section covers proper inspection, operation,
and driver maintenance of the commercial vehicle
physical equipment and pre/post trip Inspections.
This section deals with the driving practices of
drivers actively involved in the operation of a
commercial vehicle.
Roadside Inspections -
Accident Response -
This series of videos can help your drivers learn
what to expect from roadside inspections and how
they should respond to the inspection officer. Your
drivers will learn how they can promote a positive
outcome.
In this video, drivers learn how they should
respond immediately following an accident, and
what they can do to promote the most positive
outcomes possible.
Component Inspections -
Safe Lifting -
A thorough pre and post trip component inspection
can prevent costly breakdowns, save lives, and
impact your company's bottom line.
Proper equipment and techniques are critical
when lifting and stacking cargo to prevent injury.
Accident Free Truck Driving -
Compliance, Safety, Accountability -
Based on The National Safety Council Defensive
Driving Course, this video series is excellent for
orientation training.
The FMCSA continues to fine-tune the CSA
program as a result of public and industry input.
Modules are updated on an ongoing basis to keep
drivers and management informed of current
initiatives.
In addition to Infinit-i, Burnett has added our collection of training material, including
the Accident Free Truck Driving orientation series.
Backing and Docking -
Making Right Turns -
Emphasizes the fact that backing a vehicle is the most difficult truck
driving skill. Discusses the slow-encroachment-backing crash in
which a truck backs into a loading lock, sign, vehicle, other object, or
person. Also, the into-the-traffic crash in which a truck backs into a
roadway and is struck by another moving vehicle.
Covers procedures for reducing the likelihood of becoming
involved in a right turn accident.
Adverse Conditions -
Specialized Carrier Cargo Securement Series -
Discusses truck crash involvement associated with weather and
adverse conditions. Reinforces the safety practices used to drive
and work in inclement weather. Describes certain hazards
associated with various driving conditions, including rain, fog,
construction, darkness, and mountain-roads. Also covers the
dangers of hydroplaning and the importance of extreme defensive
driving skills.
Discusses rules that require all devices and systems used to
secure cargo to be capable of meeting the performance criteria.
All vehicle structures, systems, parts and components used to
secure cargo must be in proper working order when used to
perform that function with no damaged or weakened components
that could adversely affect their performance.
Driving in the City -
Hazardous Conditions -
Describes the potential hazards and dangers of dense traffic and
rush hours. Emphasizes things for which to scan when driving in the
city, proper lane usage, and stopping in traffic.
Reinforces the safety practices used to drive and work in
hazardous conditions and adverse driving conditions.
Interstate Driving -
Driver Fatigue -
Discusses following distances, entering and exiting the interstate,
proper lane changes, work zones, and the importance of leaving an
out.
Covers the two primary sleep stages and healthy sleep.
Emphasizes the importance of keeping a regular sleep schedule
and getting enough quality sleep to avoid fatigue.
Stopping on Shoulders -
Following Too Closely -
Discusses this present road safety hazard for truckers and the
public. Points out the hazards associated with stopping on
shoulders and safety tips.
Defines rear end crashes as a result of following too closely,
driving too fast for conditions, and misjudgment of gap or other’s
speed. Also, countermeasures to prevent RE crashes through
driver training.
Each driver
is assigned
a user
name and
Password.
Infinit-i User Card Example
PLUS
Terry Burnett
Go To: http://burnett.infinit-i.net
Username:
tburnett
Click on: Training Center
Password:
terry
Call 888-497-7564 for assistance.
(Front View)
(Back View)
The user can click on the
Resources tab to visit the
resource library.
Or watch a video from
the Assignment Menu.
Newsletters,
forms, and
other printed
material can be
accessed from
the resources
library.
New hires are assigned to the Orientation Training
group for initial training.
Then drivers are moved to the Company Training
group to receive companywide training
assignments.
Videos
assigned to
the user will
be listed here.
Details of the
training module
are shown here.
Drivers are placed in the Performance Improvement group when behavior
modification is required. We will help select the appropriate training
modules to address your drivers’ performance issues.
