View source: Ken Vaughan Employees' actions can be shaped to align with actions and behaviors and expectations. Management often thinks that wage levels or benefits are the most important elements of creating satisfaction in employees. But instead, workers are saying,...
Truck driver safety and training solutions have grown astronomically this year. With truck drivers being more remote than ever due to the pandemic, an increased focus on safety came with it. Connected telematics alert you to unsafe operation, in-cab cameras let you peer into the situation in and around the truck and training platforms let you provide feedback to your driver. There are a lot of options, but where do you start?
View source: David Sickels When it comes to driver retention, driver workflow technology is just as important for the fleet manager as it is to the driver. As data-gathering opportunities continue to grow, what can we expect to see from these applications in the...
View source: Aaron Huff Transportation companies accelerated their digitization strategies in 2020 to solve operational challenges amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. Demand for certain technologies spiked and it soon became clear which of these trends would continue...
Software can help keep drivers focused on the road. Fleet Management and Winter
It’s peak season, and warehousing and trucking capacity have contracted for six consecutive months. Rising online sales are adding more stress to the supply chain, requiring sellers to keep more inventory and occupy more space.
View source: Terry L. Mathis A safety program can’t be everything to everyone, but that should still be the goal. In most organizations, a safety program has many masters. Each silo and function have safety needs that should be addressed. Management wants results that...
Learn how to identify traps and triggers, and how to control them proactively before incidents occur.
Visual Literacy is the capacity to recognize, analyze and describe hazards as it is applied to occupational safety. Human and Organizational Performance (HOP) deploys a myriad of tools to identify and reduce risks.
Driver safety and compliance data pours in from disparate systems as information from driver qualification files, electronic logging devices (ELDs), vehicle telematics and video event recorders rarely comes through a single source.
So you’ve decided to use your truck telematics to help you improve operational safety and inform driver training. Great! And then your phone explodes with notifications—one driver had harsh braking, following distance and lane departure warning incidents in rapid succession, and you fear the worst. What actually happened and how do you approach the conversation? Just looking at notifications, it’s hard to say. Was your driver not paying attention? Did a car cut off your truck?
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