New Drivers Receive Hands-On Training and Orientation

Action Resources has one of the top orientation programs in the industry. We’re serious about preparing each new driver for the job ahead and we pride ourselves on top quality training.  Our intense orientation program consists of in-depth classroom training along with time on our fully equipped training range that helps ensure that every driver will have everything needed to succeed.

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The Action Resources orientation curriculum includes training in Hazardous Materials, CSA, MCP, Safety, FMCSA and OSHA regulations, Infiniti, Qualcomm operation and paperwork processes. The training helps new drivers acclimate to our unique culture while preparing them for real-world experiences.

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Action Resources drivers will receive full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and complete training with loading and unloading evaluation at our facility in Hanceville, Alabama. 

A driver prepares to unload a tanker using air pressure on the Action Resources training range in Hanceville, Alabama. Using air pressure or a mechanical pump, drivers learn to transfer liquid from one tank to another simulating how they will transfer product to our customers. 

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Drivers study the various types of loading / unloading connections at the tanker training mock up table.

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Trainees use actual working (Qualcomm) MCP units in real world situations, while Instructor Ted Launsby dispatches from his Laptop. Sending and receiving information with dispatch and interacting with electronic log books is emphasized to the class to ease the transition to their assigned terminal and sign into their truck for the first time.

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Instructor Ted Launsby directs a walk-through of loading / unloading procedures.

An Action Resources driver can expect to receive classroom and hands on training.

Action Resources drivers in full PPE during final evaluation of off-loading procedures.

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