Unfortunately, most organizations have experienced some sort of fleet-auto related incident. Just being involved in an accident is awful, but it is much more terrifying to be at fault. This fear keeps the business owner up at night; one claim could mean a serious financial hit or closure of their business. It compels a fleet manager to take a candid look at how they train, qualify, and sustain the skills of a safe driver. It weighs on the driver because one at-fault incident could mean the end of his professional career.
EHS expert, Eric Glass, covers the tough questions that need to be addressed in distracted driving scenarios and solutions that, sometimes, require some outside help or consultation.
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