- Report: #846396
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Complaint Review: CR England
CR England terminated Post accident retraining Fatigue Management. Red Flag Management. Internet
*Author of original report: Thanks
*General Comment: Hey Dad
*Author of original report: To Employee
*UPDATE Employee: info
*Author of original report: To employer
*Consumer Suggestion: A Trainer ????
*UPDATE Employee: Question for concerned father
off road his trainer even wanted the things CR England says they will do to work
for him so he could continue with their company this is the first company
that I have ever seen that does not hold the trainer partially
responsible for things that happen to trainees.
Post accident retraining. When C.R. England truck
drivers are involved in an accident, they receive additional training to
reduce future risk. Immediately after an accident, the driver is
dispatched to Salt Lake City for a competency assessment by the Safety
Retaining Manager including a full evaluation of the drivers risk
behaviors and hands-on training to correct poor performance. The
retraining process typically takes 24 hours to complete. On average, 25
drivers are terminated each month by not meeting suitable performance
standards set by the Safe Driving Department.
He was not gave this option after accident
Fatigue Management. Fatigue is the leading
contributor to critical crash accidents. The objective of our Fatigue
Management program is to prevent major accidents such as those caused by
failing to yield, leaving the highway, and inattention. From 12
midnight to 8 a.m., the Fatigue Manager monitors activity of hundreds of
trucks and identifies those who may not be fully alert. Our fatigue
policy, Drivers should not operate during 12 midnight and 6 a.m. unless
their load requires it is strictly enforced. The implementation of the
Fatigue Program has significantly reduced accidents during these risky
He drove all night every night while on truck
Red Flag Management. Our Red Flags system is
intended to identify risky truck drivers. Red flags are assigned to
drivers who leave the highway for an undetermined reason, receive moving
violations and/or call-in complaints, perform a rapid deceleration,
etc. Truck drivers who accumulate red flags receive progressive
discipline including additional training to correct the risky behavior.
If their behavior is not changed after training and discipline, Red
Flags are used to support disqualification and the dismissal of the
driver from the company.
He ran off road this did not happen
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/29/2012 06:14 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/CR-England/internet/CR-England-terminated-Post-accident-retraining-Fatigue-Management-Red-Flag-Management-I-846396. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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