At NBIS, we don’t just believe in driver training. We invest in it.
Using proprietary claims data, we’ve developed one of the most comprehensive online driver training programs available today. Moreover, designed by some of the country’s foremost transportation experts, the NBIS Online Driver Training Module is specifically formulated for drivers operating mobile cranes, heavy haul tractors, and concrete pump trucks. This comprehensive program targets the most common high-risk driving situations and behaviors and gives practical ways to deal with and avoid them.
We’re truly looking to eradicate high-risk behaviors through training, and the release of our new online driver training earlier this month further illustrates our commitment to identifying the most common high-risk driving situations and developing ways to deal with and avoid them.
For mobile crane drivers, concrete pump truck operators, and heavy haul tractor drivers, we now offer six customized courses:
- Distracted Driving
- Changing Lanes Safely
- Right-Hand Turns
- Stopping Distance
- Backing Safely
- Compliance Safety Accountability
The new content includes a wealth of member benefits:
- Updates based on proprietary claims data to the current road hazards faced by these unique industries.
- Training designed by NBIS Risk Management experts, which invokes a reduction in the deductible for a trained driver involved in an accident (based on NBIS coverage purchased—discuss with your agent for more details).
- Available 24/7.
- Full tracking and reporting.
- Trains employees to be aware of the hazards associated with their vehicle.
- Customized to the type of vehicle your employees drive.
- Program enrollment is required by the policyholder to access courses.
- All training is accessed from the NBIS RMSS platform (other online training offered as a policyholder benefit).
To defend your company in litigation, you will be asked to show you train, and document that training. Our Learning Management System provides this level of documentation.
For enrollment or more details, contact NBIS Risk Management at 877-860-RMSS (7677) or email RiskManagement@nbis.com.