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As a driver, your employer provides you with a vehicle that is specially equipped for the job. If you work in an area with winter conditions, and you’re vehicle has Onspot Automatic Tire chains installed, education and best use practices are very important.
Onspot Automatic Tire chains are designed to provide your truck or bus with instant traction, even in the most challenging winter conditions. With the Onspot, you no longer have to worry about manually installing and removing traditional snow chains. At the touch of a button, you can activate the Onspot system and ensure that you reach your destination safely and on time, without ever having to leave the warmth and comfort of the cab.
However, when you are new to a job, it is natural to feel a bit overwhelmed and unsure about how to use new equipment. Even though the Onspot automatic tire chains are a simple and reliable system, there are a few important things to remember. We understand this from our conversations with experienced users over the years.
That is why we have developed an online e-training system specifically for Onspot users. The Onspot e-training platform is conveniently accessible on our home page at onspot.com. Simply click on the e-training option in the navigation menu, log in, and you will have immediate access to a comprehensive training program designed to familiarize you with all aspects of using and maintaining your Onspot automatic tire chains. Our e-training program, aptly named the "Operating Onspot automatic tire chains," covers everything you need to know to ensure optimal performance and longevity of your Onspot system.
By completing all the training units in the module, you will not only enhance your knowledge and understanding of the Onspot automatic tire chains, but also receive a certificate as a testament to your new expertise. This certificate can serve as a valuable credential, showcasing your commitment to safety and professionalism as a driver.
So, whether you are a seasoned driver looking to refresh your knowledge or a newly hired employee eager to learn, our Onspot e-training platform is here to support you every step of the way.
The link below will take you directly to the e-training platform. Click on it now to become an even better driver.
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Here in the States the shift from the fall season toward the winter season has started and it won’t be long until many places are blanketed in snow. For the rescue driver this is also a time of shift in preparation and renewed focus on the job at hand. The priorities are always the same; the safe transport of patients and EMTs with a focus on quick response time. During the winter months these goals never change but the methods and practices implemented by the rescue driver do.