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Driver Intelligence System Features
Everything you need for fleet risk and compliance management
Establish your company’s progress towards meeting the requirements and obligations of all fleet-related Health & Safety legislation.
Tackle areas of non-compliance and reduce your corporate risk exposure by following the actions prescribed in this interactive report.
Tailored to the dimensions of your fleet, refer to the wealth of supporting information supplied within your bespoke Management System Handbook.
Identify the issues facing every individual who drives on company business; whether it’s in a company-supplied or their own private vehicle.
Approve your drivers’ eligibility status based on accurate licence information regarding endorsements, categories and any restrictions.
Ensure that private vehicles used for company business meet internal policy and basic legal requirements such as tax, MOT and business insurance.
Protect your insurance risk - set the policy and ensure that all nominated drivers are eligible to drive and included within your risk management programme
Introduce and enforce CO2 limits. Not only will you reduce your company’s impact on the planet, you’ll improve fuel efficiency and reduce costs.
Increase workforce efficiency and reduce fuel consumption – telematics systems enable your business to identify where most time and money is wasted.
Keep drivers’ skills up-to-date with a series of core modules. Additionally, aim specific modules at drivers with known areas of concern.
Sometimes there’s no substitute for classroom-based learning. Interactive by nature, these sessions are packed with fresh thinking and useful information.
For drivers who need a little bit of extra support, in-vehicle training is an ideal environment for addressing hazardous areas of risk.
Equip your drivers to manage the worst of situations within a controlled environment.
Providing the ability to analyse a broad spectrum of driver and vehicle risks in order to more accurately target risk mitigation spend.