This webinar, Fleet Crash and Infringement Statistics and Risk Management Strategies, explores how making vehicle and road safety a central focus of fleet management has delivered major bottom line savings, particularly in insurance costs, and significant crash reductions for not-for-profit Uniting Care Queensland.
Uniting Care Queensland was established in only 2006 and has since expanded to over 2,300 fleet vehicles, more than 1000 grey fleet drivers and travels 40 million plus kilometres annually. Every week 10,000 Blue Care nurses will back out of 10,000 drivers in Queensland delivering their crucial support services. This is an enormous risk, delivered by incredibly altruistic frontline workforce.
Driven by an inspired funding model that guaranteed management support and sustained improvement, impressive results have driven a strong, self-perpetuating safety culture. Uniting Care Queensland has developed and embraced new ways of promoting road safety that includes development of unique video resources and the utilisation of social media platforms, eLearning and eMeeting’s to deliver this training and messages.
All of this achieved through collaboration with external institutions, companies and individuals.
Mark Stephens of UnitingCare Queensland
Mark Stephens has been UnitingCare’s Fleet Operations Manager since 2005 after joining the organisation in the mid-1990s. Before that, Mark worked for 15 years in local government as a diesel fitter, giving him a thorough understanding of the daily challenges fleet drivers face. Mark’s role has seen him develop fleet safety, fleet management and environmental fleet practices for UnitingCare Queensland as well as a lead for other UnitingCare agencies nationally and the fleet management sector.