By Janice Sutton
The pace of change in today’s fleet industry is unparalleled, but keeping your fleet policies up to date, ensuring both safety and cost effectiveness, is a challenge.
For those corporate and government fleet professionals who are planning to attend NAFA Institute & Expo and are seeking to write or modify their fleet policy, there is a session that will help you do just that — and point you to some strategies to reduce costs while increasing safety.
Build and Enforce Fleet Policies That Reduce Costs and Increase Safety
Tuesday, April 24th – 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM – Room 210A — Anaheim Convention Center
The session is moderated by Ed Pierce, Communications Director at The CEI Group.
Strong fleet policy sets expectations for safe and cost effective vehicle usage. Clear and powerfully enforced policies are proven to significantly cut costs and improve safety. Without written and enforced policies, every fleet activity potentially requires judgment calls from fleet staff or managers. With dozens or even hundreds of vehicles to manage, who has time to stop to enforce or communicate a policy every time someone checks out a vehicle? Here’s how to get it under control, and save time and money.
• Understand which fleet policies can reduce costs the most, and why
• Learn methods and best practices for communicating and enforcing policy
• Understand how to enforce policy consistently with reduced burden on staff