How to Measure True Costs of a Fleet Crash 

November 09
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Corey Woinarowicz
NoCell Technologies

SuYvonne Bell
Gilead Sciences, Inc.

Delamon Rego

The average non-fatal fleet accident will cost $20,000 to $75,000. But have you done a true accounting of all the costs within this range? What about costs associated with lowered productivity, workers’ comp claims, property damage, insurance premiums, and even how much a minor strain could affect your fleet’s bottom line? In this seminar, safety experts will arm you with a comprehensive, fleet-based analysis of the true costs of a fleet crash. You’ll walk away with a framework to help make the case for your safety initiatives — and a clearer direction on how to attack those costs to ensure a safer fleet.

Moderator: Corey Woinarowicz, NoCell; Panelists: SuYvonne Bell, Gilead Sciences; Delamon Rego, DECKED; Eliot Bensel, CEI