Safety is the top priority of most businesses that rely on drivers, whether they employ professional drivers, a few salespeople or a large crew of workers that drive as a function of their job.
Developing an engrained safety culture will deliver a positive impact to any company’s bottom line. Before a true safety culture can be effective, driver and fleet managers must understand the level of risk an irresponsible driver poses to their organization.
How do you identify the drivers who pose a risk?
In this white paper you will learn more about:
- The information provided on a Motor Vehicle Report and how it can be used to spot red flags
- The Annual MVR and the 364-day “Grace Period” and how continuous license monitoring can close the risk gap
- Driving and Non-Driving License Suspensions what is the difference and how they can put a fleet at risk
- What is Negligent Entrustment and how your fleet can avoid it