Trimble Driver Safety has a range of features to help inform managers and the drivers themselves about driving style and where improvements can be made. You can set the acceptable parameters of safe driving within your business, then Driver Safety shows how teams and individuals are adhering to those set benchmarks and scores drivers based on their performance.
Driver Safety reports are key in identifying poor driver style and the greatest risk areas within the fleet. Reports can be automatically scheduled to show a range of metrics and can be sent to the fleet or safety departments to help track trends and monitor poor drivers. In addition, real-time alerts allow you to immediately highlight any issues and react to put it right as quickly as possible.
Driver Safety reporting includes:
Driver Safety Console to give a quick overview of driver safety scores
Driver Scorecards to help evaluate overall driving skills
Map to display where harsh maneuvers took place
- Exception Reports that capture speeding and maneuvering events, as well as non-conformance to company targets, in real-time
Carbon Reports to record fleet carbon emission data and CO2 output
Driver Safety optional in-vehicle hardware provides the driver with instant feedback about their driving behavior so they can make immediate changes. A range of traffic light signals, in red, amber and green, let a driver know in real-time if their driving style falls below the accepted parameters set by the company so they can instantly mitigate any unsafe driving. Over time, this helps them learn better driving techniques and helps ensure you save fuel, have safer drivers and protect your company's reputation.
As part of the FieldMaster Technician mobile application, that comes as standard with Trimble Driver Safety, drivers can now view their driving behavior information on their smart device. This helps them to see where improvements can be made and how they are ranked against their team in terms of safe driving.
Drivers will have access to:
- Driver Scorecards for braking, acceleration, speeding and turning
- Overall safety scores for the last 7 days
- Their Scorecard ranking within the team
- Average team scores
- Total number of acceptable, moderate and hard maneuvers
- A daily driver safety tip
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