FLEET SAFETY PROGRAMS Prepared By: Walter Chun, PhD, CSP, CHSP, CECM WHY DO WE NEED ONE? The difference between responsibility and liability. Decision making: conviction, character, and counsel Regulatory compliance
Due diligence Best interest of employees and company Regulatory Compliance How will you relate to a compliance agency your due diligence? Tangible proof, written program, documentation of actions, measurement processes, and evaluations.
Actions reflect the intent. How will you demonstrate your best effort? Liability How will you relate to the families of victims or employees? Due Diligence
How will you defend your actions and the company? Due Diligence Negligence Did you know it was wrong? Did you fail to take action? OSHA violations can be viewed as negligence per se
Common Problems Fleet safety programs are often intangible or viewed as a long range effort Short term effects of some programs are encouraging but they are short term Program elements are broad range and costly Not a high priority
Expert or Consultant Existing program elements defined Implementation of the program elements Documentation or demonstration of implementation Accident investigation Contributory negligence
OSHA/HIOSH/DOT Regulations General Duty Clause Employers must provide a safe and healthful work place. DOT regulations Enforcement of regulations for safe operations on public roads. Insurance carriers Fleet safety programs to minimize risk.
Due diligence Written program Management Leadership Analysis of operations Training Monitoring Evaluation
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