braking before it becomes a significant safety issue.
Owners should also consider installing cameras in company
trucks. In addition to back-up cameras, dashboard cameras can
be useful in monitoring drivers, identifying causes of accidents,
and defending a driver’s actions in a non-fault accident.
Lastly, new collision mitigation systems can gather and
process data from radar, video, and braking sensors. This
combination of information allows the technology to visualize
driver conditions and can help prevent accidents by engaging
emergency systems when necessary.
By implementing a comprehensive driver safety program and
technologies, industry businesses can significantly mitigate risk
for their commercial vehicles. In addition, partner with an insurer who can help you identify your risk exposures, recommend
mitigation tools and provide insurance that suits your needs.
Source: Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Co. For information,
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