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  • Title: Virtual Risk Manager®
    Descriptive info: .. English.. 简体中文.. Dansk.. Deutsch.. Español.. Français.. Ελληνικά.. Italiano.. 日本語.. Nederlands.. Norsk.. Português.. Русский.. Suomi.. Svenska.. Türkçe.. Español Latino Americano.. Français Canadien.. Português do Brasil.. Interactive Driving Systems is a global provider of fleet risk management solutions.. Our global strategic partnership with.. Zurich Risk Engineering.. ensures local management and implementation support in 35 countries around the world.. Virtual Risk Manager - FLEET delivers our research driven products and services that are proven and independently validated to work, straight to your drivers and managers.. Our mission is to help our clients across the world develop a holistic approach to their fleet risk management strategy that ensures a continuous cycle of activity that saves lives, exceeds global compliance standards, builds brand value and minimises safety, insurance and liability exposures.. We do not believe in waiting for a collision to take place before acting.. Our aim is stop the collisions from happening in the first place! This means all your employees who 'drive for work purposes' are involved in your program.. Our approach is a partnership with our clients - we will provide up to the minute best practice information that influences your drivers attitude and behaviour behind the wheel, you will provide the leadership, discipline and consequence if they choose to behave differently.. Crash Free Culture, our flagship total solution, addresses the following key elements in order to create a long term solution:.. Safety Culture evolution and reinforcement: RiskFOUNDATION.. Pro-active risk assessment of all drivers: RoadRISK..  ...   available to our clients across the globe 24/7.. Our largest client in the world employs over 100,000 drivers and our smallest 5.. We look forward to hearing from you to see if our philosophy and systems meet your objectives.. If you have interest in creating a long term solution that protects your drivers from harm and addresses your fleet risk management needs, please call us to discuss your objectives.. Safe Driving.. Global Technical Support.. Click here.. for our Global HELP and SUPPORT center.. Mission Briefing.. to view the movie.. to link to Zurich's Motor Fleet Risk Management Solutions.. NIOSH Conference.. to view movies and PDFs from Global road safety for workers conference.. Fleet Safety Gap Analysis.. to complete our free 10-question Fleet Safety Gap Analysis.. Awards.. Prestigious Brake awards for Pfizer, Nestlé Mexico, Royal Mail and Iron Mountain.. Read more.. News.. Outcomes from the 6th UK-based Virtual Risk Manager benchmarking group meeting, March 2013.. Contact Us.. Global.. Ed Dubens.. +1 (609) 465 4001.. ed.. dubens@virtualriskmanager.. net.. Western Europe.. Andy Cuerden.. +44 (0) 1484 551060.. andy.. cuerden@virtualriskmanager.. Benelux.. Herold Brinkman.. +31 (0) 657 422 618.. herold.. brinkman@virtualriskmanager.. Eastern Europe.. Artur Grabowiec.. +48 60 007 7714.. artur.. grabowiec@artrisco.. pl.. Africa, Asia and Australasia.. Will Murray.. will.. murray@virtualriskmanager.. USA and Canada.. Paul Sudell.. paul.. sudell@virtualriskmanager.. Latin America.. Estrella Bonales.. +52 (55) 5536-2551.. estrella.. bonales@virtualriskmanager.. Flash Player upto Date?.. Mailing List.. Enter your email address below to join our mailing list.. 2013 Interactive Driving Systems.. All rights reserved..

