New Hire Training With Schneider

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Francis F.'s Comment
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Flew into Chicago Sunday March 27th and started Schneider Inter modal training Monday. Training days are 7:30 - 16:30 every day. Of course we learned about the Schneider company and their Safety first culture. We were also introduced to prep trip and TIV inspections, coupling/decoupling, and brake checks. ELD and paper logging was discussed and we received our fuel cards. There was a considerable amount of CBT as well as a day on the truck for a briefing on inspections and coupling/decoupling, etc. The week ended with a very detailed safety brief that reinforced Schneider's core value.

For anyone looking to start with a company that values their employees and their safety, Schneider is my recommendation. I have two more weeks f training. A week of yard training with some road work, then a final week transporting loads with a trainer. More to come next week.

Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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Flew into Chicago Sunday March 27th and started Schneider Inter modal training Monday. Training days are 7:30 - 16:30 every day. Of course we learned about the Schneider company and their Safety first culture. We were also introduced to prep trip and TIV inspections, coupling/decoupling, and brake checks. ELD and paper logging was discussed and we received our fuel cards. There was a considerable amount of CBT as well as a day on the truck for a briefing on inspections and coupling/decoupling, etc. The week ended with a very detailed safety brief that reinforced Schneider's core value.

For anyone looking to start with a company that values their employees and their safety, Schneider is my recommendation. I have two more weeks f training. A week of yard training with some road work, then a final week transporting loads with a trainer. More to come next week.

Super excited for you on this, Francis!

I'm still not so clear on the 'short' trucks; as I mentioned in your other thread, however. If you could post a photo, it'd be awesome; if you're not allowed, that's fine too.

There are SO many threads regarding cooking in the truck, that I'm SURE you could accommodate some small cooker type thingy. Susan D. (who drives/drove) for WST (WestSide Transport) had some AWESOME cooking tips! Look up her diaries, if you get time.

I'm following, good sir. Glad to have you share your journey, here on Trucking Truth!

Thanks!!

~ Anne ~

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Mohamed M.'s Comment
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How's things are going for you now with Schnider?

Flew into Chicago Sunday March 27th and started Schneider Inter modal training Monday. Training days are 7:30 - 16:30 every day. Of course we learned about the Schneider company and their Safety first culture. We were also introduced to prep trip and TIV inspections, coupling/decoupling, and brake checks. ELD and paper logging was discussed and we received our fuel cards. There was a considerable amount of CBT as well as a day on the truck for a briefing on inspections and coupling/decoupling, etc. The week ended with a very detailed safety brief that reinforced Schneider's core value.

For anyone looking to start with a company that values their employees and their safety, Schneider is my recommendation. I have two more weeks f training. A week of yard training with some road work, then a final week transporting loads with a trainer. More to come next week.

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