Many people focus on the health and safety benefits of driver risk management, but there is less attention given to the residual benefits that can be harnessed for your business. Here we share the latest article from Ed Dubens, Founder and CEO of eDriving who delves into the hidden benefits of a driver risk management program.
1. A reduction in injuries and lost workdays
When employees suffer injuries that keep them away from the office, the resulting drop in productivity can spell serious trouble for your business if left untreated. Additionally, if you find yourself needing to recruit temporary workers or permanent replacements for injured employees there can be a lot of additional costs involved.
2. Reduced likelihood of liability suits
Risk management is often at the core of safety initiatives, and good driver risk management will help you reduce the risk of your workers and vehicles used for work purposes being involved in at-fault collisions. A system that includes Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) checks will help reduce the risks associated with managing drivers for work.
Visit the eDriving website to read more
To see the full list of hidden driver risk management benefits, take a look at the article from Ed on the eDriving website.