Drivers are the largest source of liability risk for any company. Whether a business has a fleet of thousands of vehicles or just two salespeople on the road, it could be at risk for a liability lawsuit resulting in astronomical damages. Many companies do not realize they have an important duty of care to do all they can to ensure they put only safe drivers on the road. Resources like continuous license monitoring of driver motor vehicle records and driver training give managers powerful tools to identify risky behaviors, correct them, avoid the potential for costly liability, and protect the bottom-line.
Adam Danielson – Director of Sales
Adam has spent the last 10 years building extensive experience in the Fleet Safety and Driver Safety arena. Throughout his career, Adam has had the privilege to work in both the Fleet Logistics vertical, and the Risk & Safety service vertical, allowing him to accumulate unique insights around maintaining driver safety and mitigating employer risk. Adam supports a SuperVision team that focuses on providing a comprehensive suite of driver safety solutions and service tools, to assist companies in mitigating risk within their organization, and ensuring the safety of their employees.
Jared Lewison – Midwest Sales Manager
Jared Lewison is the Midwest Sales Manager at SuperVision; powered by Explore Information Services, LLC. Jared has spent his entire career focused on fleet safety at the driver level. With a background in driver screening, DOT file management, Work Comp. Ins., claims management, driver training and now Continuous License Monitoring, Jared understands the importance of keeping the roads safe for transportation companies and civilians. He sees SuperVision as a “class of its own,” solution and wholeheartedly believes this can provide the protection that companies need to drive success.
- Motor Vehicle Reports (MVRs): Learn how to spot the red flags of a risky driver
- Driving and Non-Driving License Suspensions: What is the difference? Learn how not knowing what is in a driver’s history can put a fleet at risk
- Negligent Entrustment: What is it? Learn how your fleet can avoid it
- Closing the risk gap with Continuous License Monitoring
- How to positively affect driver behavior with Driver Training
This webinar qualifies for One (1) hour of HR Certification Institute (HRCI) credits and One (1) Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Personal Development Credit (PDC) for participants who attend this webinar in its entirety.
Date: Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Time: 10:00 am to 11:00 am PDT (1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EDT)