Drive to Zero
At Berkley Environmental, we are concerned about our customers and want to help them improve safety, avoid accidents and lower their Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Our customers have fleet sizes from five units to over 300 units, and all of our accounts each deserves the attention of a complete risk management system.
Introducing Berkley Environmental’s Drive to Zero campaign. Berkley has partnered with eDriving to help our customers provide modern solutions for your fleet safety programs.
Berkley’s Drive to Zero Campaign offers our customers a total Risk Management Solution “Crash Reduction Program.” Our program is scalable and can be tailored for all fleet types and complexities. For our customers who are new to technology assisting with their fleet management, we have an à la carte menu of services to meet their needs. And for our customers who already have telematics solutions, we can integrate the data they already collect, and provide them with a customizable focused Crash Reduction Program.
For more information, please email us at [email protected] and we will respond back by phone and/or email as soon as possible with more information. We look forward to working with you.
Driver Coaching = Accident Prevention
The problem with distracted driving
94% of crashes are caused by driver behaviors and attitudes, not driver skills. Distracted driving occurs in 52% of trips that result in crashes.
Source: Portland Press
It all starts with complacency
“The price we are paying for mobility is 40,000 lives each year,” said National Safety Council (NSC) President and CEO Deborah A.P. Hersman. “This is a stark reminder that our complacency is killing us. The only acceptable number is zero; we need to mobilize a full court press to improve roadway safety.”
Distracted driving happens when...
Distracted driving occurs any time you take your eyes off the road, hands off the wheel, and mind off your primary task: driving safely. Any non-driving activity you engage in is a potential distraction and increases your risk of being involved in a motor vehicle crash.
One study showed...
Workers in many industries and occupations spend part of their workdays on the road. One study showed drivers at work were more likely to be in a hurry to reach their destination, think about work, be tired, or use a cell phone.