1. Do the enrolled employees have to be drivers?
No, the enrolled employees do not have to be drivers. They can be dispatchers, part time drivers, mechanics, owners, or anyone you choose.

2. How do I conduct my TowSafe Monthly Meetings?
There are many different ways to conduct your monthly meetings. TowSafe provides you with the materials to help you host your meetings.
A few suggested ways to conduct your meetings are:
a) Let your employees read the content provided by TowSafe before the meeting. During the meeting discuss major topics of concern and elaborate on important safety matters and rules.
b) After reading the content provided by TowSafe hold an open discussion regarding the topics in the articles. Ask your employees about safety problems they may have incurred on the job, and discuss ways to safely resolve these problems.

3. What is considered a passing grade on the quarterly test?
The grading scale for the quarterly tests are upon the employer’s discretion. A helpful tip is to create a standardized grading scale based on pass or fail. (i.e. anyone who scores an 85% or higher will have passed the test. Anyone who scores below an 85% will be subject to retake the test.)

4. Can the quarterly test be an open book test?
The administration and rules of the test is entirely upon the discretion of the employer.

5. Certificate of Achievement
This certificate will be provided by TowSafe for all participants/ employees of the program, upon your company’s yearly renewal. The certificates will be mailed to the company’s owner/manager who will who will then provide the certificates to their employees based on their performance grades.

6. I own a small company, can I still participate in the TowSafe Program?
Yes, we have tiered pricing to accommodate different companies. If your company has at least 5 people, you can join the program. We also suggest including additional companies on your list such as your local fire department, police department as well as other companies you work with, such as car/truck dealerships, repair shops collision and service stations.