Roadway risk has increased significantly since the start of the pandemic. That's why it's more important than ever for all drivers to remain on the defense. Learn more about the critical components of defensive driving, how to properly train your team to drive defensively and how to identify and intervene with employees engaging in risky driving behavior.
There are an estimated 30-40 million company drivers using their own vehicle or rental car to meet with customers, travel to a patient, visit offices or job sites, run errands for their employer or do part-time work. These hired and non-owned drivers represent one of the most unmonitored high-risk groups for businesses today. This poses a huge financial risk for companies and their commercial insurance carriers – if an employee involved in a crash has a lapse in insurance coverage or is underinsured for their policy, the employer and the insurer are still on the hook. If a major crash involves a DUI or worse, litigation most likely will lead back to the employer AND to the commercial insurer.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of the trucking industry, ranging from capacity, suspension of hours of service rule enforcement, scaled back roadside inspects and the ability to gain insight into driver risk profiles. But with short-term benefits also come long-term consequences - learn more.
30-40 million drivers use their own vehicles or rental cars to do tasks like running to customer meetings or completing early morning coffee runs. These drivers, known as hired/non-owned, are one of the highest-risk yet unmonitored groups for businesses today. What if there was a solution that told you who should be behind the wheel of a vehicle for your company, even if they weren't hired to drive as a primary function of their role?
While not a regulatory requirement, any organization that has a fleet of company vehicles or employees who drive their own vehicle for work-related activities should have a driver safety policy in place. Whether your company currently has a driver safety policy in place or is looking to create one, we can help!
While no easy feat, ensuring you have a healthy brand reputation is of the utmost importance. Especially in the age of the internet, consumers have the ability to turn quickly on brands by viewing just one negative or detrimental news story. One way to help solidify an actionable, cohesive and proactive reputation strategy? Avoid potentially catastrophic vehicular incidents with the help of continuous driver monitoring.
Is your company currently utilizing crash and claims data to identify trends that are leading to increased costs? This valuable data only works with the right tools. Without those in place, sifting through driver data is a time-consuming process.See how an enterprise-level company with tens of thousands of drivers enlisted SambaSafety's help to pair near real-time MVR alerts with crash and claims data.
How does a broker go about getting critical in-depth driver data without spending hours analyzing data through expensive motor vehicle record pulls? In this white paper, you'll learn about the benefits of driver monitoring for brokers and their customers; why continuous driver monitoring is a simpler solution; and how continuous driver monitoring can replace outdated processes of managing driver risk.
This white paper explores how commercial auto carriers can help their customers replace ineffective, time-consuming risk management practices with continuous driver monitoring technology. By doing so, carriers can offer an unmatched customer experience while reducing crashes, costs and claims, mutually benefiting both carriers and policy holders.
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