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Driver Policy Letters (Samples)

As part of the implementation process, it is recommended to inform drivers of the GPS unit installation. The most successful fleet management programs include good communication of established policy and facilitate driver coaching to ensure compliance. If you’re not sure where to start with that process, an updated driver policy letter may get the ball…

How to Maintain a Fleet Safety Program

According to the United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety & Health Administration, you need a driver safety program: To save lives and to reduce the risk of life-altering injuries within your workforce. To protect your organization’s human and financial resources. To guard against potential company and personal liabilities associated with crashes involving employees driving…

Driver Policy

A driver policy may contain information on mobile phone usage, traffic violations, safety guidelines, revocation of vehicle privileges, acceptable use, etc. In addition, a driver policy gives drivers one source for all information relating to their use of a company vehicle, including maintenance or damage. The most effective driver policy will be customized according to your specific requirements and…

Fleet Safety Starting Points

Introduction Every organization has a vision or picture of what it desires for its future fleet management program. Values manifest in daily decision making. Fleet usage guidelines and norms informally define how employees utilize vehicles and manage their time with customers. It is recommended that you invest the time to proactively define your fleet safety program…

Safety Agreement

The most successful fleet management program includes an open and strong line of active communication between management and drivers. Your drivers are an integral part of your investment in your fleet business, helping to keep them is a priority. One way to show this is to establish a clear agreement with rewards and consequences between…

Maintain Your Fleet Safety Program

You have created and distributed your Safety Agreement and your drivers are on board. Your fleet safety data is streaming in. Now you need a plan to maintain your fleet safety program. 1. Measure What You Want to Manage Deciding what to measure is often the most difficult step; however, you can make it easier…

Defining Thresholds for Your Fleet

Identifying the data you want to track is a pivotal step in creating and maintaining a fleet safety program that works for your fleet. Measure what matters to you and your fleet by configuring thresholds on your devices. Sounds simple enough, right? But wait! You have a range of vehicles, so uniform thresholds cannot be…
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Best Practices

Driver Policy Letters (Samples)

As part of the implementation process, it is recommended to inform drivers of the GPS unit installation. The most successful fleet management programs include good communication of established policy and facilitate driver coaching to ensure compliance. If you’re not sure where to start with that process, an updated driver policy letter may get the ball…

How to Maintain a Fleet Safety Program

According to the United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety & Health Administration, you need a driver safety program: To save lives and to reduce the risk of life-altering injuries within your workforce. To protect your organization’s human and financial resources. To guard against potential company and personal liabilities associated with crashes involving employees driving…

Driver Policy

A driver policy may contain information on mobile phone usage, traffic violations, safety guidelines, revocation of vehicle privileges, acceptable use, etc. In addition, a driver policy gives drivers one source for all information relating to their use of a company vehicle, including maintenance or damage. The most effective driver policy will be customized according to your specific requirements and…

Fleet Safety Starting Points

Introduction Every organization has a vision or picture of what it desires for its future fleet management program. Values manifest in daily decision making. Fleet usage guidelines and norms informally define how employees utilize vehicles and manage their time with customers. It is recommended that you invest the time to proactively define your fleet safety program…

Safety Agreement

The most successful fleet management program includes an open and strong line of active communication between management and drivers. Your drivers are an integral part of your investment in your fleet business, helping to keep them is a priority. One way to show this is to establish a clear agreement with rewards and consequences between…

Maintain Your Fleet Safety Program

You have created and distributed your Safety Agreement and your drivers are on board. Your fleet safety data is streaming in. Now you need a plan to maintain your fleet safety program. 1. Measure What You Want to Manage Deciding what to measure is often the most difficult step; however, you can make it easier…

Defining Thresholds for Your Fleet

Identifying the data you want to track is a pivotal step in creating and maintaining a fleet safety program that works for your fleet. Measure what matters to you and your fleet by configuring thresholds on your devices. Sounds simple enough, right? But wait! You have a range of vehicles, so uniform thresholds cannot be…
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Best Practices

Driver Policy Letters (Samples)

As part of the implementation process, it is recommended to inform drivers of the GPS unit installation. The most successful fleet management programs include good communication of established policy and facilitate driver coaching to ensure compliance. If you’re not sure where to start with that process, an updated driver policy letter may get the ball…

How to Maintain a Fleet Safety Program

According to the United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety & Health Administration, you need a driver safety program: To save lives and to reduce the risk of life-altering injuries within your workforce. To protect your organization’s human and financial resources. To guard against potential company and personal liabilities associated with crashes involving employees driving…

Driver Policy

A driver policy may contain information on mobile phone usage, traffic violations, safety guidelines, revocation of vehicle privileges, acceptable use, etc. In addition, a driver policy gives drivers one source for all information relating to their use of a company vehicle, including maintenance or damage. The most effective driver policy will be customized according to your specific requirements and…

Fleet Safety Starting Points

Introduction Every organization has a vision or picture of what it desires for its future fleet management program. Values manifest in daily decision making. Fleet usage guidelines and norms informally define how employees utilize vehicles and manage their time with customers. It is recommended that you invest the time to proactively define your fleet safety program…

Safety Agreement

The most successful fleet management program includes an open and strong line of active communication between management and drivers. Your drivers are an integral part of your investment in your fleet business, helping to keep them is a priority. One way to show this is to establish a clear agreement with rewards and consequences between…

Maintain Your Fleet Safety Program

You have created and distributed your Safety Agreement and your drivers are on board. Your fleet safety data is streaming in. Now you need a plan to maintain your fleet safety program. 1. Measure What You Want to Manage Deciding what to measure is often the most difficult step; however, you can make it easier…

Defining Thresholds for Your Fleet

Identifying the data you want to track is a pivotal step in creating and maintaining a fleet safety program that works for your fleet. Measure what matters to you and your fleet by configuring thresholds on your devices. Sounds simple enough, right? But wait! You have a range of vehicles, so uniform thresholds cannot be…