Strategic Focus: Fleet Telematics And Driver Safety Technologies
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The National Safety Council (NSC) estimates that, in the US alone, there are more than four million roadway injuries that require medical attention each year. Emerging EHS technologies are providing firms with the ability to identify, prevent and mitigate risks associated with vehicle accidents and roadway safety. Example fleet telematics and driver safety technologies include proximity sensors, location-tracking devices, smart glasses, and asset and maintenance record-keeping software. These technologies are utilized by a diverse range of executives, including fleet, facilities, operations and EHS managers. This report provides corporate EHS decision-makers with an overview of the technologies available for ensuring driver safety and what firms can do to strategically align their operations to manage risk and protect their workers more effectively.
Table of contentsUtilizing Technology To Ensure Driver And Worker Road Safety
Building A Connected Ecosystem Of Solutions For Risk Mitigation Is A Key Part Of The Vision For Vehicle Safety
Enterprise Software Solutions Offer Multiple Ways To Manage Fleets And Vehicle Routes
Emerging EHS Technologies Augment Software Capabilities For Real-Time Accident Prevention
Four Strategies To Ensure An Effective Fleet Safety And Vehicle Accident Prevention Programme
Table of figuresFigure 1. Adoption of Vehicle Telematics For Safety By Industry
Figure 2. Example Fleet Telematic And Driver Safety Technologies
Figure 3. The Role Of Technology In Fleet Management