January 2022

22 Florida Pool Prosm • January 2022 INSURANCE UPDATE responsibility to implement and monitor the program. The individual should have the authority to take appropriate actions based on the telematics monitoring data and hold individuals accountable for undesirable behaviors. 3. Define Your Overall Objectives a. Define three to five outcomes that you plan to achieve using the telematics data. These are defined future outcomes (based on specific data) that improve the individual and fleet safety performance. These could include, but are not limited to; i. