Automotive Fleet

SEP 2013

Magazine for the car and truck fleet and leasing industry

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caption caption caption caption caption caption caption caption caption caption caption. 2013 FLEET SAFETY CONFERENCE ries, and costs. Among conference highlights were sessions on how to perform a successful safety audit, integrating personal use and feet safety; how to efectively use predictive analytics to identify and help at-risk drivers; how to legally and ethically obtain MVR records; the legal implications of using black box technology; an overview of new and emerging safety technology from the major OEMs; how to use red light cameras to efectively identify at-risk drivers; and the presentation of the Fleet Safety Award to Johnson & Johnson's Director of Worldwide Fleet Safety Sandra Lee (see page 42 for more details on this year's Fleet Safety Award winner.) In addition, there were sessions specifcally geared to truck feets, covering the connection between driver health and safety, an update on CSA regulations, and mediumduty truck safety. Networking also played a big part at the Fleet Safety Conference with evening receptions each night. AF NETS' Jack Hanley discussed the use of benchmarking to increase feet safety. Opening keynoter Joseph McKillips outlined how Abbott successfully CEI's Vincent Brigidi co-presented adopted a world-wide ban on effectively using red light on driver cell-phone use violations to identify at-risk drivers. while driving. Rite-Aid's Debbie Struna, Wheels' Ted Lewin, Mondelez's John Dmochowsky, and Forest Pharmaceuticals' Theresa Belding discussed the ups and downs of personal use. John Dmochowsky of Mondelez and Dan Frank of Wheels take a break from networking. Fleet Response's Jeff Fender (at podium) led the Fleet Safety Conference's fnal panel featuring (l-r) ITW's Keith Scolan, Ameripride Services' Banny Allison, Syngenta's Pam Chandler, and vRide's Mark Kreindler about leveraging internal partnerships to build a successful feet safety program. Jack Hanley of NETS, Conference Chair and AF Editor Mike Antich, and Rachel Johnson of Konecranes posed for the camera. 40 AUTOMOTIVE FLEET I SEPTEMBER 2013 Dan Shive of LeasePlan (center) made a point during a conversation with colleagues. Keynoter Jack Hanley of NETS felded questions during the opening night reception.

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