Tenstreet LLC, which specializes in software that helps fleets recruit, hire and retain drivers, has launched a new service aimed at automating and streamlining the driver management process. 

Known as the Tenstreet Communication Engine, the new service is claimed to help trucking companies to improve all levels of communication and compliance at an affordable, flat-rate price. The company says it will especially benefit carriers preparing for the safety policies, practices and procedures of the upcoming CSA 2010 (Comprehensive Safety Initiative) program.

Its capabilities include an accident registry where entries can automatically enrol drivers in specific online safety courses (depending on what type of accident occurred), schedule the training courses, notify the driver of training dates, display the courses online, track his progress, test him upon completion, store his test in the driver’s online document file, and notify the safety director that the driver has completed the course, as well as produce a DOT-compliant accident registry.

The system will automatically determine eligible drivers and initiate necessary monthly training – both web- and phone-based training — then track which drivers have satisfactorily completed the course(s), test them (if desired), and update driver files when the process is done. 

In terms of driver orientation, the system will automatically determine eligibility for enrolment, schedule sessions via the web, produce all orientation paperwork electronically, stream all necessary videos, store and maintain driver files online, and notify management once it’s all finished.

Tenstreet says it can provide training content or use the trucking company’s own, or a mixture of the two, to meet the specific requirements of virtually any industry need in the area of human resource management.

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