Representatives from a handful of electronic logging device providers will on hand to answers all your ELD questions, from compliance to the current and upcoming regulations and deadlines.
Moderator: Jim Park, Equipment Editor, HDT
Panelists: Mike Ahart, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, Omnitracs; David Blackwell, Fleet Safety Product Manager, Coretex; Ken Evans, Founder & CEO, Konexial; Brian McCoy, Vice President, MiX Telematics North; Dave Osiecki, Trimble Regulatory Consultant and President and CEO, Scopelitis Transportation Consulting
Based on 25 years of real-world experience of working with a wide variety of corporate fleets, this presentation will provide a 10-step template on how to create an effective and sustainable corporate safety culture for both new and veteran fleet safety managers. In addition, the presentation will provide proven strategies on how to convert both field and senior managers into becoming safety evangelists.
Keynote Speaker: Phil Moser, Associate Director of Global Driver Safety, Syneos Health
New regulations and new ways to get around are keeping fleet, risk and HR managers on their toes. We all know that having a solid fleet policy is a critical component to keeping your drivers safe, but when was the last time it was updated? During this session, you will hear about the latest trends in policy content and approach. Both fleet and legal professionals will share tips on how to build a policy that promotes driver safety while limiting your liability.
Speakers: Tim Harrison, Fleet Consulting Manager, Wheels; Sara Sweeney, Senior Product Manager, Wheels
Vehicle collision frequency and severity continue to rise, and there’s no dispute that driver distraction is a significant contributing factor. There are many choices for fleet safety, but there is no single end-to-end solution. Given that distracted driving is one of the leading causes of vehicle collisions, your business should consider a both training and technology as part of its portfolio approach to fleet safety.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s new Entry-Level Driver Training requirements will change the way new drivers enter the trucking workforce. Seidl will speak on the changes, how to prepare for them, how they can help boost you driver recruitment program and how they can help lower costs and accidents.
Presenter: John Seidl, VP of Risk Services, Reliance Partners
Even though vehicles are built with more safety features than ever before, due to several causes, such as increased distractions for drivers, the number of vehicle accidents and fatalities are still high. Rather than reacting, you can be proactive and leverage Artificial Intelligence (AI) and key data to act and prevent accidents for your fleet. Hear from our experts and their insights regarding: Successful safety programs, AI-powered coaching, and Actionable data.
Walk away with knowledge about the latest in fleet safety innovation and actionable tips that will help you manage your safety data and take action.
Presenters: Eli Rossiter, Director, Telematics and Safety Products, Donlen; Jon So, Director of Marketing, Nauto
Fleets have mountains of data available to them. But Big Data has limited value if not paired with its younger and more intelligent sibling, Context. Layering real-time contextual data (weather, road conditions, etc) on top of existing trips data can totally change how fleets measure driver safety and performance.
Presenter: Rob Minton, Associate Vice President-Connected Car Business Development, Geotab
This presentation will prepare fleet managers on what to expect from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Drug and Alcohol Clearing House, when it is slated to go into effect, and what an employer’s responsibilities will be.
It’s only through giving the driver a personal relationship with the idea of a safer road that you can really change hearts and minds. He wants to share his vision, that every driver can be persuaded to take ownership of their safety record – through awareness and education. The key to getting this driver buy-in is showing the driver the right data points at the right time. And it’s not just about the tech – it’s about connecting with the driver and getting to the root of safety.
Although each fleet has its own unique safety challenges, there are specific indicators that significantly increase the likelihood of potential accidents, such as driving during high-risk hours, fatigued driving and hard braking. During this presentation, Azuga’s CEO will share results of its Accident Risk Model, which examines risky driving behaviors, and will outline how fleet managers can use advanced telematics technology to improve the safety of drivers and reduce accidents by an average of 38%.
Presenters: Ananth Rani, CEO & Co-Founder, Azuga; Matt Camden, Senior Research Associate, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
A comprehensive driver safety policy is a must for any fleet - small or big - to avoid exposure to unnecessary risk. The implementation of a fleet safety program formalizes guidelines that establishes rules and procedures needed to maintain a safe driving culture within your fleet.
Presenter: Ralf Wessel, Senior Manager Global Facilities, Fleet and Security, AGCO Corporation
Safety is always a top concern for fleet managers, but how do you effectively modify driver behavior? Learn from a data specialist how to develop and successfully launch a safety program that fits your culture while delivering results. This session will cover identifying pain points, communicating with drivers and executives about the program, and measurement and adjustment, plus it will review real-life success stories.
Presenters: Brad Jacobs, Director, Strategic Consulting, Merchants Fleet; Cindy Douglas, Program Manager, Tuff Shed; Sally Allen, Fleet Professional
This presentation will provide the results of nine in-depth case studies of heavy vehicle fleets that significantly improved their safety performance. Proven safety-related programs and policies discussed in the presentation will include: driver hiring policies and procedures, driver training, strategies related to fleet safety culture, dispatching, implementation of new technologies, and vehicle maintenance.
Presenter: Matt Camden, Senior Research Associate, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Through our discussion of specific tools and techniques, attendees will gain an understanding of how telematics and driving behavior data can help fleet safety managers better understand and mitigate driver risk. Specifically, attendees will learn 1) how to create a company-wide, crash-free focus and culture, 2) how telematics data is being effectively leveraged to predict and, when appropriate, amend driving behaviors, 3) how telematics data should be incorporated into a 360-degree view of driver and organizational risk, and 4) the key advantages of closed-loop training in mitigating risk.
The presenter will share how consistent, high safety standards across Shell have resulted in a strong safety culture within the company. He will also describe what other companies need to do to drive and sustain a corporate safety culture that extends beyond fleet drivers to contractors and occasional employee drivers. In addition, he will provide an update on how Shell is strengthening its safety culture, focusing on caring for people and leadership commitment.
Presenter: Jim Perkins, North America Marketing Manager, Shell Fleet Solutions
This session will teach attendees what's involved in setting a state of the art fleet safety program. The aim of a world class safety program is to reduce claims and risk exposure, drive employee accountability, reduce unnecessary expenses by deploying industry metrics and key performance indicators to foster a safety-conscious culture that thrives on continuous improvement.
Keynote Speakers: Kevin Fisher, Manager, Mercury Associates Inc.; Scott Rood, Senior Consultant, Mercury Associates Inc.