Fleet risk affects businesses of all sizes, and it is easy to overlook the areas that leave you open to misfortune. Did you know that approximately 20% of a company’s vehicles will be involved in an accident this year? Correspondingly, commercial auto insurance costs in the construction industry are on the rise due to losses originating from less experienced drivers, increased litigation and large plaintiff awards. In many cases, these losses are driven by issues of substance abuse, distracted driving and driver fatigue.
There is, however, more you can do to uncover your exposures and control costs. Join HUB’s experts to learn how to manage your company’s fleet and its drivers in order to become a more desirable “risk” in the eyes of insurance underwriters, and protect your people, property and profit.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- The insurance market landscape and its impact on construction;
- Differing fleet exposures and why continuous risk management is critical; and
- Ways you can build or improve your fleet risk management program with technology, driver training and incentives, policies and procedures, and more.