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Fleet FAQ? Fleet Safety & Risk Management

Q. We’re just setting up our safety program — and we’ve been having some debates internally about what should be included — can you help?

A. First, never adopt a cookie-cutter safety program. What works for one fleet, may completely derail your efforts at promoting safety among your drivers. That being said, there are several elements that even the most customized programs share. Once you’ve determined the pain points you want to address — for example, high-risk drivers or the primary causes of crashes — you’ll need to outline the primary elements of the program. They can include, but aren’t limited to: • A well-defined safety policy • Consequences for violations • Best remediation tactics • Program implementation steps • Metrics to identify the severity of a violation or risky behavior • How success is defined

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Answered by : Brian Kinniry

Senior Director, Strategic Services

As a 14-year CEI veteran, Brian Kinniry is the driving force behind the company’s product strategy and development. His senior leadership position, deep product knowledge, and familiarity of client needs provides Brian with the strategic insights necessary to deliver technological advancements that disrupt the fleet industry and provide value to CEI’s fleet clients and their drivers.

As a 14-year CEI veteran, Brian Kinniry is the driving force behind the company’s product strategy and development. His senior leadership position, deep product knowledge, and familiarity of client needs provides Brian with the strategic insights necessary to deliver technological advancements that disrupt the fleet industry and provide value to CEI’s fleet clients and their drivers.

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