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 Quarterly and
Annual Safety Training

 

Our company places the utmost importance on ensuring the safety of both our personnel and the public. This commitment extends to adhering strictly to the guidelines and regulations set forth by esteemed institutions such as the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). To achieve and maintain these high standards of safety and compliance, we have established rigorous annual and quarterly driver training programs. These programs have a specialized focus on Hazmat handling and the operations of safety vehicles, guaranteeing that our drivers are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to handle the complexities and demands of their roles. The primary aim of these training sessions is not just adherence to regulatory norms, but to ensure our drivers are continuously updated with the latest regulations, methodologies, and best practices in vital areas of their profession. Such initiatives underscore our dedication to ensuring the safety of our drivers and the cargo they transport. Moreover, by committing to these training programs, we not only prioritize the safety and well-being of everyone involved but also demonstrate our unwavering resolve to stay compliant with all DOT and FMCSA mandates. This proactive approach ensures that our company remains at the forefront of safety and compliance in the industry.

 Safety And Compliance Begins Here

Our safety training is overseen by a third-party organization certified by the FMCSA to conduct safety exams. To pass, each driver must attain a minimum score of 90-100. Drivers will be promptly notified upon successful completion. This certificate is valid for 12 months.  In the event of safety rule violations, drivers are obligated to retake the course to avoid the suspension of driving privileges.

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Helpful Links

In the ever-evolving world of the trucking industry, access to valuable resources and tools is crucial. At GO Rhino Xpress, we recognize the importance of staying informed and equipped for success.

 

That's why we provide our drivers with a range of helpful links and resources tailored to the trucking industry.

 

From tools like the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) reporting to essential memberships like the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA), and access to reputable load boards such as Land Line Load Board and DAT.

 

We ensure that our team has the right resources at their fingertips to navigate the commercial landscape effectively.

 

These links not only streamline operations but also empower our drivers with the information and support they need to excel in their roles and contribute to our collective success.

Join the Fitness Club

The Importance of Commercial Drivers Joining Fitness Clubs: Exclusive Discounts Through Our Affiliate Program Commercial driving is one of the most physically demanding professions. The sedentary nature of the job, combined with the long hours on the road, can take a toll on a driver's physical and mental health. Therefore, it's crucial for commercial drivers to prioritize their fitness and well-being. Here's why every commercial driver should consider joining a fitness club, especially when there are enticing discounts available through our affiliate program with some of the top fitness centers around the states: Combat the Sedentary Lifestyle: Long hours of sitting can lead to various health issues, such as obesity, cardiovascular diseases, and chronic back pain. Regular exercise can counteract these negative effects by promoting weight loss, improving cardiovascular health, and strengthening the muscles and joints. Stress Reduction: The unpredictability of traffic, tight schedules, and the pressure of ensuring safe deliveries can be stressful. Fitness activities, such as aerobic exercises, yoga, or even just walking, can significantly reduce stress levels by releasing endorphins, the body's natural painkillers and mood elevators. Improved Slee