Did you know that by 2020, it is expected that a quarter of the US workforce will be age 55 or older? On top of staying up to date on the latest regulatory changes and being responsible for a large number of drivers (some across several states), it is no surprise that many fleet business owners are now facing a wide array of driver physical aging challenges that can impact productivity and increase risk and injury.
There are ways businesses can prepare and manage through the safety, DOT/regulatory compliance issues, legal, and health risks of an aging fleet. Listen to experts from Holmes Murphy and National Transportation Consultants (NTCI) share street smart solutions, unknown requirements and from-the-field recommendations – including best practices for maximizing your aging 50+ workforce.
You will leave this on-demand webinar with expert tips to optimize performance with their aging workers, reduce costs and gain a competitive advantage over competitors, including:
*Practical ways to retain drivers
*Real scenarios & cost of collisions
*The latest DOT requirements & best practices
*Balancing Risk Coverage
WHO IT'S FOR: This event is targeted to employers with fleets with 50-5000 units. CEOs, CFOs, Owners, Risk Managers, Safety Consultants.
Industries impacted: Construction, Transportation, Retail, Agribusiness, Auto Dealer/Repair, Convenience Store, Distribution, Energy, Equipment Dealers, Manufacturing, Utility, Waste Management
ABOUT HOLMES MURPHY'S 2018 UNDERSTANDING ART MONTHLY WEBINAR SERIES
Just like our dog in pink rain boots, we want you to be fully prepared for whatever risk mud puddles may come your way. Our approach to helping clients is based on understanding your company’s culture, business, and vision.
The method we take to understand your risk management needs and insurance exposures is our Understanding ART Sales and Service model. That’s why during each month in 2018, our Property Casualty experts will highlight an important topic that focuses on mitigating risk that will provide insight and guidance on the specific steps you can take to improve each area of Avoid, Reduce, and Transfer.
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