Panel: Insurance Recognition for Driver Risk Management

Panel: Insurance Recognition for Driver Risk Management

One of the most frequently asked questions by fleet leaders is “How do I get my insurance company to recognize my driver risk management...
Organized by the National Safety Council, this year marks the 25th anniversary of the month-long safety campaign.

June is National Safety Month

This June is National Safety Month, an annual observance to help keep each other safe from the workplace to anyplace. Organized by the National Safety...
And, above a certain minimum level of on-road competence, research shows that it’s a driver’s attitudes that make them much more likely to crash.

Webinar panel: Speeding and high risk behaviors

Research shows that aggressive drivers tend to be involved in more traffic collisions. And, above a certain minimum level of on-road competence, research shows...
The NTSB uses the list to focus its advocacy efforts during the current MWL cycle.

NTSB releases “Most Wanted List”

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has unveiled its 2021 Most Wanted List (MWL), highlighting the transportation safety improvements needed now to prevent incidents, reduce...
As part of EHS Daily Advisor’s Leadership Week 2021, eDriving presented a session that dove deep into the responsibilities surrounding driver risk management, and revealed best practice tips for achieving optimum safety performance.

Webinar: Who should take the lead for driver safety?

With many companies experiencing drastic changes in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, now is a critical time to revisit your company strategy around...
A recent NSC survey revealed 90 percent of employers are concerned about mental health and chronic stress impacting fitness for duty – in addition to persistent concerns around legal and illicit substance misuse.

Employers in U.S. urged to take a broader approach to “workplace...

The National Safety Council (NSC) is calling on America’s employers to consider more than substance misuse when addressing “workplace impairment” - in response to...
Events involving transportation incidents accounted for the largest share of fatalities.

Fatal work injuries increase 2%

There were 5,333 fatal work injuries recorded in the United States in 2019, a two percent increase from the 5,250 in 2018, according to...
In total, there were 5,333 fatal workplace injuries in 2019, compared to 5,250 in 2018. While the fatality rate has not changed from 2017, this is the highest number of workplace deaths since 2007.

U.S. sees highest number of workplace fatalities since 2007

The number of worker deaths increased last year, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). In total, there were 5,333 fatal...
Fourteen commercial vans qualify for an award by Euro NCAP under new criteria that prioritise crash avoidance and driver assistance systems.

Euro NCAP calls for fleet buyers to choose safer vans

Fleet operators are being urged to take responsibility for the safety of their drivers and to demand a minimum silver-level performance in Euro NCAP’s...