Fleetworthy Solutions adds online safety training from CarriersEdge

Fleetworthy Solutions adds online safety training from CarriersEdge

Transportation compliance service provider Fleetworthy Solutions has added online safety training from CarriersEdge to its portfolio of technology solutions to help truck fleets and drivers operate safely, efficiently and legally.

“With recent events in the industry, this announcement comes at a crucial time when safety and following protocol is so critical to successful fleet operations and keeping the motoring public safe,” said Michael Precia, president of Fleetworthy Solutions. “Having a tool like this allows carrier fleets to educate their drivers to ensure deliveries reach their destinations with lowered risky driver behavior.”

CarriersEdge courses will be available via Fleetworthy Solutions offerings as augmentations to the DOT Risk Management Bundle.  Users will access the courses through COMPLY 2.0, a fully-managed, cloud-based software platform that the company says is designed to take commercial motor carrier fleets from simply meeting minimum compliance standards to a new level of safety, productivity, and profitability.

“Continuing education is a vital part of an effective safety program,” Precia added. “CarriersEdge has driver training that is effective, convenient and customizable. This is a powerful service we can offer our customer fleets to increase operational safety, mitigate risk and enhance their brand image in the market.”

“We’re delighted to partner with an innovative, forward-thinking transportation-services company like Fleetworthy,” added Jane Jazrawy, chief executive officer of CarriersEdge. “Fleetworthy gives fleets the tools they need to better serve customers while maintaining regulatory compliance. CarriersEdge courses teach drivers not just the rules and regulations but best practices for safety on the road, at the terminal, and at the delivery point. Having well-trained drivers will help Fleetworthy’s customer fleets achieve their goal of aiming higher and of going beyond compliance.”

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