Argus Tracking driver behaviour easily identifies the areas your drivers are most at risk by applying risk points to the dangerous driving events that put your drivers at risk - Speeding events. Extra risk points are applied when these speeding events occur in school zones, at night, or in adverse weather, so it is easy to identify your most at-risk drivers.
It’s what to do with this information that can be difficult for some organisations to understand, but taking driver safety seriously doesn’t have to be hard, and in fact can be fun and surprisingly easy to introduce!
The driver behaviour page below shows the reporting from one of our real life customers, and the results speak for themselves, showing the dramatic change in driving behaviour within this organisation when they introduced a fleet safety culture to their team.
The drivers in this organisation are not professional drivers and did not receive any driver training to change their results so dramatically. To introduce a safety culture to their team in a fun way, this organisation started a friendly competition in March, in which the driver with the most risk points each month, buys a chocolate bar for the driver with the least points....it was that simple!
Check out their results in the graph below:
- The blue line shows the industry average risk points per vehicle, which generally remains consistent.
- The purple line is the average risk points generated per vehicle by this customers' organisation, which you will see was generally much higher than the industry average.
- From July to February, the organisation was generally above or fairly close to the industry average.
- In February when the competition started, their risk points dropped below the industry average, dropping to less than half that of the previous month.
- In March, there was another spike as drivers started to lapse back to previous behaviour, but, at the end of the month, when the results were in, the drivers that hadn’t made any changes to their behaviour were obvious!
- The following month April, everyone was on board with the competition and the points were halved again, and in May and June they were well below the industry average.