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  • Title: Virtual Risk Manager®
    Descriptive info: English USA.. Our packages will work on very modest computer systems and even next generation games consoles, all require an active internet connection and they cannot be completed 'offline'.. While the system has been successfully tested on dial-up connections, faster broadband connections will significantly reduce the chance of a connection being dropped and reduce the amount of time needed to complete the training.. Please note, all of our sites are designed to work with Adobe Flash, this allows an improved multimedia performance and enhanced security for our users.. Web browsers using Flash Player plugins prior to version 9.. 0 may cause our site to behave strangely.. Symptoms include the program not loading at all, loss of results or problems with drag and drop and hazard perception exercises.. The safest option to solve this problem is to update to the latest Flash Player from the Adobe website.. This process requires computer administration rights and must be performed by your own IT department.. Home or advanced users may perform the upgrade by following instructions from.. www.. adobe.. com.. Please select your support issue from the list below.. Flash Player?.. Frequently Asked Questions.. Can I be resent my login PIN?.. Yes, after completing the.. following details.. your PIN will be resent.. If we don’t have an email address against your name, your PIN will be sent to your line manager.. I cannot access the One More Second Knowledge checks option from the One More Second Menu.. There are three main reasons the knowledge checks cannot be accessed.. 1.. Make sure that there is a tick beside each learning module, the knowledge checks cannot be started until after there is a tick beside each of:.. Introduction.. What is defensive driving?.. Importance of Attitude and Behaviour.. Hazard Recognition.. Planned System of Driving.. 20 Tips to Save Your Life.. 2.. Once the pass mark has been achieved the knowledge checks cannot be completed.. It is however still possible to revisit each of the learning modules which contain valuable best practice information and advice.. 3.. The computers flash plug-in is out dated and needs updating, you will need to contact your own IT support to complete this procedure.. After trying to sign in all I see is: 'Incorrect details.. Please re-enter your login details'.. Please carefully double check the details you used to log-in, pay particular attention that you are typing in your PIN and VRM company code exactly as described into the correct boxes from your invitation e-mail and you do not accidentally add any extra spaces.. Also please double check that we have spelt your surname correctly in your invitation e-mail and notify your co-ordinator of necessary corrections.. After signing in all I see is a blank page.. Please ask your IT department to update your Adobe Flash Plug-in.. I am a good driver who has never been involved in a traffic incident.. Why am I being asked to take this course?.. We are only able to answer questions regarding technical difficulties associated with the site.. You should contact your manager to discuss why you have been  ...   system.. Some members of my team have not received their invites / How do I add drivers to the system?.. Please contact your company co-ordinator who will be able to confirm the drivers contact details and update us with any changes.. I can only see part of the screen or half of the question.. If a visit to a previous web site has changed the default positioning of a pop up window, reposition the window by clicking holding your left mouse button down in the bar at the top of the window, moving your mouse will then reposition the screen.. The window is quite small is there any way to make it appear larger?.. Clicking the 'maximise' button which can be found in the top right hand corner of the window will switch the system to full screen mode.. How do I check if my 'Flash Player' is up to date?.. Look at the Flash Player checker on this web page, if you see a red cross your adobe flash plug-in should be updated before attempting to access the system.. The Log-in page does not appear.. The most likely cause of the log in page not appearing is a third party product or browser plug-in designed to prevent 'pop-up' advertising.. If this does occur, please consult the documentation or help file for that product.. Typically it will require you hold down the shift key whilst clicking on the link.. OTHER.. If you need any help whatsoever, please email.. support@virtualriskmanager.. OR.. In the UK ring our UK Support Centre on (01484) 551060 Monday to Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm GMT.. Outside of the UK ring our Global Helpline and Support Center on +1 415 445 2131, 24 hours per day / 7 Days per week.. Global Helpline and Support Center.. Interactive Driving Systems Global Helpline and Support Center (Multi Lingual) will report your problem to our Worldwide Operations Center in the UK within an hour of your call.. If you call, they will ask you for:.. Preferred Language:.. Your First Name:.. Last Name:.. Employer:.. Login / PIN:.. Country of Operation:.. Contact Phone Number:.. Work Email Address:.. Nature of the Problem:.. Our Global Helpline and Support Center cannot provide your Virtual Risk Manager Login / PIN over the telephone immediately without us first verifying who you are.. Global data protection and data privacy issues prevent us providing this support over the telephone.. Once our Global Operations Center have verified who you are and you exist on our databases, a copy of your launch email will be sent to the email address we have been provided by your employer within 12 hours of your call Monday to Friday.. Other support enquiries will be followed up within 24 hours Monday to Friday 8 am to 6pm GMT.. Have the information listed above available to help us help you.. The telephone will be answered in English initially - if the call needs multi-lingual support, once a callers language has been identified, a translator (live) fluent in your language will join the call to make sure we understand your needs..

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  • Title: Virtual Risk Manager®
    Descriptive info: Interactive Driving Systems with the National Organization for Youth Safety Coalition.. 16th February 2009.. Interactive Driving Systems is delighted to announce the development of a long term commitment to NOYS, the National Organization for Youth Safety Coalition.. The primary aim of the relationship will be to develop exciting online initiatives to help 16-25 year olds across America develop the behaviors required to keep them safe on US roads.. Nearly 5,000 youths die in road traffic incidents each year in America leaving behind many thousands of friends, parent and loved ones wondering not only why, but what could they have done differently to prevent this horrific lose of life.. Interactive Driving Systems and NOYS initiatives will include, One More Second - an online game environment that the young drivers of America will  ...   be to see what more can be learned about attitudes to safety in this age group to aid in the development of new materials for future release.. The Interactive Driving Systems Road Safety Foundation will be delivering these exciting new materials free of charge to the youth of America, through the extensive reach of the NOYS coalition.. National Organizations for Youth Safety, NOYS, is a coalition of national organizations, business and industry leaders, and federal agencies that focus on youth health and safety.. The mission of the NOYS coalition is to promote youth leadership, and build partnerships that save lives, prevent injuries and enhance safe and healthy lifestyles among all youth.. For more information about NOYS visit.. noys.. org.. Click here to go back to the menu.. Flash Player Upto Date?..

