A DVIR form is a formal record that confirms that a commercial vehicle has been inspected before a driver takes it out on the road. While many have become accustomed to the paper-based DVIR form, it is an ineffective and inefficient format. Here is why sticking with the paper-based DVIR form could be costing you more than you realize.
As the owner or operator of a transportation-focused business, you are likely counting the days until your company completes the transition from paper DVIR to digital DVIR. From increased efficiency to improved compliance with key regulations, this offers a host of advantages that will help you promote safety and improve your bottom line. However, procedural changes are not always easy for employees, and you may need to take some special measures to ensure a smooth transition to digital DVIR. Below are seven steps to help you prepare your drivers for these new technologies.