You can predict an accident before it even happens, keeping your employees safer and reducing the risk of employees getting injured while on the job. Continuous driver monitoring is more advanced than standard driver monitoring, giving insight into the driver’s behavior and alerting employers of driver violations in real-time, when the driver is on and off the clock. This can save your company money, elevate hiring, and protect your team.
One bad driver can compromise the safety, and trustworthiness of your whole company, leading to higher insurance prices. So, how does continuous driver monitoring work?
- See 12 months of a driver's history
- Reduce the risk of potential crashes or accidents
- Receive real-time alerts on driver's behavior and violations
- Enforce a consistent driver's safety program throughout your company
- Understand driver's behavior to address issues to make improvement
- Protect your company proactively, while maintaining a safe and trustworthy culture
The impact of continuous monitoring on your company
Continuous driver monitoring enhances the overall safety of the company through the prevention of crashes and issues caused by reckless drivers. This allows employers a better and more in-depth understanding of employees’ driving habits, making it easier to distinguish between good and bad drivers. In the long run, this lessens the potential for further issues related to drivers and the liability it brings to the company.
What can a bad driver actually do besides cause an accident?
A bad driver can negatively affect your company brand, causing a loss in revenue. Safety and compliance are negatively affected by company safety and community safety, as well as the fines and penalties the company will receive due to the accident caused by the bad driver.
Create a culture that is safe and reliable
Continuous Driver Monitoring can help change drivers’ behaviors, leading to fewer incidents and citations. Start protecting your company's brand, revenue, and culture with safer drivers and fewer accidents.