You don't have to manage a fleet of trucks to think about risky drivers. In fact anyone who gets behind the wheel on behalf of your organization qualifies as a "company driver." And what's more - studies have shown that 40% of your company's risk comes from just 10% of its drivers.
Learn how you can get in front of this risk by implementing your own driver monitoring program. This discussion will also include attorney Tommy Eden's advice on developing a policy for addressing not only on-duty infractions, but the trickier off-duty infractions as well.
This program is pre-approved for HRCI and SHRM credits.
|This program has been approved for 1 recertification credit hour toward PHR®, SPHR® and GPHR® recertification through the HR Certification Institute.||This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP℠ or SHRM-SCP℠.|
Who Should Watch:
- HR Managers
- C-Level Suite
- Safety & Security Directors
- Risk Managers
- Corporate Attorneys
- Compliance & Ethics Personnel
What You'll Learn:
- What is driver monitoring?
- Who needs it?
- How does it work?
- What time/resources does it need?
- What are the risks of not doing it?
- How do you handle infractions?
- How can you help reduce risk and protect your company?
About the Presenters:
is Vice-President of Channel Partnerships at SambaSafety. He has spent 30 years working with software and professional services companies, and leads Samba’s efforts to identify partnerships that will expand the value they bring to their clients, and ultimately keep the roads safe for everyone.
is Partner at Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP. He serves as outside counsel to EBI and has developed employer policies in all 50 states and all DOT Agency modes. Tommy is a national speaker on labor, employment, and drug testing law.
Curt is a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional with a B.S. from Eastern Michigan University in Criminal Justice. Prior to EBI, Curt held executive compliance roles with TransUnion, Acxiom, and SterlingBackcheck.
is a news anchor and journalist with nearly 20 years of experience in front of the camera. She's worked in several markets, large and small, and has performed nearly every task needed in a newsroom. As EBI's Screening News Editor, she keeps EBI's customers and blog subscribers up-to-date on the latest screening news and legislative alerts affecting companies of all sizes.