Fuel hauler R.B. Stewart quickly reduces driver hazmat training costs by 75%
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Posted by: Dana Walker
Most driver training for hazardous materials (hazmat) courses is delivered in a passive format
where drivers have to watch a video or listen to someone tell them the information with a PowerPoint.
Studies show the average attention span of adults is around 8.5 seconds, which makes keeping drivers engaged with long videos or instructor-led presentations difficult if not impossible. Another downside is that videos or presentations do not allow drivers to quickly search for content on demand.
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