Interactive Virtual Roundtable

Thursday 25th November 2021 – 10:00 GMT – 60 Minutes

Interactive Virtual Roundtable

Thursday 25th November 2021

10:00 GMT

60 Minutes

Hosted by: eDriving

Title:  The Driver is KING: How Strategic Investment in Driver Safety and Wellbeing is the Springboard to Wider Fleet Success


A new reality has developed recently affecting those that drive for work purposes and their organisations. Driver shortages, COVID-19 sanitation requirements and travel restrictions, Brexit, increasing government controls, supply chain issues, increased public scrutiny towards safe driving and, of course, dramatically rising fuel costs are all adding to the burden on those driving for work purposes and fleet managers everywhere.


At the centre of all these concerns is The Driver. Never before has there been so much need to focus on the driver and effectively manage that role within your organisation.


In this roundtable, eDriving’s Stef Campbell, Claire Briscoe, and Nick List, will lead a discussion about the critical importance of prioritising the driver, how an investment in driver safety influences many other corporate goals, and best practice methods for demonstrating your organisation’s commitment to driver safety and wellbeing.


3 key takeaways from this session:

  • How safety relates to other areas of business, including customer satisfaction, employee performance, sustainability, and total cost of fleet ownership – and how to create a visual roadmap of this

  • How to establish a company-wide crash-free culture where drivers are recognised as integral members of the organisation, and how to extend the impact beyond those who drive for work purposes

  • How to prioritise driver safety and wellbeing – and how to demonstrate and communicate your commitment on an ongoing basis

Hosted by:

Stef Campbell,

Vice President, Privacy & Compliance (Professional Services Group)

Claire Briscoe,

Vice President, Channel Partnerships

Nick List,

Vice President, Business Development, Europe

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