Making Safety a Way of Life: Creating a Crash-Free Culture®

A crash-free culture places safety at the heart of everything your organization does. Some examples of crash-free culture elements include Risk assessment, Leadership, Mission, Interventions, Policy, Driver engagement, Manager engagement, Progress measurement, and Informal discussions.


A crash-free culture starts with a shift in attitudes, putting safety above all else, and enlisting the voice of both front-line and upper management to reinforce the positive outcome of safe driving.


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Mentor by eDriving is a smartphone-based solution that collects and analyzes driver behaviors most predictive of crash risk and helps remediate risky behavior by providing engaging, interactive micro-training modules delivered directly to the driver in the smartphone app. As part of a broader risk management platform, Virtual Risk Manager®, eDriving provides organizations with everything they need to establish safety as a strategic imperative, and support drivers and managers as they strive to create a crash-free culture®.

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