How will YOU survive this winter?
Hosted by ITI and ProDrivers
A Winter Season Like No Other
Winter is always a busy season. Winter 2020? It's gonna be a doozy. In addition to the usual shorter days, slicker roads and colder weather, e-commerce experts are already predicting a holiday "Shipageddon," a tidal wave of online orders that will strain every link in the retail supply chain.
Whether your fleet is long-haul or short-haul, heavy-duty or light-duty, delivery or commercial, you need a plan to survive the winter. The good news: we've got one.
Join ITI's Roy Broomfield and ProDrivers' Jim Smith for a hands-on winter safety chat about all the things you need to be thinking about now in order to get through the winter. You'll leave the webinar with practical tips to help you minimize stress and keep your drivers safe during the busy winter season.
What We'll Cover in the Webinar:
- How fleets of all types and sizes can prepare drivers for winter weather, holiday distractions and other hazards of the winter season.
- Why safety needs to be a value, not a priority, if your company really wants to take safety seriously.
- Loads of hands-on safety tips to help you minimize stress, reduce incidents and keep drivers safe during the busy winter season.
- BONUS: Register now and get a free winter driving pre-trip inspection checklist to share with your drivers.
Ready to join us? Of course you are! Complete the registration form on the right to sign up for the webinar and snag your free checklist.
Sign Up and Get a Free Winter Driving Pre-Trip Inspection Checklist
Sign up for the webinar today, and we’ll send you a free winter pre-trip inspection checklist. Print it out and share it with your drivers!
About the Speakers
Roy Broomfield, Senior Training Specialist, ITI
Roy started his career in the transportation industry in England and after obtaining an HGV 1 spent the next 12 years driving commercially across Europe, operating for several large well-known companies moving everything from boats to explosives. In 1998 while looking for opportunities to increase his experience, he was offered a driving position with Schneider and was quickly recruited into their training team, because of his varied experience and background. Over the next 15 years, he had the opportunity to fulfil several training roles at Schneider, finally as a member of the curriculum development team, responsible for over 150 instructors at 17 different training locations across North America.
Since leaving Schneider National, he has held leadership positions at several transportation training providers. These positions have included both the use of simulators and e-learning for driver training as well as instructor led training, before returning to work with Instructional Technologies Inc. in Vancouver, Washington, who he first had the opportunity to work with while at Schneider. When he is not providing training solutions, Roy enjoys the outdoor life, especially mountain biking and traveling with his wife in their RV to find new locations to ride their bicycles.
Jim Smith, VP of Safety, ProDrivers
Jim Smith is Vice President of Safety at ProDrivers. Jim has over 20 years of experience in the field of safety and is among only 2% of transportation safety professionals to hold the nation’s most distinguished safety designation, the Certified Safety Professional.
ProDrivers is a part of the EmployBridge family of specialty companies and has become the nation’s leading provider of professional drivers serving nearly 4,000 clients each year via our 70 plus branch network and on-site locations. We specialize hiring, screening and commercial drivers in local, regional, and OTR truck driving jobs across the country. Through our experience and scope, we are able to provide unsurpassed value to our clients and drivers.
Our clients benefit from experienced teams focused on delivery a unique client experience tailored to meet their specific needs. Our company drivers are at the center of everything we do. We proudly serve their needs, allowing them to be safe and productive on the job.