Accident Management: The argument for outsourcing

Lauren Heerey - Accident Management Consultant | 22/07/2010 11:56:49 AM

A driver is on their way to a drop off point and has just pulled up at a set of lights, when “BANG”. Yep, the person texting on their mobile in the car behind has forgotten to brake. Unfortunately accidents are a part of life if your company has a large fleet. If you are responsible for your company’s fleet, what is the management process when an incident like this occurs? Obviously the first step is to make sure everyone is ok, but when the dust settles if you manag...

Is Speeding in Moderation OK?

Laura Taylor - Marketing Assistant | 14/07/2010 11:59:55 AM

Speeding is bad.  That is what we have all been taught from a young age.  “Don’t ride your bike too fast, you will fall off” and “don’t run around the pool, you will slip” are words most mothers have used at least once, warning their children of the consequences of speed, no matter what the mode of transport is. It seems counter intuitive that the Queensland Government is now looking at introducing new rules in their learner’s driving te...

What is Unsafe Driving Costing Your Company?

Bowan Spanbroek - Marketing Co-ordinator | 5/07/2010 12:10:47 PM

Road accidents are now the most common form of work-related death, injury and absence from work in Australia (Safety climate & driver safety at work: integrating fleet management & OHS). The annual cost of road traffic injury is estimated to be over AU$500 million and related property damage increases this figure to over AU$1 billion (Travelsafe34, 2002) These two facts show the enormous social & financial impact unsafe driving practices have on Australia every year. With ...

To Track or not to Track

Nigel Malcolm - Chief Executive Officer of Fleetcare | 20/05/2010 1:34:50 PM

I was with a prospective new client the other day and they were telling me how all of their vehicles have GPS tracking. Recalling some earlier discussions around concerns for driver privacy I asked how this was addressed in the organisation. They told me privacy concerns had been a minor issue before the accident, but now GPS tracking is fully supported. The accident? They told me that one of their drivers had a head-on collision on the crest of a hill in a remote location, one driver dea...

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