Driver Behaviour Management should form an integral part of any Fleet Operators risk management programme. Not only do Fleet Operators have a duty of care to the general public ensuring that their drivers are operating in a responsible manner, they also have a duty to their employee drivers under HSE ‘Driving at Work’ guidelines. By implementing Driver Behaviour Management, a business is able to fulfil all of its legal obligations relating to staff driving on behalf of your business, reduce vehicle collisions and associated costs, increase operational efficiency, control insurance premiums, minimise risks to staff, and ultimately protect your business brand.
The IT1000 3G Vehicle Camera and its associated software has been specifically designed to assist businesses in monitoring and recording driver related behaviours. This allows you to pro-actively act upon this data, make informed decisions on how to rectify negative aspects thus ensuring that you are acting as a responsible business and employer.
The following five videos show an example of a driver in five different scenarios, where it can be witnessed that their driving style had become increasingly erratic. By having a record of the previous bad driving events, intervention could have been made potentially resulting the final event not occurring that caused irreparable damage to the vehicle and serious injury to the driver.
Below is an example of the ‘Vehicle/Driver Safety League Table’ including Speeding, that is produced through the CamTrak Software. As shown, it ranks individual Vehicle/Drivers against specific driving behaviours:
Through having this data readily available to your business, fleet/transport managers can act quickly in identifying where driving problems are evident, and decisively rectify these problems through a pro-active approach, which may include additional
Intelligent Telematics also works closely with Insurance and Claims Management Companies to seamlessly integrate the benefits of both superior Vehicle Camera Technology and the Claims Management Process. By adopting both of these invaluable risk management tools, FNOL (First Notification of Loss) – which is an accepted Insurance Industry Standard allows Insurers to immediately intervene in the claim process, thus reducing Loss Ratios and Claims Frequencies. An example of how this has been achieved with a large fleet operator is attached.