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4 Great Reasons to Add a Video-Based Safety Program

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If you manage a construction or ready-mix fleet today, you’re well aware that:

• Working in confined spaces makes it difficult to maneuver vehicles and can lead to significant backing incidents

• Because of their size, vehicles may not incur significant damage, but rather, cause it—resulting in costly third-party claims

• Vehicles tend to be highly susceptible to rollovers—resulting in costly property losses and possible personal injury

You need more effective solutions that deliver the driving insights required to proactively reduce risk and lower collisions. To achieve this goal, leading construction fleets are adding on-board video safety programs. Programs that go beyond cameras to include managed services and analytical insights that provide the missing link into actual driver performance. Download this white paper to learn why you should consider investing in such a program now.

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