Trakm8 are sponsoring the upcoming Global Fleet Champions webinar about planning safer journeys by focusing on driver behaviour.
Journey scheduling and routing and the impact on driver behaviour will be discussed by expert speakers at a Global Fleet Champions webinar that will be broadcast on Tuesday 1 June.
The free road safety webinar will cover how drivers react to different road types and how to schedule journeys to ensure they are as safe as possible.
Panellists will also discuss how technologies can help them plot safer journeys, and what good journey scheduling and routing policies look like.
This webinar is sponsored by Trakm8, a leader in technology solutions for fleet management.
The webinar will be relevant for fleet and health and safety managers, as well as transport managers and HR professionals.
Speakers will include:
- Alison Moriarty, Fleet Risk Director, Driive
- Dr Lisa Dorn, Director of Research and Development, Driver Metrics
- Michael Zano, Regional Manager, SHEQ, Unitrans
- Matthew Newman, Route Optimisation Specialist, Trakm8
Scott Williams, Head of Programme Delivery at Brake, the road safety charity, said: “Poorly planned journeys increase the chance of a crash occurring. Long hours behind the wheel and demanding schedules affect drivers’ ability to focus on the road, while routes plotted through busy areas increase the risk to other road users. This webinar will offer fleet managers a new perspective on keeping all road users safe.”
Matthew Newman, Route Optimisation Specialist at Trakm8, said: “Careful route planning is a crucial aspect of fleet management that can have important knock-on effects, especially regarding driver safety. Brake’s essential work in this area is providing drivers and fleet managers with key information to use when planning routes, and at Trakm8 we are pleased to be partnering with Global Fleet Champions to share some of our route planning expertise.”
All fleets are invited to register for the webinar here: https://globalfleetchampions.org/events/journey-scheduling-and-routing-and-the-impact-on-driver-behaviour/