Using Virtual Tools to Create a Safer Reality for Utility Fleets

Safe employees are happier, have greater rates of productivity, are more supportive of clients and contribute to the bottom line. For companies with vehicle fleets, this includes employees who drive commercial vehicles.


Virtual training is delivered via online modules that engage drivers in a variety of interactive exercises and activities.

Bill Doman, department head at ARI, contributed his knowledge and experience to this Utility Fleet Management article, which states that a better-educated driver is arguably a safer, more alert and more defensive driver.

“A balanced training approach will include an assortment of classroom, behind-the-wheel and virtual methodology,” Doman said. “We’re finding that an increasing number of fleet owners are taking a fresh look at how they train their drivers to determine where virtual modules can be a good fit.”

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