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How the Driving Monitor system covers your corporate duty-of-care

 
Risk Monitor
 

Risk Monitor - risk assess your employees

All employers have a duty-of-care under current Health & Safety legislation (see HSE guidelines Driving at Work – Managing Work-Related Road Safety) to regularly risk assess an employee who drives on company business (even if they only drive once or twice a year). Here’s a few useful key facts:

  • Easily deploy a simple 15 minute web-based assessment
  • Areas covered include Hazard Perception, Theory, Laws & Attitude
  • Full risk assessment report instantly available for managers

 

 
 
Training Monitor
 

Training Monitor - risk reduction training

Reduce the accidents your employees are having using our suite of driver safety training options. From online eLearning modules, webinars and classroom workshops right up to in-vehicle driver training - Driving Monitor can deliver a bespoke package to suit your driver needs.

  • Reduce employee incidents and vehicle repair costs
  • Reduced wear & tear on vehicles with our ECO driving options
  • Reduce insurance premiums with our risk management package

 

 
 
Telematics Monitor
 

Telematics Monitor - driver behaviour

For the first time you can now link driver telematics directly with the Driving Monitor driver risk profiling system. This powerful integration allows for black-box technology from the vehicle to be fed into the web risk profiling platform - giving you a traffic light system to manage risk.

  • Get one simple dashboard with clear data on who needs to be managed
  • Links with Risk Monitor & Training Monitor to reduce driver risks
  • Driver behaviour monitored and training given to repeat offenders

 

 
 
Licence Monitor
 

Licence Monitor - DVLA licence checks

All employers have a duty-of-care to ensure any staff who drive for work have a valid driving licence. From an initial check for new starters to continual checks through the year Driving Monitor uses its unique industry leading Licence Monitor platform to link with the DVLA.

  • We re-check licences based on risk points, see how
  • Direct secure feed from the DVLA database in Swansea
  • Instant checks available in under 1 second - no waiting

 

 
 
Fleet Monitor
 

Fleet Monitor - managing grey fleets

You may be managing your commercial vehicles & company cars - but are you ensuring your grey fleet drivers (staff who use their own car or cash allowance) have cars safe to drive for work? Fleet Monitor does all of this for you with these checks done automatically.

  • Tax, Insurance & MOT checks done all year round
  • You get full web dashboards & reports alerting you to any issues
  • You can even ensure grey fleet vehicles have the correct business use insurance cover

 

 
 
Accident Monitor
 

Accident Monitor - managing accidents

A key aspect of driver risk management is understanding how accidents occur. The Accident Monitor module allows you to cross reference key accident data with other data sets for the first time (i.e. DVLA data, fleet data, telematics feeds and much more). Now in one set of web dashboards you get a birds-eye-view of why accidents occur.

  • Easily analyse accident trends in your fleet
  • Identify links with accidents, points on licence and driver risk profiles
  • Link your own accident management systems with the driver risk profiler

 

 
 
Task Monitor
 

Task Monitor - taking care of all your admin

Any driver risk management programme is only as good as it's back-office systems. The Task Monitor module takes care of all your 'administration' needed to chase up drivers and provides simple reports to key managers. You need to feel confident that nothing will be missed with any of your driver checks - so you can sit back and relax.

  • System reminders and alerts with configurable options
  • Custom reports delivered straight to your managers or administrators
  • Unique reminder dates against each driver on their tasks (photocard expiry, MOT renewal, assessment refresher & Insurance due etc.)

 

 
 
Knowledge Monitor
 

Knowledge Monitor - powerful risk reports

Any driver risk management programme is only as good as it's back-office systems. The Task Monitor module takes care of all your 'administration' needed to chase up drivers and provides simple reports to key managers. You need to feel confident that nothing will be missed with any of your driver checks - so you can sit back and relax.

  • System reminders and alerts with configurable options
  • Custom reports delivered straight to your managers or administrators
  • Unique reminder dates against each driver on their tasks (photocard expiry, MOT renewal, assessment refresher & Insurance due etc.)

 

 

The driver risk management life-cycle 'integrated' approach

This integrated approach from DrivingMonitor connects all of your duty-of-care obligations under one simple roof using the central web portal and manager dashboards. By connecting DVLA licence checks with your driver risk assessments, training records, vehicle data, accident information and overall audit trail this allows you a full birds-eye-view of your fleet.
The beauty of this 'integrated' approach is this frees your staff up from trying to connect all of these systems together You can save up to 70% of admin time that would be normally be wasted by your staff trying to cross-referencing all these separate systems using spreadsheets (which become out of date very quickly) using manual time-consuming processes. So rather than trying to use Excel to cross reference licence checks with risk assessments and other data, the DrivingMonitor system does it all in the background for you.
 

1. Evaluate the risk

The first step in managing the risk of drivers is to evaluate each driver's exposure to risk. In the wheel diagram you can see we use RiskMonitor and TrainingMonitor. You can click the links below to explore more about each module.

In this 1st phase we use:

In the driver evaluation stage we can identify the current risk levels and also recommend appropriate 'interventions' to help reduce any areas of risk highlighted.

 

2. Profile the driver

The second step in managing the risk of drivers is to build up a more accurate picture of the.

In this 2nd phase we use:

In the driver profiling stage we can identify any additional risks connected with the driver and also recommend appropriate 'interventions' to help reduce any areas of risk highlighted.

 

3. Monitor the progress

The final step in managing the risk of drivers is to ensure there is a system in place for monitoring the on-going driver checks.

In this last phase we use:

In the driver monitoring stage we can ensure tasks are being completed by drivers and managers are alerted to any potential issues, and also ensure reports are running each week/month.

 

 

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