Drive r:
BASIC 1 - UNSAFE DRIVING
Speeding
Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device
Following Too Close
Improper Lane Change
Improper Passing
Improper Turn
Failure to Yield
Failure to Use Caution for Hazardous Conditions
Radar Detector
Failure to Use Hazard W arning Flashers
Failure to Use Seatbelt
Unauthorized Passenger
BASIC 2 - FATIGUED DRIVING
Operating a CMV W hile Ill or Fatigued
Driving After Being Placed Out of Service
State or Local H.O.S. Violations
BASIC 3 - DRIVER FITNESS
Multiple CDL's
Failure to Comply with an Out-Of-Service Order
Operating an Out-Of-Service Vehicle
Failure to Notify Carrier of Conviction W ithin 30 Days
Driving W ithout Transferring Valid Operators License
Driving W hile Disqualified
Driving W ithout a CDL
Failure to Prepare Annual Violation List
No Medical Certificate in Possession
False Medical Certificate
Expired Medical Certificate
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The video can be paused & restarted during playback.
After the video is completed, the quiz will begin.
If the user does not pass the quiz, the entire video must be watched again.
You determine the necessary percentage of correct answers to pass.
We generate Mid-Month and End Of the Month completion reports,
broken down by driver and module for Orientation and Company
Training groups.
Client ROI – Solutions Unique to Their Needs
"We started with Infinit-i™ in 2008, and our fuel economy was at 6.1
MPG. In 2009 we improved to 6.5 MPG and we started 2010 at 6.9
MPG. By training, counseling and continually working with our
drivers…the efficiency of operation saves them and/or the company
money, everyone profits as a result of those efforts, and the job gets
easier."
- Jack Curry, Safety Director
American Central Transport (A.C.T)
Liberty, Missouri 64069
Savings for ACT
2008 vs 2009 = $1.4 Million
2009 vs 2010 = $1.3 Million
Based on $4.00 per gallon of gas and 300 Trucks
Client ROI – Solutions Unique to Their Needs
“The formalization of our OS&D (Overages Shortages & Damage)
process and procedures including the proper checking and reporting
of temperature controlled shipments, the increased effort to
properly secure the freight and an enhanced monitoring of OS&D
incidents has allowed SRT to reduce its OS&D expenses. This has
produced a dollar reduction of over 75% for OS&D expenses from
2008 to 2009.”
Jim Dodd – CFO
Southern Refrigerated Transport
During a 2012 Infinit-i webinar, Vern Edwards, Director of
Safety at Paramount Transportation Logistics (and
subsidiaries) shared how his company has utilized Infinit-i
and the results thus far.
They use Infinit-i to distribute the company newsletter, perform accident
follow-up, post-violation response, as well as proactive behavior
modification. He has been very pleased by the response from drivers and
operations personnel. He mentioned that the drivers feel more connected
to the company and many have made the training a family affair. Vern
credits the Infinit-i program as a major factor in reducing driver turnover.
We went from a 172% turnover rate to a 92% turnover rate in one year
The math is simple roughly $600 a day revenue lost for every day a truck
sits empty without a driver, Now that is a ROI not to overlook!!
Vern Edwards
Director of Safety
One of the companies is based in Colorado and has been through an
intervention and Compliance Review. Vern stated that Infinit-i is a critical
component in the Safety Management Cycle. They now require shop,
dispatch, and sales personnel to participate in the training and results are
monitored by all departments. He believes this has reduced the amount of
“finger pointing” within the company.
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Over 120 modules that focus on accident prevention, FMCSA Compliance, and improving driver
performance
Includes Accident Free Truck Driving Orientation Training, roadside inspections, load securement,
lane changes, and accident scene procedures
Modules covering changes or updates to the CSA initiative and how this affects drivers
Introducing a new series on reducing fuel consumption - both Southern Refrigerated Transport
and American Central Transport have documented significant improvement in fuel efficiency after
introducing these training modules to their drivers
We will:
Analyze Vigillo reports and insurance company loss runs (when available) on a monthly basis and
prioritize training schedule
Set up login for all employees and coordinate employee changes
Develop and maintain monthly training assignments
Manage Performance Improvement module assignments
Provide monthly reports outlining assigned modules, completed modules, and test scores for each
employee
Our online training program pays for itself through improved efficiency and reduced operating cost

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