Drowsy driving is a quiet issue that many safety managers cannot track. A comprehensive 2018 study done by AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that the number of crashes caused by drowsy driving were eight times higher than federal estimates. Meanwhile, distracted driving is the cause of 12% of all collisions involving class 5-8 vehicles that were reviewed by Omnitracs.
There are 4 main actions you can do to eliminate drowsy and distracted driving.
During this on-demand webinar, Don Osterberg, former Senior Vice President of Safety, Security and Driving Training for Schneider, will share how you can eliminate drowsy and distracted driving in your fleet. He will be joined by Jeff Griswold, Director of Product Management for Omnitracs, to share how technology can empower drivers with in-cab insights, and managers can track the success of the program.
During this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn how:
Leadership can help prevent drowsy and distracted driving
Personal touches can radically affect positive change
Technology can aid in your efforts to reduce drowsy and distracted driving
You’ll also receive printable materials so you can get started right away with your action plan, including:
Customizable letter for educating and requesting support from families of drivers
Sleep Hygiene Driver Card with tips on better sleep, and how to spot sleep apnea
Distracted Driver Card to educate drivers in the three different kinds of distractions
Discover how you can eliminate distracted and drowsy driving behaviors today!
Jeff Griswold - Director of Product Management, Omnitracs
Jeff has been in the transportation and safety industry for over 30 years, and managing the SmartDrive product line since 2014. Jeff has nine patents attributed to his work with SmartDrive, and his most recent project is the launch of Inattentive Driving+.
Don Osterberg - Safety Advisor, Omnitracs
Don is currently the safety advisor for Omnitracs (formerly SmartDrive) and formerly served as senior vice president of safety, security and driver training for Schneider. His distinguished career in commercial transportation spans several decades, and he is a recognized authority on carrier safety, having held leadership roles with organizations including the National Safety Council, FMCSA Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee, American Trucking Association's Safety Policy Committee and American Transportation Research Institute's Research Advisory Committee.