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  • Title: Virtual Risk Manager®
    Descriptive info: We self-certify compliance with:.. export.. gov/safeharbor.. Please read this statement with care prior to using this site.. By using this site, you signify your assent to these terms of use.. If you at all unhappy or disagree with any of the notices contained, please contact us prior to use for clarification.. GENERAL.. This site is owned and operated by Interactive Driving Systems Inc.. , a New Jersey corporation and Interactive Driving Systems Limited, a United Kingdom limited liability entity and their affiliates (collectively, “IDS”).. It is the policy of IDS and its global subsidiaries and affiliates to respect personal data, including sensitive personal data that is collected or maintained by or on behalf of IDS for the benefit of the IDS customers for whom IDS is an authorized service provider.. Many IDS affiliates are themselves corporate entities within the EU and subject to the EU data protection directives.. Other IDS affiliates are outside the EU but are either part of the US/EU Safe Harbor or enter into individual conformed data transfer agreements in accordance with the EU directives.. The Safe Harbor certification assures EU companies and EU regulators that IDS has implemented the necessary measures to secure and protect data IDS receives from the EU or relating to EU residents.. EU DATA PROTECTECTION DIRECTIVE; UNITED STATES / EUROPEAN UNION SAFE HARBOR.. In furtherance of its commitment to protect personal data, IDS has certified to the United States/European Union Safe Harbor Agreement (.. gov/safeharbor/.. ) regarding personal data collected in the European Economic Area that may be transferred to the United States.. IDS privacy policy complies with these privacy principles and where feasible, IDS enters into data transfer agreements and obtains individual consents as to the use of personal data in compliance with such privacy principles.. The Safe Harbor certification assures EU companies and EU regulators that IDS has implemented the necessary measures to secure and protect data it received from the EU or relating to EU residents.. IDS policies and procedures for handling customer information and personal data have been created with the understanding that Internet technologies are still evolving and that Internet business methods are continuing to evolve to meet the needs and opportunities of the changing technologies.. As a result, IDS policies and procedures are subject to change.. NOTICE TO INDIVIDUALS.. By means of delivery of a definitive consent and its acceptance by an individual, IDS or the IDS customers notifies the such individual as to the identity of the data controller, the purposes for which IDS collects, processes and maintains the data and any further information as may be required by the circumstances under which the data is being collected including the types of personal data IDS collects, the recipients or categories of recipients of the data, the proposed transfer of such data to third countries, the types of third parties to which IDS may disclose such data and the right of access to the data.. Notice to such individual is provided in clear conspicuous language at the time of consenting to participation into the service programs or at the time of collection, or as soon as practicable thereafter and before IDS uses or discloses the information for a purpose other than that for which it was originally collected.. CHOICE OF INDIVIDUALS TO PROVIDE PERSONAL DATA.. IDS only uses the personal data of individuals who have provided their consent to collect and use such data either directly to IDS or to their employer which in turn has authorized IDS to collect and use such data.. Individuals can opt out of providing such data by not providing their consent.. For sensitive information, affirmative or explicit (opt in) choice is given such individuals if the information is to be disclosed to a third party not contemplated in the consent or used for a purpose other than its original purpose that is not otherwise contemplated in the consent or has not been subsequently authorized.. PURPOSES FOR WHICH IDS COLLECTS AND USES PERSONAL DATA.. In the course of servicing IDS customers directly and servicing the employees, consultants, agents and representatives, strategic partners and their representative affiliates of such IDS customers indirectly, IDS acquires, collects, maintains, utilizes, discloses and transfers customer and individual communications and information that individuals may regard as private or sensitive.. Some of this information - such as the individual’s name and e-mail address - is provided to IDS by its customers in order to establish service.. Other information - such as the aggregate results of a customer's 'Risk Assessment' and the “risk assessment” of an individual related to such IDS customer- is created and maintained by IDS in the normal course of providing services and is used for research, statistical archival and other analytical purposes.. IDS also uses cookies, which are small pieces of information that a web site can store in a designated file on a user's computer for various reasons.. For example, IDS uses cookies on the last page of the assessment to record the individual's assessment results.. This information is then forwarded to an IDS database facility which currently is located in the EU but subject to a data transfer agreement may be stored outside of the EU.. In addition, IDS may store an individuals' electronic mail and other communications as a necessary incident to the transmission and delivery of those communications.. HOW IS PERSONAL INFORMATION USED?.. IDS will only acquire, collect, maintain, utilize, disclose or transfer individual sensitive personal information at the express instruction/permission of the IDS customer to provide fleet management services and driver assessments to such customer and to undertake research and dissemination of driver safety developments and trends.. Under no circumstances will any personal information be used by IDS for promotion or marketing to  ...   