AUGUST 13, 2019 – Advanced Driver Training Services (ADTS), a leading provider of driver-safety training services and products since 1983, is offering a bimonthly driver-safety publication that helps organizations prevent fleet driver crashes, reducing the associated costs and liability while protecting employees.
The OnRoads driver-safety publication is designed to reinforce proven safety concepts and deliver best practices and practical tips to business drivers. It’s ideal to deliver as a follow-up and reinforcement to other training initiatives, such as classroom and online safety programs, so that driver safety isn’t forgotten. By keeping driver safety top-of-mind with fleet drivers, OnRoads can help ensure they don’t overlook safety in the midst of meeting other business objectives.
Published for over 30 years, OnRoads is a four-page periodical available in both print and electronic formats. The topical subject matter dives deep into the real-world issues facing today’s business drivers, as they contend with evolving vehicle technologies, changing traffic laws, and cultural pressures that can impact safety. Providing fleet drivers with safety content six times a year supports an overall safety culture and helps demonstrate the organization’s due diligence in protecting fleet drivers and reducing their risk of a crash.
The OnRoads pricing structure makes it cost-effective to purchase a subscription for every driver in a fleet, no matter how large or small. “If OnRoads can help an organization prevent just one crash each year, the avoided costs will pay for the subscription many times over,” says ADTS President Karl New.
For more information about the ADTS OnRoads bimonthly driver-safety publication, contact Mark Giangrasso, director of sales & marketing, at 1-800-486-ADTS ext. 5205 or email@example.com.
ADTS is a leading provider of driver-safety training services and products that include a full-day Driver Skill Enhancement program (combining classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction), one-to-one training for high- and medium-risk drivers, seminars, post-incident coaching and other consulting services, online training, and the OnRoads bimonthly driver safety magazine.