Driving for work is one of the most dangerous activities that employees undertake.1 Effective management is key to safe, successful and sustainable fleet operations – this can include a combination of applicable policies and procedures, driver handbooks training programmes and procurement processes, strong leadership and management style, a positive safety culture and communication methods. We can provide guidance, and work alongside you to identify good practices and gaps, build upon your motor risk strategy and develop initiatives to help reduce the frequency of road traffic collisions and associated losses.
Guidance to help manage your motor risk
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Our Specialist Partners to help manage your motor risks
To access these solutions at preferential rates and terms, contact our Specialist Partners.
DriverMetrics® reduces the risk of work-related crashes via its scientifically validated Driver Risk Index™ assessments, eLearning and driver coaching solutions. By accurately identifying the behavioural causes of individual driver risk with the Driver Risk Index™ assessment and selecting from a range of coaching interventions - including eLearning - to change identified high risk behaviours.
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Services include in-vehicle cameras, VUEmatics integrated camera and telematics, driver behaviour reporting, Driver Scores mobile app, tracking devices, first notification of loss, analysis of other companies’ telematics data, lone working systems, training and a multimedia hosting platform.
Services available from our Specialist Partners
DriverMetrics – Driver Risk Index
Access to a Behavioural Driver Safety Programme to identify and change high-risk driver behaviours within your current and future employees. Using the most scientifically validated driver risk assessment will enable your business to accurately identify the contributing behavioural and situational risk factors of your drivers and then use the results to implement targeted countermeasures and interventions to change high-risk behaviours and reduce the risk of crash involvement of your workforce.
VUE in-vehicle cameras and telematics
Access to in-vehicle camera footage and telematics analytics to gain insight into how your fleet behaves, identify the areas of highest risk, and understand the risks drivers are exposed to and why. Display telematics and claims data in easy-to-understand charts providing contextualised information, such as road type and highway code infractions, that identifies the link between driver behaviour and claims performance. This enables your business to provide targeted interventions.
Driver Safety and Wellbeing Programme
A multi-platform driver safety and wellbeing programme that incorporates a self-reflective questionnaire, risk scoring and coaching modules covering a range of issues, including minimising distractions, handling fatigue to improve hazard monitoring and dealing with frustrations. Following completion of the core programme drivers receive monthly updates including further micro modules and topical advice.
Drug and Alcohol screening and guidance
Access to purchase breathalysers and drug wipes that will enable your business to implement onsite, a drug and alcohol non-intrusive screening of your safety critical employees and prospective employees. Along with guidance on developing a drug and alcohol policy, awareness training for management and employees enabling your business to make the roads a safer place.
Need further help or assistance?
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