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NSW Chapter Seminar Series – Strategies for Delivering Safer Fleets

Online

Tim Roberts: Principal Consultant, fleetstrategy Jerome Carslake: Professional Leader of the National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP)   When: 9th June 2020, 3:30pm to 4:30pm (AEST) Where: Webinar -Register at https://unsw.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5yzn220mcuy0Gwt   Abstract: Within a fleet strategy framework, an organisation must address four key elements; •Why they manage a fleet…

Tim Roberts: Principal Consultant, fleetstrategy
Jerome Carslake: Professional Leader of the National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP)

 

When:
9th June 2020, 3:30pm to 4:30pm (AEST)

Where:
Webinar -Register at https://unsw.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5yzn220mcuy0Gwt

 

Abstract:
Within a fleet strategy framework, an organisation must address four key elements;
•Why they manage a fleet
•What standards they aspire to
•How they deliver their business services
•The tools used to do so.

This session will look at the overall issues of implementing a ‘safe fleet’ strategy focusing on passenger and light commercial assets.

Responsible fleet operators always strive to deliver the safest mobile workplace for their workers. Often, at the top of the priority list, is the development of fleet specifications that focus on the inclusion of the highest levels of both passive and active safety features.

However, it’s not sufficient to simply mandate the inclusion of vehicle safety features in a complex business environment. Beyond ‘safety’, fleet purchasing decisions must be filtered through a series of effectiveness, affordability and sustainabilityassessments. Decisions on the uptake of new technologies (notably active safety and vehicle telematics) must also be cognisant of external market influences, internal culture, driver education, training and management.

Jerome and Tim will provide insights into the development of a vehicle strategy beyond a checklist of vehicle essentials, including a safe systems approach to fleet safety, relevant policies, potential operational and cultural roadblocks. They will also explore where misconceptions and barriers may emerge when the system based approach in an organisation breaks down and silos reign.



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