eDriving has appointed EHS&S Consultancy, Snow Advisory, to help its customers more effectively combine driver risk management into their broader EHS&S strategies.
Established by health and safety professional Teri Snow, CSP, Snow Advisory provides support to business leaders to develop risk reduction solutions that add value, inspire, and improve an organization’s safety culture while reducing operational risk, according to eDriving.
Through the partnership, Snow will help eDriving’s clients develop policy and best practice, EHS&S and driver safety standards and will also be involved in the development of eDriving’s new programs, eLearning and guides that help clients more effectively link EHS&S and driver safety together.
“Driver safety is typically one of those unknown risks. Many companies don’t realize just how much risk their drivers are exposed to, but the risk is there whether companies are aware of it or not,” said Snow. “Looking at safety more broadly enables companies to evaluate all of the risks facing employees including driving, slips, trips and falls and ergonomics; driving is just one consideration but usually the riskiest.”
Snow has more than 30 years of practical experience as an EHS&S leader both at site and global levels. She was previously jointly responsible for establishing Pfizer’s Safety Culture Strategies, driving safety culture improvements, by developing creative solutions to engage individuals at all levels of the organization.
As co-founder of Pfizer’s Global Fleet Driver Safety Program, Snow designed and implemented a results-oriented global fleet safety program in 35 countries for over 30,000 drivers. She has proven experience in assessing operational risk, building and fostering an innovative risk-based EHS&S culture while working effectively with a diversified range of customers across the globe, reducing risks in commercial safety in part by 50-70%.
“Many of our primary contacts at organizations across the globe are responsible for EHS&S across the organization, and I believe providing this additional support to successfully incorporate driver safety into their workplace programs is the next important step in creating a company-wide ‘crash and incident’ free culture,” said Ed Dubens, Founder and CEO of eDriving.