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Organization and technology interventions to improve safe and eco driving. P. D. Davis & I. S. Poonaji. Contents. Goal: To Become Industry Leader in Workplace Safety & Health Global Safe Driving Program & Committee Creating Shared Value Responsible Behaviour Safe Driving

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Organization and technology interventions

to improve safe and eco driving

P. D. Davis & I. S. Poonaji

nestle global safety over view
Goal: To Become Industry Leader in Workplace Safety & Health

Global Safe Driving Program & Committee

Creating Shared Value

Responsible Behaviour

Safe Driving

Efficient Use Of Fuel

Care for the Environment

Global Benchmarking Platform & Forum

Global Emphasis -Technology & Metrics

Safety KPI Alignment

Best Practice Sharing Related to injury & vehicle collision prevention

Risk Assessment Priority

Nestle Global Safety Over-view
nestl usa private fleet network
Nestlé USA Private Fleet Network

Dekalb, Ill.

Streetsboro, Oh.

Allentown, Pa.

Mira Loma,– Calif.

27

McDonough, Ga.

  • 15 million US miles
  • 48 thousand loads
  • 1.7 billion pounds
  • Company & Owner Oprs
  • 317mi Average length of Haul
safety culture risk mgmt the human element
Strong Localized Networks

Safety, Health & Environment Functions

Priority Focus & Balance – “Sky can be the Limit”

Safety, Family, General Public, Consumers, Risk Mgmt, Business & Regulatory Requirements, Environmental Impacts

Maximize Potential

Country Specific Programs

Defensive & Eco Driver training to maximize performance

Internal Audits – Corporate Safety, Logistics & Zurich

Developing Self Audit program

Individual “Risk Indexing”

Progress & Successes Monitored & “Published”

Multi-Faceted & layered Recognition Programs

Pro-Active Culture of Risk Identification & Prevention

Best In Class & Industry Culture

Safety Culture & Risk Mgmt. – “The Human Element”
technology kpi s driver behavioural impacts results
Multi-Layered Support Network

World Head Quarters

Corporate & Logistics Safety - USA

Private Fleet Field Operations

Driver Level

Regulatory Compliance Embedded

Virtual Risk Safety Training

ECO Driving Module – Jan 09

Technology, Data Metric’s Mgmt can/does Impact Performance & Driving Behaviour

Equipment Specifications

Aero-Dynamics & Ergonomics Focus

Smart way Blue Print

Driver is Key Element to Success

Safety, Fuel Efficiency & Environmental Impact Performance & Metrics

Technology, KPI’s & Driver Behavioural Impacts & Results
fleet safety efficiency performance
Fleet Safety & Efficiency Performance

MPG Trend

Engine Idle % Trend

Accident Frequency

OSHA

using technology to change driver behavior
Using Technology to change driver behavior
  • Primary Safety - avoiding the incident
  • Poor Driving Behaviour has an impact, an important economical part
  • Intervention: significant change in driver behaviour that clearly implies safer driving
  • Use of innovative solutions - Telematics
changing behaviour
Changing behaviour
  • 3 step process
  • Turning an unconscious, risky habit into a conscious, self-directed, risky behaviour.
  • Changing a conscious, self-directed, risky behaviour into a conscious, safe, self-directed behaviour.
  • Changing a conscious, safe, self-directed behaviour into an unconscious safe habit
poland telematic project aims
Poland Telematic Project Aims
  • The project aimed to examine whether new technological advances in Telematics are actually able to change driver behaviour for improving driving safety and environment KPI’s.
poland telematic some key results

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Poland Telematic – some key results

FUEL ECONOMY L/100KM

SWEET SPOT DISTANCE (%)

HARSH BREAKING

May 08; 21.8 l per 100 KM

Sept 08: 18.8l per 100 KM

May 08; Average 39,1%

Sept 08: Average 87,9%

May 08; Average 5

Sept 08: Average 2

- 14%

+ 125%

- 60%

conclusion
Conclusion

Facts

  • Reduction in fuel costs
  • Reduction in emissions
  • Safer and more intelligent driving
  • Operational efficiency
  • Recognise need for constant monitoring + sustained training
  • Behaviour Change

Assumptions

  • Lower vehicle servicing costs
  • Longer vehicle-life expectancy
  • Improved overall driving standards
  • Improved vehicle security
  • Reduction in risk of accidents / insurance claims