information, there is less opportunity to misuse and abuse personal information.. ACCESS.. IDS customers and their individual employees or drivers are not only concerned about what data is being collected by IDS, they are also concerned that this information is correct and timely.. Providing access to the data that IDS has been provided or collected about an individual allows that person to check the stored information and ensure that it is up-to-date and correct, and that IDS and the IDS customer is doing what it says it is doing about collecting and retaining data.. Accordingly, IDS seeks to require that the IDS customers provide to the individuals whose personal information has been provided to IDS with access to such personal information so as to be able to correct, amend, or delete that information where it is inaccurate, except where the burden or expense of providing access would be disproportionate to the risks to the individual's privacy in the case in question, or where the rights of persons other than the individual would be violated or the integrity of IDS research efforts would be jeopardized.. Expense and burden are important factors and shall be taken into account but they are not controlling in determining whether providing access is reasonable.. The sensitivity of the data is also important in considering whether access should be provided.. ENFORCEMENT.. Effective privacy protection must include verification mechanisms for assuring compliance with these privacy principles, recourse to dispute resolution procedures for individuals to whom the data relate when they are materially affected by non-compliance with these privacy principles, and consequences for IDS, the IDS customer and the individual when these privacy principles are not followed.. IDS has implemented self assessment procedures for verifying that the attestations and assertions IDS has made about its privacy practices are true and that privacy practices have been implemented as presented with appropriate follow up procedures.. IDS has put in place a readily available and affordable independent dispute resolution system that will investigate and resolve individual complaints and disputes and damages awarded where the applicable law or private sector initiatives so provide.. This dispute resolution system is also designed to remedy problems arising out of a failure by IDS, the IDS customer or a disputing individual to comply with these privacy principles that is sufficiently rigorous to ensure compliance.. IDS agree to cooperate with the EU data protection authorities regarding any dispute concerning human resources data.. VERIFICATION.. Under the self-assessment approach to verification, IDS periodically assesses whether its published privacy policy is accurate, comprehensive, prominently displayed, completely implemented, accessible and conforms to the EU and other applicable privacy principles.. IDS‘s self assessments also are designed to indicate that appropriate employee training is in place and that internal procedures for periodically conducting objective reviews of compliance are in place.. A statement verifying the self- assessment prepared and executed by an IDS corporate officer or other authorized representative at least once a year.. In addition, from time to time, IDS at its sole discretion permits a third party to conduct an independent audit of IDS’s privacy policies.. INDEPENDENT DISPUTE RESOLUTION SYSTEM; REMEDIES:.. IDS customers and their related individuals are encouraged to raise any concerns they may have with IDS before proceeding to independent recourse mechanisms.. IDS provides for any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to its privacy policy to be resolved by arbitration in the City of Newark, New Jersey before and in accordance with the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association.. The procedures provide for standard complaint forms to facilitate the complaint resolution process and that the arbitrators are directed in the formulation of any remedy to recommend to IDS as to means and mechanisms by which the effects of noncompliance with its privacy policies are reversed or corrected, in so far as feasible, and that future processing by IDS will be in conformity with its privacy policies and the EU privacy principles and, where appropriate, that processing of the personal data of the individual who has brought the complaint will be in compliance with such policies and principles.. HOW DOES IDS PROTECT THE PRIVACY OF CHILDREN?.. IDS does not knowingly collect or use any personal information from children (IDS defines “children” as minors younger than 13) on IDS web sites.. IDS does not knowingly allow children to order our products, communicate with us, or use any of our online services.. If you are a parent and become aware that your child has provided IDS with information, please contact IDS using any of the methods specified below, and IDS will work with you to address this issue.. YOUR STATE PRIVACY RIGHTS.. Applicable state or local law may provide additional privacy rights.. CHANGES TO THIS PRIVACY STATEMENT.. This privacy statement may be amended from time to time consistent with the requirements of the Safe Harbor and otherwise to reflect technological advancements, legal and regulatory changes and good business practices.. When IDS does update the privacy statement, IDS will also revise the effective date paragraph to provide a “last updated” date.. COMMENTS.. IDS welcomes your comments regarding this privacy statement.. If you believe IDS has not adhered to this statement, please contact us at the addresses below.. IDS will use commercially reasonable efforts to promptly determine and remedy the problem.. You can find out more information about the U.. S.. Department of Commerce Safe Harbor Program at.. UK, EUROPE, AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST.. Interactive Driving Systems Ltd.. Pennine Business Park, 9 Longbow Close, Huddersfield, HD2 1GQ.. ASIA PACIFIC, NORTH & SOUTH AMERICA, CANADA AND THE CARIBBEAN.. Interactive Driving Systems Inc.. PO Box 396, Cape May Court House, New Jersey, 08210, USA.. EFFECTIVE DATE.. This statement is effective as of March 31, 2008..

