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Trimble to Offer Free Safety Evaluations at Fleet Safety Conference

June 19, 2013 - Press Release

As part of its ongoing effort to enhance fleet driver safety, Trimble Field Service Management announced that it will offer complimentary safety evaluations at the Fleet Safety Conference, June 25-27, 2013, in Schaumburg, Ill.

Over the course of the conference attendees can stop by Table 4, where a Trimble safety expert will be available to discuss organizational field safety challenges and how to mitigate them. The evaluations will be offered on a first-come basis or by reservation by emailing [email protected]

In addition, attendees can get a preview of the new enterprise-level reporting and dashboard enhancements to the Trimble Driver Safety solution. Trimble is a leader in innovative fleet safety solutions that help companies benchmark and analyze risky driving behaviors.

On June 26 at 2pm, Trimble Driver Safety Product Manager Charles Morriston will discuss Using Technology to Increase Fleet Safety as part of a panel on technological solutions to help increase vehicle safety while minimizing driver distraction. Morriston is an expert in next-generation driver safety solutions and will be available following the panel to answer questions.

For more information on any of these events or Trimble’s Driver Safety solution, call 877.728.7623 or email [email protected] Press queries should be directed to 408.456.6874.

Fleet Safety Evaluation:
What: Complimentary safety evaluations
When: June 25 to 27, 2013, 8am - 5pm
Where: Table 4
What else: Reservations advised by calling 877.728.7623 or emailing [email protected]

Technology and Fleet Safety Panel Featuring Charles Morriston:
What: Discussion on Using Technology to Increase Fleet Safety
When: June 26, 2pm
Where: Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center, Fleet Safety Conference
What else: For more information, email [email protected]

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