Safety & Accident

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January 2018, Government Fleet - Feature

What to Include in a Driver Safety Policy

An effective driver safety policy can result in fewer speeding violations and collisions, less property damage, fewer losses, lowered insurance rates, and fewer workers' compensation claims. Photo: Getty Images

By Shelley Ernst

When a fleet is writing or updating a driver safety policy, these five can’t-miss categories can help start a policy off right.

Tags: Driver Safety, Safety, Fleet Policy

October 2017, Government Fleet - Feature

How Effective Are Your Trucks’ Backup Cameras?

The Eugene Water & Electric Board tested the visibility of two dozen of its work trucks with backup cameras. Photo courtesy of EWEB

By Thi Dao

Fleets are already installing backup cameras on work trucks to improve safety. But with no guidelines to follow, do they actually provide the optimal field of view? One Oregon utility set out to fix this problem.

Tags: NTEA, Safety, EWEB, Backup Cameras

June 2017, Government Fleet - Feature

Mass. State Police Boost Vehicle Visibility

Photo courtesy of Massachusetts State Police

By Roselynne Reyes

In an effort to improve officer safety, Massachusetts State Police adopted reflective vehicle graphics and more effective lighting.

Tags: Massachusetts, Light Bar, Vehicle Graphics, Safety, Police

March 2012, Government Fleet - WebXclusive

10 Questions to Ask When Considering a Driver Risk Management Program

By Rush Akin

When the time comes to put a safety program in place or enforce the one you currently have, start with drivers -- they can have a huge impact on fleet cost.

Tags: Safety

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