Ten percent of your drivers are responsible for 40 percent of your crashes. Your drivers don’t all present the same risk. That translates to a loss of profit, increased downtime for equipment and elevated hiring and training costs.
Continuous driver monitoring protects our communities and roadways from risky drivers, while saving you time and money. When you know who is driving for your company, you can reduce your insurance premiums by up to 60 percent.
Through our collection, correlation and analysis of driver information, you’ll be able to identify high-risk drivers, enforce company policies and make well-informed hiring decisions.
It’s common practice for companies to pull MVRs on an annual basis, however, much can happen during the other 364 days of the year.
Eliminate the visibility gap and reliance on self-reporting with near real-time alerts when employees receive violations so you can take immediate action and get high-risk drivers off the road or enrolled in training programs.
To keep their fleets on the road, commercial trucking companies must manage and make sense of multiple data sources around driver behavior including raw roadside activity, CSA data and MVRs.
Access comprehensive driver risk profiles featuring CSA and MVR monitoring for unmatched insight into employee driving behavior to stay informed of new activity, expirations and roadside inspections and easily spot trends that will guide invention efforts.
MVRs have traditionally been a vital component in the underwriting process, however pulling them is a labor-intensive and expensive process with U.S. insurance carriers spending over $1 billion per year on them.
Identify which drivers are high-risk and only pull MVRs on those drivers. Best yet, MVRs can be pulled on-demand, reducing administrative time in the quote to bind process.
If you don’t already include winter driving statistics in your fleet driver safety training, download our free infographic. It’s packed with stats and safety tips that can boost the effectiveness of your company driver safety program.
There’s good news and bad news about the new entry level driver training (ELDT) requirements that take effect February 7, 2022.
‘Tis the season of year-end reporting for risk professionals. And while that can inspire feelings of dread, we’re here to spread a little holiday hope: Qorta’s new Insight tool can virtually eliminate the endless CSVs and late nights that haunt this annual tradition.
We’ve reduced our reliance on self-reporting. Being able to flag drivers before they tell us there’s an issue complements the mandatory self-reporting policy and makes safety much more efficient.
Senior Risk and Safety Analyst