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Using Driver Profiling to Keep Your Fleet Safe

April 24, 2012

TORRANCE, CA – Identifying at-risk drivers is one strategy that can help predict and prevent at-fault crashes before they occur. Find out the pros and cons of driver profiling next month at the Fleet Safety Conference in Schaumburg, Ill.

On May 23, several fleet safety experts will participate in a panel discussion on “Driver Profiling – Predicting and Preventing At-Fault Crashes,” from 2:15-3:15 p.m. Panelists include Jeff Fender, director of sales and marketing for Fleet Response; Brian Kinniry, manager of Risk and Safety Solutions for CEI; Art Liggio, president of Driving Dynamics; and Bob Martines, president and CEO of CCM (Corporate Claims Management).

Ed Pierce, vice president of marketing for ARI (Automotive Resources International), will moderate the discussion.

The Fleet Safety Conference, produced by Bobit Business Media, is less than one month away! Sign up for the conference, scheduled for May 22-23 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel in Schaumburg, Ill., at www.fleetsafetyconference.com.

Register by April 24th to receive the advance rate discount of $100. More details are available at the conference website.


By Grace Suizo

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