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Best practices for your fleet’s telematics policy

Best practices for your fleet’s telematics policy

Everyone in the organization has a role and responsibilities when it comes to telematics. Nearly every truck on the road today is equipped with a telematics device of some sort. Robin Kinsey, Geotab’s leasing business development manager, shared some best practices for telematics from a human resources perspective at a recent NationaLease meeting.

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Workplace Safety and the Importance of Preparedness

Workplace Safety and the Importance of Preparedness

Wellness is an important facet of our everyday lives. Whether you are at work or home, understanding how to take care of your body and what risks you are exposed to are important steps on the path to safety and health. It is especially important to understand how environmental factors are contributing to your overall health. These factors include your environment, occupation, and the location of your workplace.

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Using technology to improve your culture around safety

Using technology to improve your culture around safety

View Source: Peter Ward For the majority of us who work in an office setting, safety isn’t a frontrunner in most of our minds to complete daily tasks. We’re usually subliminally preoccupied with staying awake on the way to work, chewing our food completely at lunch so...

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The Importance of Collaboration Technology to Workplace Culture

The Importance of Collaboration Technology to Workplace Culture

The phrase ‘two heads are better than one’ was coined in the 16th century. However, it has never rung truer than today. It’s especially true when it comes to business; more and more businesses around the globe are wising up to the benefits of a collaborative workplace culture. 

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Eliminating workplace hazards through training

Eliminating workplace hazards through training

Companies often treat the idea of developing a plan around a “safe culture” as something that would be “nice to have one day,” but it’s put on the back burner as other initiatives and business goals take priority. It’s not until a major incident – or even worse, a fatality – occurs that these companies finally get serious about safety. By then it’s too late, resulting in a demoralized workforce, a tarnished reputation and a feeling of regret that they weren’t more proactive.

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