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Beyond the MVR: Making the Most of the Driver Lifecycle

It is widely known in the risk management field motor vehicle reports (MVRs), which detail a driver’s past performance, provide a useful means of predicting future driving performance. Knowing the on-and-off-duty driving habits and records of your driving employees provides an important tool in both selecting and maintaining safe driving force in your organization. This webinar will provide best practices, address why monitoring drivers is important and explain how to mitigate risk and improve decision making.


Tom Gillogly, Director of Solutions – SambaSafety

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Tom, Director of Solutions Engineering of 4 years is focused on helping organizations improve driver safety and compliance. Tom has over 15 years’ experience in enterprise systems, data process and analysis and has served in services, operations and sales. Additionally, Tom has led teams related to data process, aggregation and data analysis that have resulted in increased revenue and operational effectiveness. Tom has a BA in Business Administration from the University of Wyoming.


Jerry Baker, V.P. Channel Partnerships – SambaSafety

Jerry Baker.jpgJerry Baker Vice-President of Channel Partnerships, is a 30-year technology veteran with experience and success in enterprise software, software as a service, and professional services companies. Prior to joining SambaSafety, Baker served in leadership roles at several technology providers. Baker is a graduate of the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado (B.S. Finance) and has two grown children. He lives with his wife in Denver, Colorado.


Learning Objectives:

  • Driver Risk: Top Concerns for Organizations with Driving Employees
    - Why Employers Care
    - Identifying Risky Drivers
    - Visibility Gap
  • Managing the Driver Lifecycle
    - Driver Safety Policy
    - Tools for enforcing policy to mitigate risk, increase visibility and improve decision-making


Webinar Information:

Date: Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Time: 10:00 am to 11:00 am PST  (1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EST)




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