FleetRisk are committed to making fleets low-risk and low-cost. Our case studies are designed to generate a deeper understanding of both inefficiencies and the risks faced. They emphasise that it's not so much the collection of data that's important. Instead it's the engagement with the feedback, at both managerial and employee level, that's the critical factor in generating safety and cost benefits.
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What’s happening within a fleet? What does the utilisation of vehicles (a major asset) look like? What risk behaviours are being undertaken by employees when they’re driving? What’s the link between safe driving and eco-driving?
When looking to change driver behaviour, is having a WH&S policy and providing drivers with access to data enough in itself? What do the risk behaviours look like when there’s no supervisor feedback and coaching to drive the process?
Can good driving behaviours be maintained once driver feedback is removed? To what extent are risk behaviours moderated longer term? Where are we seeing slippage, and to what degree?
Is there a difference between drivers who actively engage with the feedback as opposed to those who don't? If so, to what degree? What learnings can we take out of this to enhance driver-behaviour interventions going forward?
Using insurance-grade IVMS (In-Vehicle-Monitoring Systems), can sustainable improvements, over-and-above ‘the Hawthorne Effect’, be made in driver behaviour over the long-term?
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No feedback or coaching
Access to data, no coaching
Feedback, then removed
The impact of engagement
Outcome of Learnings
Our approach has been refined by a deeper understanding of driver-behaviour risk and how to deliver actionable feedback. We generate sustainable outcomes, as illustrated by this recent case study:
State-based not-for-profit organisation
Operating vehicles >4.5T
Results below generated over a 2.5 year period