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Fleet Safety Programs

4 Pillars of a Fleet Safety Program

Safety and accident management is a top priority for fleet managers, who need to start with the essentials, gain support from executives and drivers, and work to sustain the program.

Accident Management Costs Continue Modest Increases

Accident costs saw a modest increase in 2014 vs. 2013 figures, with the percentage of preventable accidents remaining mostly flat, according to Element Fleet Management, The CEI Group, Corporate Claims Management (CCM), and Fleet Response.

How to Start a Global Fleet Safety Program

During the Global Fleet Conference, Andy Sacha, Nestle’s global car fleet solutions manager and winner of the 2013 International Fleet Safety Award, will present a case study on the “Dos and Don’ts in Implementing a Global Fleet Safety Program.”

Safety and Cost Reduction Go Hand in Hand

It is the single biggest responsibility fleet managers have — ensuring drivers, company vehicles, and the general public are safe. The good news: safety and savings aren’t mutually exclusive.

Planning for Disaster

Responding to a natural or man-made catastrophe could be the defining moment of a fleet manager’s career. The key to successfully weathering a disaster is having a plan.

Don't Let Distracted Drivers Put Your Company at Risk

On-the-job vehicle crashes can be costly to employers, even when they occur off the clock. Protect the company, drivers, and others on the road by developing and enforcing a comprehensive fleet cell phone policy.