IDENTIFY HIGH-RISK DRIVERS We use a proprietary points system that integrates all Driver’s Alert products and issues a driver score based on documented unsafe events. From identifying your most at-risk drivers to actually changing behavior, we save you time and money, and improve fleet safety and productivity.
DON’T JUST SCORE DRIVERS, CHANGE THEIR BEHAVIORS Most fleet safety management programs stop at a driver scorecard. Driver’s Alert provides a true end-to-end driver risk management solution that actually prescribes training based on unsafe events. The end result is a fleet safety management program that actually changes driver behavior.
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FLEET SAFETY BLOG
Distracted driving has slowly become second nature to drivers. Though we don’t get behind the wheel with the intentions to disregard traffic, I can’t be the only one pleading guilty of not always giving the road my full and undivided attention. As you make your...
Today’s newer vehicles come with a number of bells and whistles, both standard and optional. Many perks, like in-dash navigation, satellite radio and Bluetooth capability, were not readily available even a decade ago. The same could be said for other safety features...
The Driver’s Alert philosophy is that there are no bad drivers, just bad habits. This is clearly demonstrated in the safety improvements outlined above. The upshot? A sound fleet safety program makes it possible to turn around an “unsafe” driver, thus reducing company liability and averting a termination. And with the cost of hiring a new driver hovering around $7,000, this savings quickly adds up over a period of one year.
In the mid-1990s, during a live recording of the Late Show with David Letterman, David Letterman himself called Driver’s Alert’s 1-800 ‘How’s My Driving?’ call center to report on the status of New York City traffic …
In episode #2 of “Safety Talks” host Rich Sordahl interviews Occupational Health & Safety expert Dr. Ron Kirsch about Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs) and how fleet managers can best leverage them to improve driver safety.
Desiree Bidun Safety Specialist
Tynetta Sims Safety Specialist
Paul Murray Driver Safety Guru
September 2014 ASSE Professional Safety Ad: Put a manager in every fleet vehicle with safety telematics!
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