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FLEET SAFETY: How to Reduce Risk, Including Cost, Injuries, Crashes & Fatalities

This Webinar occurred on July 28, 2010 at 2:00 PM EST.

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The Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) is a Vienna, Va.-based non-profit organization formed in 1989 as a partnership between the U.S. Department of Transportation and leading companies. It provides programs and tools to companies seeking to improve the road safety performance of its company drivers.

NETS has recently gained recognition for its annual Strength In Numbers fleet safety benchmarking program. This study collects metrics such as miles driven, collisions and injuries and twenty-seven program elements such as cell phone policies and driver training programs. Statistical analyses identify best practices common to companies with the lowest company driver collision rates.

Whatever your company’s size or industry, this presentation provides a template for implementing and sustaining a cost effective and high quality fleet safety program. You will see how your company’s fleet safety results compare in terms of crash frequency with top national and global performers, how to construct a business case in support of fleet safety investments and how to use best practices to improve your company’s fleet safety performance.

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Speaker:
Jack Hanley, Executive Director of NETS

Jack Hanley spent his career at Monsanto Company and took early retirement in 1999. Most of his career was in marketing and business management. The latter part of his career was in global project management. Following his retirement, he returned to Monsanto as a consultant and provided project support to various global Monsanto teams. One project, in particular, developed and implemented Monsanto’s global vehicle safety program. He became the Executive Director of the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety in February 2008.

Duration: 1 Hour