Do your employees who drive on company business understand it may be safer to make three right turns than to make a left turn? Can they adjust their mirrors and reduce the blind spots on the sides of their vehicle? How are they behaving behind the wheel?
Driver training and vehicle-use policies can lessen the chance that your employee will be involved in an accident while driving for business. Better driving performance may also lead to lower fuel costs and extend the life of your company’s vehicle. While vehicle management is of greatest concern to companies that have multiple vehicles, even owning a 15-person van puts a company at risk.
Risk Control Bulletins
Topics in this educational series related to vehicle management include:
Driver Performance That Goes Beyond Driver Safety
Your company has a safety program. Does it include training on how to avoid vehicle accidents? Because most vehicle accidents are caused by driver error, CNA Risk Control has developed a SORCE® course for drivers, “Does Your Safety Behavior Include Driving?” which provides simple steps a driver can follow to prevent accidents.
CNA has also teamed with GreenRoad, the leader in driving performance and safety management, to help you and your employees make smarter driving decisions. GreenRoad reports that the companies it works with on average reduce their crash rates by 50 percent while saving up to 10 percent on fuel costs.
Your SORCE ® for Risk Control Education
From a small business to a large commercial enterprise, exposure to risk can result in business loss and interruption. CNA’s School of Risk Control Excellence (SORCE ®) can educate you in industry-leading loss prevention, risk management and risk transfer techniques. These complimentary, educational seminars cover pertinent topics such as how to protect your company from auto negligent entrustment losses and how to control your exposure when employees drive their own vehicle on company business.
SORCE ® On Demand
SORCE® On Demand provides instant access to our library of risk control courses. These courses are based on proven adult-learning principles and the latest regulatory requirements. They address concerns such as distracted driving, accident investigation and van safety.
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