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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS… Fleet Safety Benchmarking Collaborating to Reduce Crashes, Injuries, and Fatalities. Jack Hanley Executive Director Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) International Conference on Road Safety at Work Washington, D.C. February 17, 2009.

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Fleet Safety Benchmarking

Collaborating to Reduce Crashes,

Injuries, and Fatalities

Jack Hanley

Executive Director

Network of Employers

for Traffic Safety (NETS)

International Conference on

Road Safety at Work

Washington, D.C.

February 17, 2009

contents

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Contents
  • Background and mission………………………2
  • Profile of participating companies…………….3
  • Benchmark objectives………………………….4
  • Business case…………………………………..5
  • Scope…………………………………………….6
  • Types of drivers and types of vehicles……….7
  • Metrics and Program Elements……………….9
  • Best practices summary................................11
  • CPMM, Program Elements results................12
  • Critical success factors..................................23
  • Statistical analyses........................................24
  • Summary and conclusions............................25

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strength in numbers fleet safety benchmarking
STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…Fleet Safety Benchmarking
  • Started in 1994
    • Mostly big pharma in early years
    • Funded by J&J through 2006
    • Funded by Monsanto Co. 2007
  • 2008
    • Under auspices of Network of Employers for Traffic Safety
    • Collect global and by-country benchmark data

Mission is to reduce crashes, injuries, fatalities among member companies and to model safe driving in the

  • communities where member companies operate

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profile of participating companies

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Profile of Participating Companies
  • Pharma
  • Ag
  • Automotive
  • Beverage
  • Chemical
  • Consumer
  • Delivery/Logistics mgmt
  • Insurance
  • Medical
  • Manufacturing
  • Oil
  • Service

28 Companies

249,000 Total Vehicles

6 Billion Total Miles Driven

104 Countries

Anonymity is maintained

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strength in numbers benchmark objectives
STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…Benchmark Objectives
  • Improve the vehicle safety record of participating companies
  • Establish common definitions to permit cross-comparisons
  • Be a vehicle safety role model to other companies and organizations
  • Share best practices among participants
  • Provide a network to assess and resolve vehicle safety-related concerns/issues
  • Provide a network to assess the benefits of emerging vehicle technologies
  • Provide resources to assist companies wanting to develop a road safety program

Share best practices to put in place a cost effective, integrated, and comprehensive vehicle safety program

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justification business case

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Justification/Business Case
  • eco3
    • economic cost of crashes
    • economic cost of poor driving habits
    • ecological cost to the environment

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benchmark scope

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Benchmark Scope
  • Metrics
    • By country
  • Program Elements
    • By country/world area
  • Light Vehicles
    • Sedans, SUVs, Pick-up Trucks, Mini-vans
  • Medium (10,000-25,999 lbs.)
  • Heavy (>26,000 lbs)
  • 2 and 3-wheeled motorized

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Types of Vehicles Covered by Survey

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Metrics

  • Collisions
    • 46,734 Total
    • Composite: 8.34 CPMM
    • Range : 0.48-16.89 CPMM
  • Injuries
    • 1,334 Total
    • Composite: 0.25 IPMM
    • Range : 0.0-1.48 IPMM
  • Fatalities
    • 9 Total
  • % of Fleet in Crash
    • Composite: 20%
    • Range : 1-31%

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Benchmark Program Elements

  • Policies
  • High risk drivers
  • Collision review process
  • Driver education/training
  • Commentary Drives
  • Crash review process
  • Deductible charge policy
  • Use of technology
  • Vehicle safety features
  • Metrics reporting process
  • Severity indices
  • Vehicle safety communication
  • Vehicle safety outreach programs
  • Green fleet initiatives
  • Vehicle safety critical success factors
  • Telemetrics and telematics

Statistical analysis is done to determine which Program Elements correlate to lowest CPMMs

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Best Practices

(Based on lowest CPMMs)

  • Universal Practice
  • Seatbelts
  • Best Practices (Statistically significant)
    • Complete mobile phone ban by ALL LEADING companies
    • Collision reviews required by ALL LEADING companies

Additional commonalities from 5 leading companies

    • Seat belts and air bags
    • Training for tenured drivers
    • Classroom format used
    • Immediate manager involved
    • Follow-up action required
    • Lessons learned shared
    • Mgmt meeting presentations

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Fleet Size and Collision Frequency

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

2007 CPMM by Company

  • APMM Range: 0.48 to

16.89

  • 27 companies
  • Company numbers assigned by APMM
  • Based on passenger-vehicle

data

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

2007 CPMM by Country

2007 APMMs by Country

(Passenger Vehicles)

3.59

BRAZIL

CANADA

6.82

14.28

FRANCE

11.42

GERMANY

15.83

ITALY

14.95

JAPAN

Country

13.51

MEXICO

13.69

RUSSIA

14.24

SPAIN

11.21

UNITED KINGDOM

UNITED STATES

7.46

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APMM

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

CPMM by World Region

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Fleet Safety Policies

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Mobile Phone Policy

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Ban vs. Permit Hands-free

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Reasons for Not Banning Mobile Phones

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Phone Records for Collisions

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Reporting and Severity

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Green Fleet Programs

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Critical Success Factors

( Fleet Safety Manager Opinions)

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statistical analyses results

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…

Statistical Analyses Results
  • Based on the 2006 and 2007 data years,
  • the following correlate best with low CPMMs…
  • Frequent measuring of CPPM
  • Reporting of serious crashes to senior management
  • Frequent training of company drivers
  • Total cell phone use ban

Note: There is no correlation between fleet size and CPMM

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strength in numbers summary and conclusions
STRENGTH IN NUMBERS…Summary and Conclusions

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Benchmark Program

  • Administered by Network of Employers for Traffic Safety
  • Annual survey
  • Global membership
  • Comprehensive
    • Metrics and Program Elements
    • Low cost/high return
    • For all fleet sizes, public and private organizations
    • Engages People, Processes, and Technology
    • Includes 2 newsletters
  • Annual post-benchmark best practices conference

For information on participating in NETS’ STRENGTH IN NUMBERS

Benchmark program, please email lstevens@trafficsafety.org

QUESTIONS?

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