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  • Title: Virtual Risk Manager®
    Descriptive info: Interactive Driving Systems moves to a new global headquarters and updates corporate logo.. 15th July 2008.. To better serve customer needs, we have relocated to a brand new dedicated state of the art facility in Pennine Business Park, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire in the UK.. Data protection, safe harbour and privacy needs across the world require modern sophisticated physical as well as software controls in place.. Our new facility enables us to better serve client needs in this critically important area of our business.. Dedicated leased lines into our new facility ensure the driver and management data in which we are entrusted continues to benefit from an IT and security infrastructure that will protect it at all times.. Other new facilities include:.. - State of the art conference centre for client meetings  ...   suites for software and support teams.. - On site visitor parking.. We look forward to welcoming you to our new facility.. Tel: +44 (0) 1484 551060.. Fax: +44 (0) 1484 450358.. Full contact details and all our latest news are shown on our website.. We have also taken the opportunity to upgrade our corporate logo, about which European Managing Director Andy Cuerden said: 'We felt it was time for a new look and feel for our brand, and although the chevron based logo has served us well for many years, the new brand is a closer reflection of the current ways in which we are helping clients to reduce their risks on an ongoing, long term, sustainable basis, all the way from initial business case to detailed outcomes evaluation and beyond'..

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    Descriptive info: Due to our concern for the dangers employees face when driving, we pledge to continue to improve work-related road safety.. Interactive Driving Systems® is proud to have signed the European Road Safety Charter.. Over the coming three years (2006-2009), we will work on a voluntary basis with UK-based road safety charities such as Brake, the Association of Industrial Road Safety Officers (AIRSO) and Roadsafe to promote work-related road safety through research, management development, publicity and local community initiatives.. We will continue to publish all our findings and make the information available to interested parties.. Over the last two years, such initiatives and messages have reached over 100,000 people, and we would expect this same level of exposure over the next three years.. We believe there is a great need to engage more large corporate organisations in community road safety processes.. Though our use of the Haddon Matrix as a framework for work-related road safety, we will encourage them to take part in community level activities, develop family member programmes and work closely with road safety charities such as Brake.. With one large  ...   the world, we do over 100 client and industry presentations each year and our industry newsletter goes out at least quarterly to over 5,000 direct contacts, plus many more through cascades.. We can promote our involvement in the Charter through all these channels.. Throughout our commitment period (2006-2009) and beyond we will improve the travel safety of our own employees and thus lead by example by risk-managing their travel safety.. We have recently amended our contracts of employment to include employee travel safety.. Over the coming months, we will review our employee travel survey (last undertaken in 2003).. At present, over half our staff members choose not to drive to work - thus minimising their risks of being involved in a vehicle collision.. As an internet-based organisation, we are also at the forefront of electronic communications, and will continue to encourage our fleet clients to minimise their need to use the road as much as possible.. We will also continue to encourage employees to minimise their travel and to use the safest travel options possible when they do have to make journeys..

