Drivers in the gig economy skew younger, with 38 percent of the workforce aged 18 to 34. These jobs are more likely a side gig, as 55 percent of workers also maintain a full-time job. These two factors are a dangerous combination, elevating risk for companies like yours as this age group has the highest rate of distracted driving. In fact, drivers aged 20 to 29 account for 28 percent of fatal distracted driving crashes and have the highest rate of fatal crashes due to cell phone usage.
What is your company doing to protect your busy employees, as well as your customers and reputation?
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There’s a significant focus on urgency in the industry, ensuring customers receive their food hot or arrive to their desired destination on-time. However, it’s critical that urgency doesn’t outweigh safety as over a quarter of fatal car crashes involve speeding.
It’s a scary reality, but businesses like yours are one crash away from a negligent entrustment lawsuit that could not only negatively impact revenue but also your community and brand reputation. Whether you’re in the business of transporting food or people, it’s vital that you have the right tools in place to ensure only the safest individuals are driving on behalf of your organization. Discover how Qorta, SambaSafety’s continuous driver monitoring platform, simplifies driver risk management for the gig economy.
Discover how much your company can save on claims each year with Qorta.
Get unmatched insight into employee driving behavior with near real-time alerts on violations including speeding, DUIs and suspended licenses, eliminating your reliance on self-reporting and annual MVR pulls.
When violations occur, immediately take action to get that driver off the road or enroll them in necessary training, preventing them from costing your company money.
Continuous driver monitoring is proven to reduce crashes by 14 percent, claim costs by 11 percent and company risk profile events by 32 percent, helping you to not only save money, but more importantly, protect your employees, customers, community and reputation.
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