Whether it’s transporting materials and tools to worksites, hauling goods for deliveries, or driving to meet clients—organizations of all sizes and industries rely on safe, functioning vehicles for business operations.
We’re here to not only make sure our clients are protected when the unthinkable happens, but to also help our customers to look at their unique business operations and practices to identify opportunities to make safety and operational improvement, and manage overall risk.
This guide is designed to provide motor carriers and drivers with an introduction to the concepts of preventability analysis and accident countermeasures as determined by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). No two accidents are alike, but the heart of accident analysis is the same: determination of preventability.
Additional guides and resources below include:
- Transportation Insurance: Commercial Driver Hiring and Onboarding Toolkit
- Fleet Cost Containment Strategies from a Leading Fleet Insurance Company
- Commercial Auto Accident Reporting Form
- Fleet Safety Program: Reducing Motor Vehicle Accidents in the Workplace
- DOT New Entrant Safety Audit Checklist
- Preventive Maintenance Program Guide and Toolkit: Commercial Fleets
Transportation Insurance: Commercial Driver Hiring and Onboarding Toolkit
It’s no surprise that putting more drivers on the road is the best way to increase capacity, but carriers need to make sure they hire talented, qualified drivers. Even during the current driver shortage, onboarding a single inexperienced
or incompetent employee can expose you to costly fines, crashes and a tarnished reputation. This transportation insurance toolkit includes forms, checklists, and other materials that can help to screen a new driver and ensure that all applicable records are in order.
Accident Reporting Form
A commercial auto collision can be a stressful experience for everyone involved. It can be easy to feel overwhelmed and confused after a collision, but it is important that you stay calm. Use this form to learn what to do following an accident and what types of information to record.
Actively Preventing and Mitigating Risk
We get to know your specific situation to build trust, provide protection, and actively prevent and mitigate risk to control costs and plan for what's to come.