Rollovers don’t just happen they're almost always a result of mistakes made by the driver such as going too fast around a bend, or having a load shift because it was not secured correctly. No matter the reason, rollovers are a black eye for the driver and the company.

Whether triggered by anti-rollover technology, or too many hard brakes on curves, "near miss" training shows your fleet's commitment to safety. Convenient online training from ITI can help prevent rollovers and reduce injuries and lawsuits following a rollover incident. 

Lessons can be assigned in just a few clicks with ITI's Sentix learning management system (LMS). Use the recommended courses below, or create a custom training track from ITI’s more than 150 courses.

Rollover Prevention and Post-Incident Training

Rollovers -Suggested Courses:

Rollover Prevention
Tanker Rollover
Speed Management
Visual Search
PRO-DEFENSE: Speed Management
IBT Speed Management

Rollover Prevention
This lesson reviews what causes a rollover and how this type of accident can be avoided. Topics covered include:

  • Different types of rollovers
  • Factors that cause rollovers
  • How to take ramps and curves
  • How to handle high-center-of-gravity loads
  • What is speed adaption and how to recognize it


Tanker Rollover

Drivers learn techniques for preventing tanker rollover including pre-trip, post-trip, and en-route inspection procedures.


Speed Management

Speed is almost always a factor in rollovers. Knowing how to manage speed and choose the right speed for the conditions can give the driver time to take appropriate action to avoid a collision. In this lesson, the driver improves their understanding of:

  • How to choose the right speed speed for the conditions
  • Traction and poor road conditions
  • How to deal with aggressive drivers
  • Managing hills and curves

Visual Search
The best way to avoid hazards is to constantly assess the environment using visual search techniques. This lesson reviews effective scanning patterns, how to adjust mirrors and use them properly, visual lead time for city streets, rural roads and highways and other topics.


Driver Distractions

According to AAA, drivers make up to 100 decisions per mile, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports distractions and inattentive driving play a part in one out of every four motor vehicle incidents. This lesson identifies different types of driver distractions, how to minimize them, and the consequences of distracted driving.

 

Corrective Training Reduces Liability After a Rollover

It only take s a few seconds to assign corrective training to the driver and reduce your liability with ITI's Learning Management System. Choose one or more Incident-Based Training (IBT) courses from our list and assign to your driver(s) in just a few clicks.

Drivers can complete their training anywhere they have internet. Each lesson is short (5-7 minutes) and focuses on important details to help the driver avoid similar incidents in the future.
Contact a safety training expert to learn more or request a demo.


Training for Drivers in the Oil and Gas Industry

In addition to the courses above, ITI has several standard courses for fleets that serve the oil and gas transportation industry including: 

  • GHS, Spill Response
  • Tanker Pre-Trip
  • Tanker PPE
  • and a variety of Hazmat courses

Any course can also be modified based on the custom needs of your fleet. Contact us for more information.

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