Trevose, PA, March 1 6, 2012 — The CEI Group, Inc. (CEI) announced today that it has added an online lesson to its DriverCare product line that teaches drivers how to avoid non-accident injuries while using their vehicles.

Entitled, “Vehicle Ergonomics 101,” the 10-minute lesson focuses on techniques that prevent the most common repetitive motion injuries drivers suffer. Among the lesson’s learning points are:

  • The impact of musculo-skeleton injuries in the workplace.
  • How to adjust your driving position for maximum comfort, including adjustments to the seat, headrest,  steering wheel and mirrors.
  • The right way to enter a vehicle, whether it’s a sedan, SUV or truck.
  • The best ways to remove items from the trunk.
  • How to cope with driving fatigue.

The lesson includes a final exam and a downloadable certificate of completion.  It is one of more than online 30 safety  training  lessons for fleet drivers of all kinds of vehicles available through CEI’s DriverCare fleet risk and safety management products.

About The CEI Group, Inc. (CEI)

CEI is a leading provider of technology-enhanced vehicle accident, driver safety and fleet risk management services.  Its provider network consists of some 4,000 collision repair shops in North America, and includes nearly 900 truck collision repair centers.  Its customers include self-insured, commercial, institutional and government fleets, directly and through alliances with fleet leasing companies.  CEI also provides vehicle direct repair program outsourcing to leading property and casualty insurance companies.

Founded in 1983, CEI has headquarters near Philadelphia, PA, and field sales offices in Trevose, PA, Tulsa, OK, and Williamsburg, VA. In 2000, CEI launched the DriverCare™ line of services, which include fleet risk management, MVR ordering and compliance, on-line and behind-the-wheel driver safety training and a safety newsletter. For more information about CEI, visit cei-network.local.

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