NEWARK, DE - Recognizing the need for fleet professionals to have access to a comprehensive collection of current, relevant online resources containing extensive reference materials on a broad range of fleet-related safety topics, Driving Dynamics is pleased to announce the publication of its new FLEET SAFETY LIBRARY and REFERENCE CENTER.
"When we introduced our newly redesigned website in April, we promised our readership that we would add a significant, fleet safety resource tool before the end of this year. I'm happy to announce that we are fully delivering on this promise", states Paull Hubbard, president of DRIVING DYNAMICS. "While there is a modest subscription fee for access to our library, clients of Driving Dynamics will have access to this powerful, new information tool completely cost-free".
The FLEET SAFETY LIBRARY's subject matter experts are constantly searching and updating the library with new content to make sure it contains the latest thinking on a variety of fleet safety categories. It already contains dozens of categories with hundreds and hundreds of reference items. Categories include Automotive Law, Commercial Carriers, Commercial Drivers, Crash Tests, Defensive Driving, Driver Age, Driver Distractions, Driver Drug Testing, Driver DWI, Driver Fatigue, Driver Logs, Driver Manuals, Driver Medical Fitness, Driver MVRs, Driver Rage, Fleet Costs, Fleet Policies, Hazmat Transport, Motor Vehicle Laws, Motorcycle Safety, Pedestrian Safety, Traffic Research, Trucking Safety, Vehicle Accidents, Vehicle Airbags, Vehicle Inspections, Vehicle Maintenance, Vehicle Safety, Vehicle Safety Programs and more.
Information on this new service can be found on the "Resource" page of Driving Dynamics website.
About DRIVING DYNAMICS
Founded in 1987 and headquartered in Newark, Delaware, Driving Dynamics is North America's preferred partner in the field of Advanced Performance, Driver Safety Training and Fleet Risk Management. Its unique and highly effective approach to behind-the-wheel driver education, web-based learning and driver risk management has helped numerous fleet-based organizations achieve very significant reductions in their crash rates. For more information, visit www.drivingdynamics.com.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet