Advertisement feature from Mobileye
With new drivers joining your business all the time, it is crucial that the process of familiarising them with your practices and policies is as straightforward – and consistent – as possible.
Mobileye, the world leader in driver assistance systems has produced a new digital guide, "50 Driver Safety Tips and Tricks When Onboarding New Drivers".
The easy-to-read document is clear and quickly digestible, with dozens of short and concise measures that can be incorporated into your new starter process.
The resources and materials for some steps will be readily available, either with your suppliers or in your existing policies, while others will require a little more work, and bespoke processes tailored to your business’s risks and requirements.
Many of these points will be in your businesses processes already, but this guide offers a perfect chance to ensure your driver inductions are more than just the handover of a handbook, and that your policies are effectively communicated to new staff.
Mobileye’s white paper also offers advice and tips so your driver safety programme can continue long after the introductory process is complete, keeping your workforce – and your business – protected.
Mobileye’s advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are used by most of the motor manufacturers across the world, including Audi, BMW, and Ford.
The system and sophisticated computer chips developed by Mobileye since 1999 include strategically placed multi-vision smart sensors which act as a driver's third eye, constantly monitoring the dynamic driving environment and providing drivers the following real-time visual and audible alerts as the risk of an imminent collision increases:
- Pedestrian and Cyclist Collision Warning
- Lane Departure Warning
- Forward Collision Warning
- Headway Monitoring Warning
- Speed Limit Warning
The company’s technology and safety expertise means it is perfectly placed to advise fleet managers on driver safety.
Fleet managers can register to download the free white paper now on the Mobileye website.