Telematics and driver scoring webinar

Telematics-based technologies provide driver managers with detailed driver behavior information, but how can this data be used to effectively change driver behavior for good? eDriving’s VP of Risk...
Jim Noble discusses the role of the manager in being an effective driver coach

Why driver managers are the perfect fit for the role of...

Jim Noble, VP of Risk Engineering, eDriving, recently wrote an article for Fleet Management Weekly explaining the importance of driver coaching. In it, he described...
The US Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has proposed an update to existing regulations for commercial motor vehicle drivers following a public consultation held last year.

Hours of service changes proposed in US

Truckers could see a change in the rules on their drive time as part of efforts to make roads safer and increase flexibility. The US...
Researchers worked with the National Safety Council (NSC), commercial motor vehicle insurance company Travelers and state trucking associations to identify nine carriers that experienced significant improvements in safety, including those once classified as “high risk” by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).

Report: Trucking companies need “comprehensive approach” to safety

Trucking companies that prioritize safety through management practices and use of advanced technologies can greatly improve their performance, according to a new study from...
Ed Dubens talking to Fleet Management Weekly about the validation of the FICO Safe Driving Score

Validation of the FICO® Safe Driving Score used by eDriving’s Mentor

Originally published on Fleet Management Weekly The FICO® Safe Driving Score used by eDriving’s Mentor has been validated with benchmarking against the naturalistic driving data...
In October 2019 the first phase of the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) begins, which will see HGVs over 12 tonnes entering or operating in Greater London requiring a free safety permit.

New HGV safety scheme alone “will not achieve zero vehicular harm”...

The haulage industry body has urged the Mayor of London to find more effective ways of achieving zero vehicular harm in the capital. In October...
Dolese Bros. Co. and Tulsa County Library were awarded “Exemplary Distinction” for making traffic safety a priority for employees both at work and at home. Five other employers were highlighted in Award and Honorable Mention categories.

Employers recognized for making traffic safety a priority

Employers in Oklahoma have been celebrated for going the extra mile to keep their employees safe on the road. The National Safety Council recognized seven...
The NTSB announced the 2019 – 2020 Most Wanted List in February, detailing 267 open safety recommendations that if implemented, could help prevent incidents, and the injuries and fatalities caused by those incidents.

NTSB publishes updated list of transportation safety recommendations

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has published an updated list of the safety recommendations associated with the agency’s 2019 – 2020 Most Wanted...
The report found that business leaders are not performing checks on employees who drive their personal cars (“Grey Fleet”) for work purposes. Three in five leaders (60 percent) stated they were unsure if any or how many employees use their own car to drive for work purposes.

Study: C-Suite executives are putting employees who drive for work at...

“Dangerous attitudes and behaviours” of the C-Suite are putting the safety of employees who drive for work at risk, according to a new study...