It’s hard to understand and try preventing what you cannot see
Have you ever considered the risk your company opens itself up to with only annual motor vehicle record (MVR) pulls as well as their ability to increase self-reporting reliance? Whether you have or haven’t consider the risk, let’s talk about the visibility gap.
We understand that the safety of your employees and community is paramount and that driver behavior can often be a leading indicator for those who may put your company at-risk, both on and off the clock. Often, companies seem to only pull MVRs annually – but consider the other 364 days of the year.
What could happen during this time?
Consider some facts we’ve found through our vault of records and what you could be missing if you have a visibility gap:
- Three to five percent of drivers have an invalid license
- Nineteen percent of fatalities involve invalid licenses
- Ten percent of drivers make up 40 percent of a company’s crash-related costs
That leaves you with lack of visibility into your employee driving behavior, effectively creating that aforementioned visibility gap and eliminating any form of proactive action you may be able to take. So how do you combat this visibility gap?
To close the visibility gap, you need more data
Understanding employee driving behavior is vital in protecting your company to the best of your ability. With identification and early intervention encompassed by near real-time alerts and concise MVRs through continuous driver monitoring, you are able to protect those on the road, employed with your company and the community as a whole.
Gain that complete visibility 365 days a year into your driver population, learning what has happened on or off the clock with SambaSafety. Long gone are the days of self-reporting reliance – never be the last to know and bridge your visibility gap.
To learn more on how driver monitoring can close the visibility gap and positively impact your risk mitigation strategy, download our white paper.