Driver Metrics Newsletter, Includes :Blue Light Forum 2018 - Safety Culture - The Essential Guide to Driver Risk Assessment - Telematics Feedback Strategies
Welcome to the newsletter. This month we include news about our forthcoming Blue Light Forum and advice from Dr Lisa Dorn on building a positive safety culture. In the meantime, if we can be of any assistance, please do get in touch.
Richard Hill, Managing Director
Blue Light Forum
2018 Registration is now open for the DriverMetrics® Blue Light Forum on 28th August. The event, at Jurys Inn, Hinckley, will explore the latest research and best practice in behavioural based approaches to emergency services driving.
Registration is free for anyone involved in driver safety in the emergency services.
View the Programme and Register
Positive Safety Culture
Fleet Manager magazine recently featured an article by DriverMetrics®
Research Director, Dr Lisa Dorn, on developing a positive fleet safety culture.
In her article, Lisa looks at five key steps to implementing a positive safety culture in order to reduce the risk of collisions.
Read the Article
Driver Risk Assessment - The Essential Guide
Driver profiling is the foundation of any risk management strategy. So, we've published our essential guide to the what, why and how of driver risk assessment
Read the Article
This month on the blog...The blog features articles on a range of topics including: 4 Reasons Why Overconfident Drivers Can Increase Fleet Crash Risk, How to Identify and Change Thrill Seeking Driver Behaviours and 5 Telematics Feedback Strategies to Change Driver Behaviour.
Neil Godfrey has rejoined DriverMetrics as Marketing Director. Neil worked with DriverMetrics from the very beginning in 2005, until 2014. He is looking forward to working with clients and partners.
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