NETS 2012 Fleet Safety Benchmark Survey: Top Performing Fleets Review Cell Phone Records of Drivers Following All Collisions

521,000 vehi­cles, 9.8 bil­lion miles of trav­el yield fleet safe­ty best prac­tices

The Net­work of Employ­ers for Traf­fic Safe­ty (NETS) 2012 fleet safe­ty bench­mark study revealed that the safest fleets have writ­ten poli­cies restrict­ing the use of mobile devices and check mobile phone records after all col­li­sions, regard­less of sever­i­ty. Traf­fic crash­es remain the num­ber one cause of work­place death and injury, cost­ing employ­ers in excess of $60 bil­lion annu­al­ly, accord­ing to the Nation­al High­way Traf­fic Safe­ty Admin­is­tra­tion.

The 2012 STRENGTH IN NUMBERS fleet safe­ty bench­mark­ing study is the largest exam­i­na­tion of fleet vehi­cle safe­ty ever con­duct­ed by the orga­ni­za­tion. The lat­est study involved a col­lec­tive fleet of 521,000 vehi­cles and 9.8 bil­lion miles trav­eled. Near­ly 50 per­cent of par­tic­i­pat­ing com­pa­nies were in the For­tune 500. Learn more

 

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