It takes a robust yet flexible plan from trucking companies to effectively build processes and procedures to curb the risks and spread of COVID-19 in the workplace.
A dash board camera can help you if another driver rams into your vehicle. A camera can also help you with car insurance.
Improving driver engagement and overall safety were on the minds of industry leaders during American Trucking Associations’ Management Conference & Exhibition on Oct. 20.
There are a host of reasons why companies decide to implement a telematics system into their business. Every business is unique, but usually face one of three common business challenges when it relates to their vehicles and equipment.
Each individual may assume that since everyone is responsible, there are others in the area who can take action. The end result may actually be that everyone present is going to make that very same assumption, and no one will actually do anything to further the cause of safety.
View source: Ian Rawlings How technology and workforce management solutions can play a vital role for organizations. As parts of the world begin to relax stringent lockdown conditions imposed to curb the spread of Covid-19, businesses face the responsibility of...
The COVID-19 crisis has exposed how interdependent risk has become in the modern world, and the extent to which a single event can devastate whole economies, let alone individual businesses. The world must respond by becoming much more creative in its approach to risk management, and captives should be at the heart of those efforts, says Michael Zuckerman of Temple University’s Fox School of Business.
Fleets that use forward-facing cameras to record critical event footage are not seeing much resistance from drivers. Inward-facing cameras, on the other hand, continue to raise privacy concerns despite the potential to mitigate two of the most risky driver behaviors: distraction and fatigue.
Source: University of Nottingham A new study has shown HGV drivers drive much more safely when there are cameras in their cabs monitoring their behavior. Computer scientists and driving psychologists from the University of Nottingham analyzed data collected before...
In the current trucking environment there are literally thousands of datapoints that fleets can capture and analyze. However, no fleet has the ability to analyze all the data that is available. Instead, each fleet must pick key areas on which to focus. Normally that data falls into safety and productivity buckets.
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