ALPHARETTA, GA - AmeriFleet Transportation, the Atlanta-based industry logistics solutions and transportation services provider for the fleet managements and corporate fleet industry, has joined e-RAILSAFE. e-RAILSAFE is the premier Workforce Safety and Security Management program for Class 1 Railroads and the businesses that serve them. 

The e-RAILSAFE program is just one of many procedures AmeriFleet takes to fully screen its employees to meet the company's stringent standards for background checks and safety training. The e-RAILSAFE designation guarantees that AmeriFleet employees working in rail yards have been fully screened for safety and security purposes.  Each year, AmeriFleet transports thousands of vehicles to and from rail yards.

"We pride ourselves on having exceptional employees.  e-RAILSAFE is yet another way to ensure that our customers are being served by the most qualified and credentialed people in the field," said Juan Perez, Vice President of Operations.

To comply with the e-RAILSAFE program, employees must complete a railroad safety training course and railroad security awareness course, acquire a photo identification credential and pass a criminal history check.

e-VERIFILE.COM Inc. developed the e-RAILSAFE program in 2005 after it was selected by several U.S. and Canadian Class 1 Railroads to help augment safety and security at railroad facilities.  Class 1 railroads are designated as the largest freight railroads, as classified by operating revenue.  For more information visit

About AmeriFleet
Founded in 1997, Alpharetta, Ga.-based AmeriFleet Transportation provides total logistics solutions and transportation services to the fleet management and corporate fleet industry.  Through more than 16 company-owned North America locations, AmeriFleet provides the industry's most consistent high-quality transportation and ancillary services to its clients which include some of the largest fleet management/leasing companies and self managed corporate fleets in the U.S. and Canada.  For more information visit


Originally posted on Automotive Fleet