Engagment -Setting Goals
Once you have established baseline measurements of driver safety, it’s a good idea to set concrete improvement goals that your drivers / team members can aim for, and that you can use to gauge your progress.
We recommend a four-stage plan:
Initially, focus on measuring driver adoption, as this is a good indication of the level of driver / team member buy-in to the system.
Goal: 95% system adoption and usage
Timeline: 2 months from launch
To learn how to monitor adoption, please see this link
The next priority is to reduce "immediate risk" by measuring and encouraging the driving behaviors that relate to safety: speeding, braking, cornering, accelerating and fuel efficiency. We don’t expect drivers / team members to achieve green status immediately, so it’s important to structure and incentivize goals intelligently.
Goal: Zero red events and zero red drivers / team members and zero alerts
Timeline: 6 months from launch
View how to monitor drivers performance - use the link
The third priority is to reduce wear and tear and fuel wastage
Goal: Team safety score is green on average
Timeline: 12 months from launch
View how to monitor safety score - use the link
The final goal is to optimize the efficiency of each of these categories and maintain the good results.
Goal: Reduce the green score threshold (the Policy is set under Administration tab in GreenRoad Central) and make sure overall organization's safety rating is still green.