Leading organisations of all sizes around the world use DriverMetrics to reduce
the human, financial and legal costs of work related crashes,
and increase driving efficiency
This is what our customers say
"The Driver Risk Index™ is a cornerstone of our safe travel roadmap being unique in the market for identifying behavioural attitudes rather than just focussing on driving skills and knowledge of road rules. Since intervening on safe travel we have seen a 50% reduction in the rate of accidents resulting in injuries."
Adam Mallalieu, Group VP Safety, Security and Brand Protection, Unilever plc.
"The DRI gives us the opportunity to change driving attitudes and behaviours. The benefit of this process is that whilst traditional methods only improve the 'technical mastery' of the vehicle, the BDRI offers something completely different. Following completion of the Bus Driver Risk Index™ (BDRI) and an interview with a BDRI coach, the incident rate for participating employees is significantly reduced."
Ray Cowpe, Risk Manager, Arriva PLC
"We are very excited to be working with DriverMetrics® to implement the Truck Driver Risk Index™ and related training interventions in the UK. The DriverMetrics® solution forms a major part of our risk reduction strategy as we seek to reduce the situational and behavioural risks to our drivers."
Astrid van der Burgt, National Road Risk Manager, Kuehne + Nagel
"The Police Driver Risk Index™ has become integral to the management and development of drivers within South Wales Police. Used in combination with more effective coaching skills, simulated assessments and electronic tracking of drivers we have seen an effective accident/incident reduction of 21%."
Gareth Morgan, Head of Driver Training, South Wales Police
"The Fleet Driver Risk Index™ and Bus Driver Risk Index™ form a central pillar of our training strategy. As part of our interview and assessment process, the Driver Risk Index™ has helped us to highlight and bring forth some of the highest driving standards we have ever seen in our newest employees, as well as helping us identify and maintain the highest standards in those with more experience."
Matt Stewart-Baker, Nottingham City Transport