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.
As we wrap up our week of safety culture coverage and activities, it’s important to remember that an excellent culture requires continual effort. As Safety Culture Week draws to a close, here are some thoughts on how you can set the example and model a positive safety culture every day at your company.
Trucking Companies Utilize Technology to Keep Employees Safe. Trucking companies are turning to new software applications to help mitigate employees’ fears about contracting COVID-19 while on the job.
As school, socializing, and many aspects of life have moved online this year, it’s more important than ever that you protect your digital devices and steer clear of cybercriminals. So during National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), observed each October, the FBI and partner agencies remind you to do your part and #BeCyberSmart all year long.
Telematics, video and communication apps can help ensure safety of drivers for your construction fleet. It’s hard to dispute the return on investment from many of the recent technologies being implemented to monitor driver behavior and protect your construction business from unwarranted claims. The payback can often be measured in mere months.
A guide to the benefits of fleet management software and telematics for fleet managers
The fleet management industry is worth billions and continues to grow as fleet managers’ responsibilities increase and the challenge to control their fleets becomes more complex. Many businesses are looking for fleet management software, GPS tracking, and telematics to help their fleet managers to manage this additional workload, and provide them with more of a strategic input into the organization.
The majority of businesses today require fleets of vehicles to transport products from one place to another, hence, it becomes important to focus on safety. If safety is not taken into account then drivers may accidentally drive in a very dangerous way and put others on the road at risk. However, technologies and on-demand trucking app solution are focusing on safety and help in reducing fleet collisions, thus businesses are focusing on including these technologies and using them to ensure safety.