Instructional Technologies, Inc. and SambaSafety Close The Loop on Unsafe Driver Behavior

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With Instructional Technologies, Inc. training added to the SambaSafety roster of services, fleet customers can improve safety, reduce risk and limit liability

ITI offers a Slips, Trips and Falls lesson explaining the three points of contact getting in and out of the truck

This partnership will reduce the time gap between when a company learns there's a safety problem and when they take action to stop it.

Instructional Technologies Inc. (ITI), providers of training solutions for the transportation industry, and SambaSafety, the market leader in mobility risk data solutions, today announced a partnership that will enable customers to evaluate driver performance, identify safety issues and quickly limit risk through effective, targeted training.

“SambaSafety has built a strong system for evaluating driver performance,” said Marius Karoy, chief business officer of ITI. “This partnership will reduce the time gap between when a company learns there's a safety problem and when they take action to stop it. We're very excited to be working with SambaSafety. We've admired them for a number of years, and now our collective monitoring, training and recordkeeping capabilities will help companies improve safety and limit risk and liability.”

The ITI and SambaSafety partnership provides companies with a one-stop solution for using a custom selection of PRO-TREAD courses along with ITI’s Sentix Pro Learning Management System. The training packages and courses for commercial drivers include:

Hazmat/Tanker + Drug and Alcohol CH

  • Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse - What Drivers Need to Know
  • Hazmat Communication Rules
  • Hazmat Driving and Parking Rules
  • Hazmat Loading and Placarding
  • Hazmat Security Awareness
  • Tanker PPE
  • Tanker Pre-Trip
  • Tanker Rollovers

Defensive Driving

  • Defensive Driving
  • Driver Distractions
  • Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse - What Drivers Need to Know
  • DVIR Pre/Post Trip Inspections
  • Fatigue Management
  • Hazard Awareness
  • Hours of Service
  • Slips, Trips and Falls

“By using our data and ITI’s PRO-TREAD online training,” said Steve Bryan, executive vice president and general manager of transportation for SambaSafety, “our customers can quickly close the loop on unsafe driver behavior and safety improvement. We help clients spot safety problems and with ITI’s high quality content, accessible technology, and effective support they can fix them. This partnership is poised for success and we're looking forward to expanding our relationship in the future.”

About SambaSafety
Since 1998, SambaSafety continues to be the pioneer and leading North American provider of cloud-based mobility risk management software solutionsfor organizations with commercial and non-commercial drivers. Through the collection, correlation and analysis of driver information, SambaSafety helps employers identify high-risk drivers and enforce safety policies; insurers to make informed decisions; and background screeners to perform accurate, efficient pre-hire checks. Learn more at

About Instructional Technologies, Inc.
Founded in 1995 and based in Vancouver, Washington, Instructional Technologies Inc. (ITI) is the leading provider of online training to the transportation industry. The company’s commitment to training is based on the principles of mastery learning, accurate and automated record keeping, and up-to-date information that ensure personnel have been effectively trained and detailed records kept. ITI makes fleets and warehouses safer and more profitable through its large PRO-TREAD® library, On Ramp™ ELDT (Entry Level Driver Training) for CDL schools, and its Sentix® learning management system. Transportation and logistics companies choose ITI because of its automated learning management system, custom training capabilities, flexible lesson methodologies, and engaging 3D animations that improve retention, ensure subject matter mastery and lower the total cost of training. For more information, please visit

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