Trailer Doors Seem Safe
Trailer doors seem simple enough, right? Yet they take and deliver the most damage, either because they're not secured before backing or because the wind takes them, or cargo falls against them.
It can lead to banging the door against the dock, crashing into the driver, or worse. Expensive damage or injuries can result, which is why injury prevention training is so essential.
This new lesson — Safe Operation of Trailer Doors — focuses on trailer door safety, and all that entails.
Getting Into and Out of Trailers
In addition to learning how to do a pre-trip inspection of trailer doors, your truck drivers will learn how to safely climb into and out of trailers. For delivery vehicles and box trucks that make a lot of stops, they may be equipped with a ladder, fold-out stairs or lift gate. Or your driver may be delivering to a place without a dock.
Safe Operation of Trailer Doors
Overhead or Roll Up Doors
Pre- and Post Trip on a Roll Up
Operation of a Roll Up Door
Closing an Overhead Door
Climbing onto the ICC Bumper
Climbing into a Trailer Safely
Climbing Out of a Trailer Safely
Pre- and Post-Trip on Swing Doors
Opening a Swing Door Safely
Closing a Swing Door Safely
Preventing a Swing Door Collision