Tenstreet automates driver safety management

A new offering from Tenstreet will automate the driver management process, including the ability for carriers to prepare for the upcoming CSA2010 program

A new offering from Tenstreet will automate the driver management process, including the ability for carriers to prepare for the upcoming CSA2010 program.

The Tenstreet Communication Engine improves communication and compliance at all levels, the company said, while offering flat-rate pricing. The program offers accident response, which automatically enrolls drivers in a specific online safety course based on the type of accident that occurred, schedules and notifies drivers of training courses and dates, tracks the driver’s progress and tests the driver upon completion while producing a DOT-compliant accident registry.

The Engine also provides monthly safety training through web-based video and phone-based training while tracking and testing drivers if desired and updating driver files. In addition, driver orientation determines eligibility for enrollment, schedules sessions, produces all necessary paperwork and maintains driver files. Real-time monitoring is also an option.

“These scenarios are just a small sampling of the services and solutions we now offer the trucking industry,” said Craig Johnson, CEO. “We can provide training content or use the trucking company’s content, or a mixture of the two, to meet the specific requirements of virtually any trucking industry need in the area of human resource management.”

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