Creating a Driver Safety Culture

Creating a Safety Culture

Find out how driver monitoring can reduce accidents, save organizations money, and protect the people and communities you serve.

 

 

 

 

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The path to a thriving business has to be navigated safely – in more ways than one. Whether your drivers use company vehicles or their own, they can create liabilities, complexity, and unforeseen expenses.

The numbers don’t lie: Driver monitoring can reduce accidents, save organizations money, and protect the people and communities you serve.

An organizational culture of safety, where drivers and leadership are invested in success, can be the best complement to monitoring technology. Only when all parties are committed can organizations truly alter their safety outcomes.

In our free white paper, “Creating a Safety Culture,” we’ll show you:

  • Leadership’s responsibility in setting the tone – not just policy
  • How to address the legal complexities of drivers and fleets
  • How to use safety-related data to create organizational change
  • 10 questions to ask of your driver safety policy

The Economic Impact of Crashes

$242B

Costs of motor vehicle crashes in 2010

94%

of crashes are the result of human behavior

$57.6B

Lost workplace productivity costs