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Safety Management Webinar to Focus on Cost-Cutting Prevention Measures

August 12, 2010

EDEN PRAIRIE, MN - GE Capital Fleet Services will host a free safety management webinar Aug. 17 to examine best practices in safety management and how those measures can deliver fleet cost reduction. The online webinar, which is part of GE's Spotlight Series, will feature Vincent Brigidi, director of commercial operations at The CEI Group, GE Client and Fleet Manager Marilyn Mansell, and Eric Storm, marketing product manager for GE Capital Fleet Services. The webinar will take place from 1-2 p.m. (CDT).

Highlighted topics during the webinar include corporate liability and risk, negligent entrustment, distracted driving and accident prevention, which can affect fleet policies and budgets. Speakers will discuss how they have overcome challenges to implement safety management programs and how those measures have delivered significant cost reductions and safer driver records.

In addition, speakers will offer safety prevention tips and describe how they can be incorporated within risk management solutions.

Participants will be able to interact directly with speakers by submitting questions during the webinar. For further information, email GE Capital Fleet Services at [email protected]

Click here to register.


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