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When the Telematics Honeymoon is Over: How to Sustain Risk Reduction Over Time

Congratulations! Your fleet adopted telematics and you saw an immediate drop in your at-risk behavior, but now you’re seeing the collision rate inch back upward and the honeymoon is over. You’re wondering what’s missing from your program to get things moving back in the right direction.

Jim Noble, eDriving Director Insurance and Commercial Fleet Services, shows you how to look beyond telematics to find gaps in your safety program, and how to prioritize those gaps to give your fleet the best chance of sustaining risk reductions. Hint: It is not all about the driver.

In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn from real-world case studies how to:
  • Create the framework for a crash-free culture, from recruiting to rewards and incentives
  • Establish the right metrics and dashboards for assessing and reducing risk
  • Give your front line managers the right tools to address the biggest pockets of risk

Jim Noble
Director, Insurance & Commercial Fleet Services

Jim launched his transportation career as a driver with his family’s business. His move into operations helped him develop a keen understanding of the challenges fleets face in balancing safety with productivity. That led him to fleet safety leadership positions, and eventually to more than a decade with Zurich as a director of the Motor Fleet business, innovating ways to harness the power of big data to reduce fleet risk. Jim joined Interactive Driving Systems, now a part of eDriving, in 2013.


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