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We cover the top three most common driving behaviors that safety managers need to be on the lookout for when it comes to establishing a clear safety policy, monitoring violations and implementing effective driver training.
We explore reasons why your fleet safety program may have gaps, as well as the strategies you can implement to fill them.
The EPN is a California-only license monitoring requirement for employers to review drivers' licenses in a very specific format to ensure they have a valid license and have not lost driving privileges.
Many companies don’t realize is that an infrequent practice of checking MVRs that actually puts your company at risk.
Violations provide specific insight into who in your fleet could be engaging in distracted driving. Many distracted driving violations are also an indication that a driver is more likely to be involved in a crash within the next year.
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As the roads become more dangerous, all stakeholders – drivers, companies, government departments, insurance carriers and brokers – need to do their part in helping make our country’s transportation system a safer place. This is where pulling, analyzing and acting on MVR data plays a crucial role.
Throughout the past few decades, car crash fatalities were on a decline in the United States. Much of this was due to a greater focus on safety in vehicle and roadway design. However, progress has stalled in the last 10 years, and we are now seeing these numbers take a turn in the wrong direction.
There’s been a troubling increase in traffic-related deaths across the country over the past two years. In SambaSafety’s home state of Colorado, there were more traffic deaths in 2021 than any year since 2002. The 20-year high will likely exceed 700 fatalities as final numbers continue trickling in.
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