Combine low seatbelt usage with drowsy driving, speeding, and distracted driving – all in a rugged environment – and it’s inevitable that damage, injuries and even fatalities will occur. In fact, of all fatalities in the Oil & Gas industry, 41% occur during transportation.
That’s why oil and gas companies across the country are turning to the SmartDrive® video-based safety program and transportation intelligence suite. SmartDrive will help you to identify and eliminate the riskiest driving and operating skills that lead to collisions and job site incidents. Get maximum insight on the risk in, and around, your vehicles and equipment. Protect your operators and protect your company.
THE SMARTDRIVE DIFFERENCE
- Understand what’s happening from a compliance, equipment safety, security and driving perspective
- Know where your drivers are, see what your operator is doing while driving your trucks, and exonerate your driver when they aren’t at fault
- An integrated view of driving, vehicle and system performance provides “game films” so you can coach to a better, safer driver
- Reduce fuel and operational waste, while improving fleet safety, with insights that identify new savings opportunities
- Trigger from specialty equipment and ADAS. Capture aggressive speeding, U-turns, roll-stability.
- We don’t make you wait – access to video in minutes is standard with every program.
- Web-based and mobile-capable “3-steps to coach” workflow is a favorite of coaches and drivers alike.
- Capture hard-to-get sideswipe, backing and low-impact collisions with video on demand.
- Equipment operation events with multiple cameras.
- Management reports & numeric performance scores tell you where to focus and make it easy to benchmark against peers.
“Because of its intuitive design and ease of use, the SmartDrive coaching dashboard and driver scorecards allow us to instantaneously coach drivers on needed skills as part of a continuous improvement program. There is no doubt the SmartDrive program is taking our fleet safety to the next level.”