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    Descriptive info: ABSTRACT:.. A system and methods that allow for the collection, processing, and distribution of information to promote driver safety.. In an illustrative implementation, a computing application is provided that accepts driver / vehicle accident or incident information, standardizes the driver / vehicle information, identifies critical events, assigns adaptable risk levels to the driver / vehicle information, and processes the driver / vehicle information to recommend customized remediation to the drivers in an effort to  ...   / vehicle behavior, remediation progress risk levels, critical events and information relating to the use of the exemplary computing application.. The exemplary computing application is preferably Web-enabled to allow remote access by drivers and administrators.. All requests for licensing information, please address to:.. CEO.. Interactive Driving Systems.. 109 CH SO Dennis Road.. Cape May Court House.. New Jersey, 08210, USA.. Tel: +1 609 465 4001.. Cell: +1 609 408 5830.. Fax: +1 609 465 9004..

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    Descriptive info: Nestle wins Strategic Risk Awards 2008 - Best Loss Control Stategy.. 25th April 2008.. At the recent ceremony in Paris, Nestle collected the prestigious Strategic Risk Awards 2008 Best Loss Prevention Strategy of the Year gong, principally for programs undertaken by Nestle Waters Europe, Nestle Logistics Private Fleet USA and the on-going leadership provided around the globe by Nestle Group Risk.. The company has taken a 'sound science', data led approach, including application of Virtual Risk Manager , and has included detailed process and outcomes evaluations in all its programs to ensure  ...   this award successfully tackled a mammoth undertaking in a major organisation with a very wide international presence to establish a successful formula for managing a crucial risk.. The Best Loss Prevention Strategy award 2008 goes to Nestle'.. 'This was a great recognition for all the team that have worked on the fleet safety programme, everyone is very proud of what they have achieved and the award is the icing on the cake.. It has also helped to reinforce the safety message'.. Andrew Bradley, Nestle.. StrategicRISK European Best Loss Prevention Strategy winner 2008..

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    Descriptive info: OBJECTIVE: DriverINDEX predictive modeling provides clients with state of the art tools and analysis to aid the identification of their most 'at-risk' drivers for targeted risk reduction activity.. One of the pioneers in predictive modeling, Interactive Driving Systems has been helping clients support their most 'at-risk' drivers since 1999.. DriverINDEX is the next link in the chain following your drivers 'pro-active' RoadRISK assessment.. Once the RoadRISK assessment has identified your drivers strengths and weaknesses, DriverINDEX can then call in data from various 'data universes' to strengthen the predictive nature of the assessment.. As not all clients have or want the full range of data available to them to be included in DriverINDEX for either practical, data protection / privacy concerns or lack of availability, DriverINDEX has been built to enable clients to effectively grow their own custom predictive modeling tool.. In this way, clients can start gently as they get use to the power of the technique and grow as their driver safety culture embraces the opportunity.. Bob Heinisch, VP Safety, Eagle Transport:.. 'We (Eagle) have been using DriverINDEX for the last 9 years to help our terminal and safety managers identify their most at risk drivers for further support and training.. Combining MVR, Crash / Collision and SafeStat data has enabled Eagle to develop a predictive model that stops incidents before they happen, identifies the specific interventions required to help drivers overcome their weaknesses and deliver targeted training where it is most required.. The key to our success is total transparency with our drivers and objectivity of the data.. We do not allow anything in our model that our drivers can dispute'.. DriverINDEX is not designed to swamp a client with data for endless review and analysis - it is designed to present the information that matters in an easy to follow format enabling drivers and managers alike to review their progress towards creating a crash free culture together as a team.. Virtual  ...   have found that including and evaluating metrics that identify and address driver behavioral traits, we can modify habits and eventual drive improved behavior performance through positive interventions over a three to six month time frame.. The unintended consequence of modifying safety behavior is the positive impact on customer service, on-time performance and driver availability.. With 2000 plus drivers, we at Panther Expedited Services, Inc.. have documented performance objectives which DriverINDEX has enabled us to take to a higher level.. It allows us the ability to identify the drivers that need personal attention while allowing us the ability to reward and recognize those that perform flawlessly in relation to their peers.. Pushing individual performance data down to the driver level has proven to be critical to successful management of behavior change as many drivers seek support and guidance on how to drive their own personal safety performance'.. What do we do once we know who our most 'at risk' drivers are?.. Training and management interventions are the key to success.. Once DriverINDEX has helped you identify who to target for support, Virtual Risk Managers.. PATENTED.. management information system can also distribute subject specific RiskCOACH to drivers based on their strengths (reinforcement) and weaknesses.. In this way, clients evolve a responsive system across their organization to keep the safety message alive and current across every tier of the business.. DriverINDEX is profitable!.. Clients over the last few months have started to realize how DriverINDEX pays for itself in days through adding targets for fuel consumption, idling and CO2 emissions.. Eco-DRIVING is one of those rare concepts that crosses the safety / profitability boundary.. As we say in our training Eco-DRIVING is Defensive Driving - one cannot exist without the other.. Key metrics like MPG, CO2 and Idling offer massive opportunities for clients to combine your safety and cost management objectives.. For further information on how DriverINDEX can help you achieve a crash free culture, please contact us..

