Explanation of the Driver Safety Scorecard

Applies To

  • Reports
  • Driver Safety Scorecard

Answer

The Safety Scorecard helps to identify the fleet's riskiest drivers by using safety exception rules to measure safety performance. Drivers are graded from 0-100, and the more unsafe driving behavior is repeated, the higher the risk profile. The better a driver performs, the lower the risk profile. Fleet Managers have direct visibility into safety scores which can be turned into safety rewards programs, or actionable coaching opportunities.

Each rule is weighed at a certain percentage to make up 100%.

Additional Notes

The links below will explain the Driver safety scorecard report, and ensure you have an understanding of how everything works in the report: