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NETS’ Jack Hanley to Discuss Safety Benchmarking and Best Practices at 2012 AFLA Conference

August 27, 2012

ST. PAUL, MN – The Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association (AFLA) will be hosting a presentation by the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) Executive Director Jack Hanley at the 2012 AFLA Conference to discuss data-based ways for companies to reduce crashes, injuries, and costs.

AFLA stated the presentation, which will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 11 a.m., at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country, San Antonio, Texas, and will include a discussion of the road safety program elements that set apart the companies with the lowest collision per million mile ratios. Another aspect of fleet safety management the presentation will cover includes how fleet professionals can use benchmarking strategically as a way to gain commitment and resources from management, and tactically, in order to put a collision-reduction program in place.

Hanley’s presentation also will provide a review of how companies are addressing the use of technology, training, business case development, cell phone use policies, and more, as it relates to fleet safety.

According to AFLA, the presentation is intended for a range of participant types, from companies with advanced road safety programs to those that are in the process of developing programs.

Visit AFLA’s website here to register for the conference.

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