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    Descriptive info: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Road Safety at Work 2009.. The inaugural international conference on road safety at work, organised by the US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and partners including the World Health Organization, Pan American Health Organization, International Labour Organization, US Department of State, and National Safety Council was held in Washington DC 16-18 February, and attended by more than 220 delegates from 40+ countries.. All the presentations and other outcomes from the conference are shown below.. A summary of the research white paper for the conference is available by.. clicking here.. PhD on occupational road safety completed by Stephanie Pratt from NIOSH.. 2010 World Injury Conference Paper.. To view the Conference book.. The conference wiki page can be seen at:.. http://en.. wikipedia.. org/wiki/Global_road_safety_for_workers.. Several detailed participant case studies were produced by the Fleet Safety Forum.. Since the conference we have been involved in a number of follow-up events around the world.. US Federal government shows occupational road safety leadership by banning texting.. Video presentations from the main sessions and all the available presentations are shown below.. Main Sessions.. Conference Introduction.. Max Lum, Associate Director, OHC, NIOSH.. Video.. Welcome from the U.. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).. Christine Branche, Ph.. D.. , Acting Director, NIOSH.. Presentation slides.. Welcome from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration.. Etienne Krug, M.. , M.. P.. H.. , Director, Department of Injuries & Violence Prevention, WHO.. Welcome from the Ambassador from Oman to the United Nations.. His Excellency, Ambassador Fuad Mubarak Al-Hinai.. Keynote Address #1: Road safety in Costa Rica.. Karla González, Minister of Public Works and Transport, Republic of Costa Rica.. Keynote Address #2: Achieving Goal Zero in Road Safety.. Sam Smolik, Vice President - Global Downstream Health, Safety, Security and Environment, Shell.. The Status of Occupational Road Safety Globally: Capsule Presentation of Conference White Paper.. Ed Dubens, C.. E.. O / President, Interactive Driving Systems.. Dr Will Murray, Research Director, Interactive Driving Systems.. Panel Discussion #1: Developed-economies Perspective.. Jeff Michael, Ed.. , Associate Administrator for Research and Program Development, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.. (Same as below).. John Kennedy, Executive Director for Driver and Roadway Safety, National Safety Council.. (Same as above).. Stephanie Pratt, Research Health Scientist, NIOSH.. Adrian Walsh, Director, RoadSafe.. LaMont Byrd, Director of Safety and Health, International Brotherhood of Teamsters.. Panel Discussion #2: Emerging-market Perspective.. Tony Bliss, Lead Road Safety Specialist, Energy, Transport and Water Department, World Bank.. Duncan Espiga, CEPA.. Simar Preet Kahlon, Corporate SHE Manager, Nestlé India Limited.. Ndeye Awa Sarr, President, LASER International.. State of Occupational Road Safety Globally: Industry Perspective.. Andrew R.. Bradley, Head of Group Risk Services, Nestlé SA.. State of Occupational Road Safety Globally: Policy Perspective.. Claes Tingvall, Dr.. Med.. Soc.. , Director of Traffic Safety, Swedish Road Administration.. Concluding Plenary Session: Findings and Next Steps.. Conference conclusions.. Breakout Sessions.. Track 1: Policy.. T1.. 1 International initiatives.. UN Road Safety Collaboration.. Lori Mooren, University of New South Wales.. Policy change and new perspectives on sharing responsibility for road safety.. Matts-Åke Belin, World Health Organization.. 2 Legal perspectives on fleet management.. Negligent entrustment - When is a license check not enough?.. Paul Farrell, Safety First Systems.. Best practices in fleet risk management: Avoid conflict with privacy regulations and driver expectations.. Stanley Underwood North, LeClair Ryan.. 3 Labor relations perspectives.. Impact of regulation and deregulation, industry structure, pay structure, and hiring practices on road safety.. Michael Belzer, Wayne State University.. Occupational road safety in India.. Param Preet Ghuman, Employee State Insurance Corporation.. 4 Corporate social responsibility.. GRSP: Business,  ...   