When it comes to driver retention, driver workflow technology is just as important for the fleet manager as it is to the driver. As data-gathering opportunities continue to grow, what can we expect to see from these applications in the future?
Fleet Management and Winter. Vishal Singh, said that fleet management software can help HVAC contractors improve the safety of their drivers, as well as manage their fleets better in the snow.
Today, more than ever, companies have the ability to enable safer driving behaviors through the latest in telematics and video monitoring technology.
A safety program can’t be everything to everyone, but that should still be the goal. In most organizations, a safety program has many masters. Each silo and function have safety needs that should be addressed. Management wants results that enable the organization to compete and/or benchmark favorably.
Driver safety and compliance data pours in from disparate systems as information from driver qualification files, electronic logging devices (ELDs), vehicle telematics and video event recorders rarely comes through a single source.
From chasing down leads to managing early contacts and relationships with driver applicants, the work doesn’t stop with recruiting them. Software developers that traditionally have focused their efforts on recruiting alone have come up with new features that extend their expertise in process automation to driver orientation and onboarding.
By keeping up with FMCSA’s safety guidelines, a fleet is more likely to receive a positive safety record and stay on the road.
Tended have leveraged wearable technology to alert employees if they come within a predetermined distance of others.
A few weeks ago during the EHS Daily Advisor’s Safety Culture Week, we provided a wide array of content to help you build a safety culture that is effective all year round.
Fleets are finding success in combating distracted driving with training and technology. But other drivers’ distractions remain a problem for professional drivers.