New products and a new approach at DriveTech as a new management team seeks a “step change” in performance. Gareth Roberts reports.
Education and enforcement can be used to make sure employees comply with a company’s requirements.
Some take the telematics combined with rewards route, others feel that ‘stick’ works better than the ‘carrot’ when trying to get drivers to check their vehicles
Training drivers to expect the unexpected when on the roads could cut accidents by 11%. Ben Rooth looks at what hazard perception training is and what it includes
After reducing its collision rate by 14% and saving more than £1 million by taking a ‘stick’ approach with its drivers, G4S Cash Solutions decided it was time to offer the ‘carrot’ by holding a driving competition. Sarah Tooze reports.
Assessing your fleet is the first step to a safe reversing policy, says Will Murray, of Interactive Driving Systems.
Initiatives such as permits to drive improve both safety and a firm’s bottom-line
Many courses aim to teach drivers to drive more economically. Christopher Smith gives a round-up
A new safety testing facility is part of the plan to avoid crashes in the first place, rather than simply reducing vehicle occupants’ injury risk, explains Simon Harris
A new centre is offering fleets the chance to experience adverse weather conditions on its driving simulators. Will they make a difference? Christopher Smith buckles up
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