By taking a proactive approach to fleet safety management — one that is driven from the top of your organization — you can effectively protect the health and safety of your employees and, ultimately, your business.
As organizations struggle with managing the full spectrum of risks they face, an often overlooked exposure is fleet safety. It’s not unusual for risk managers and their C-suite counterparts to downplay auto risks for organizations that do not operate a large fleet of trucks; however, a potentially more significant source of risk exists in non-traditional fleets. For example, if an employee is involved in a collision on company time, the organization may be liable for the cost of the collision and resulting property or workers’ compensation costs. During the one-hour webcast, our team of experts discussed: