This report is intended for employers who want to understand the cost of crashes incurred by their occupational fleets, in addition to the on- and off-the-job costs of crashes for all their employees and their employees’ dependents. Knowing an occupational fleet’s costs enables management to develop a business case that supports an investment in fleet safety. Knowing the on- and off-the-job crash costs for all employees and their dependents provides employers with justification to invest in employee-wide safe driving programs.
Ahead of this year’s 20th anniversary of Drive Safely Work Week™, NETS released a new study: The Cost of Motor Vehicle Crashes to Employers–2015™. You may already have policies in place to reduce the human and economic toll of crashes involving company-car drivers.