globe.. Joseph Van Houten and Sandra Lee, Johnson Johnson.. Issues in implementing a global driver safety culture.. Andy Stubbings, Wyeth.. James Dorris, Cummins Inc.. 2 Protecting drivers in emerging markets.. The Fleet Forum 'Fleet Safety Toolkit'.. Rob McConnell, Fleet Forum.. A comprehensive approach to vehicle safety.. Ezana Wondimneh, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (USA).. 3 Regional focus I - Latin America and China.. Strategies to decrease the accidents and costs in a private fleet company.. Miguel Angel Gonzalez Osuna, FEMSA.. The current status of road traffic safety work in China and its countermeasures.. Zhao Rui Ha, State Administration of Work Safety, China.. 4 Regional focus II - India and Vietnam.. Case Study - Vietnam.. Greig Craft, Asia Injury Prevention Foundation.. Road crashes involving heavy vehicles in Bangalore, India: challenges and strategies for prevention.. G.. Gururaj, National Institute for Mental Health and Neuro Sciences.. 5 Regional focus III - Africa.. Occupational Road Safety in South Africa.. Jace Naidoo, Eskom.. Road safety challenges in developing countries.. Ronald Kabuye Ssebunya, National Road Safety Concern, Uganda.. Poster Session.. The attached document provides the abstracts for the posters presented at the conference.. Poster abstracts.. Reducing Traffic Speed within Open Road Work Sites Using Obtrusive Perceptual Countermeasures.. Jesse A.. Allpress, Louis S.. Leland, Jr.. University of Otago, New Zealand.. Poster.. -.. Hazards of the Highways: A Behavior-based Safety Intervention for New Zealand Truck Drivers.. Rebecca Everdon.. Avoiding Equipment-related Injuries in Work Zones.. Jennifer Beaupre.. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, United States.. Drive Safely, Your Family Needs You.. Emmanuel Ansah.. AngloGold Ashanti Ltd.. , Ghana.. Emerging Markets in Road Safety Policies: Insurance Policies for Road Users in Developing Countries.. Tomukum Chia, Numfor Jackson, and Remigius Funwie.. Global Centre for Compliance, Hazards and Disaster Management, Office of Disaster Preparedness, Outer Space Application and Emergency Response, GLOCECOHADIM, Cameroon.. Road Traffic Safety: A Big Challenge in the Developing World A Uganda (East Africa) Case Study.. Ronald Ssebunya.. National Road Safety Concern, Uganda.. The Health and Safety of Transport Workers in the European Union.. Sarah Copsey, Elke Schneider, Xabier Irastorza, Véronique de Broeck, Marthe Verjans.. European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA).. Successful OSH and Safety Interventions of Road Haulage Drivers in Transport Companies*.. Paula Kärmeniemi, Jari Stengård, Seppo Olkkonen, Riia-Liisa Pulkkinen, and Aira Ylä-Outinen.. The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health.. Traffic Deaths at Work in Finland 2001-2005.. Seppo Olkkonen, Simo Salminen, Paula Kärmeniemi.. Finnish Institute of Occupational Health.. Esa Räty.. Traffic Safety Committee of Insurance Companies, Finland.. Safe and Healthy Professional Drivers-Recommendations for Occupational Health Care Services.. Aira Ylä-Outinen, Paula Kärmeniemi, Jaana Laitinen, Jari Latvala, Seppo Olkkonen and Markku Saino, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health.. Prevalence of Non-Standard Safety Helmet Use among Food Delivery Workers in Malaysia.. Kulanthayan K.. C.. Mani.. University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Guidance on the Management of Work-related Road Risk-an Initiative by Great Britain's Department for Transport.. Britta Lang.. Transport Research Laboratory, United Kingdom.. Increasing Road Worker Safety in The Netherlands.. Anita Venema.. TNO Work and Employment, The Netherlands.. Berend Brinkhuis.. Van den Berg Infrastructures, The Netherlands.. Road Safety at Work Data in The Netherlands.. Anita Venema and Maartje Bakhuys Roozeboom.. Using Crash Outcomes Data Evaluation System (CODES) to Analyze Work-related Motor Vehicle Crashes.. Steven M.. Thygerson.. Brigham Young University, United States.. A Review of Fatigue Risk Management Systems and their potential for managing fatigue within the UK Road Transport Industry.. Carina Fourie, Alexandra Holmes, and Paul Jackson.. Clockwork Research Ltd.. Case study of Brake the Road Safety Charity.. Katie Shephard.. Brake.. Road safety in Mexico and information needs.. Dr.. Jose-Antonio Romero-Navarrete.. University of Queretaro, Mexico..

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