Construction Fleet Safety: Your Blueprint for Controlling Costs and Risks
Approximately 20 percent of a company’s vehicles will be involved in an accident this year, and commercial auto insurance costs are increasing. What can you do to control costs for your construction business and protect your people? Learn the ways to develop your fleet risk safety program and become a more desirable “risk” to insurance underwriters.
How to Increase Your Fleet’s Efficiency and Safety With Telematics
Telematics – the technology of sending vehicle data – sounds exciting, but is it useful for construction fleets? In this webinar, Tenna will explain how telematics can be used by a wide variety of construction companies in both passenger and heavy-duty commercial vehicles to help coordinate fleets, minimize maintenance costs and improve safety.
Fleet Trends: What Construction Businesses Should Expect in 2017
This webinar will cover what construction businesses need to know about fleet trends going into 2017.
• Vehicle Acquisitions
• Fuel Management
ELD Is Here: Is Your Fleet Prepared?
Is your construction fleet ready for ELD? Now that the rules have been officially laid out, construction businesses affected by the mandate need to research technology options to make sure they are compliant before the end of 2017. Attend this webinar to learn more about ELD, HOS solutions, and how ELD will affect your fleet operations.
Mitigating Liability on Multiemployer Worksites
How do you mitigate contractor risks when performing work on various jobsites? As the safety leader, you can ensure every step in your contractor management journey includes the same safety culture from the top down with a strong technology solution.