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Advancing Safety Through Technology

Programming Safety into Every Mile

By Nicholas Will

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Extending Service Intervals

Increase Uptime by Extending Service Intervals

By Crystal Jeffers

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Driver Safety

Raising the Bar for Driver Safety
How to Improve Safety with Coaching, Digital Tools, and Programming

By Crystal Jeffers

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Customer Visits during COVID-19

We are leveraging technology to support and communicate with our customers. If you need us, we will be there. Period. Your business is our business. Thank you for what you do for the community. Be safe and God bless America.

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Idealease Safety Bulletin - Warning Devices During Breakdowns

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Proactive vs. Reactive Safety and Loss Control Program...

Proactive vs.

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Food Safety and Transportation

Food Safety and Transportation

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Heat and Tires

Heat and Tires

 A very famous tire engineer once stated, “Heat is to tires as Kryptonite is to Superman”…in other words, its worst enemy. Taken all together, hot summer temperatures, under inflated tires, heavy loads, and traveling at high speeds and you have a recipe for tire disaster….that is exactly why you see more alligators on the highway in the summer season. During the winter or spring months, a tire that was being run under inflated would have heat buildup that would dissipate into the atmosphere as the ambient temperature is cold.

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Protect Your Employees from Heat

The Heat is On!

This crazy weather continues this year and the Heat is setting record temperatures across North America.
 
What Are You Doing to Protect Your Employees from Heat Stroke and Exhaustion?

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Hands-Free Cellphone Use: A Dangerous Distraction

There are several types of driver distraction:

  • Visual – takes your eyes off the road. This can include looking for something in the vehicle, electronic devices or reading advertising along the road.
  • Manual – takes your hands off the wheel. Smoking, eating and drinking in the vehicle are common manual distractions.
  • Auditory – keeps you from hearing important sounds from outside the vehicle.
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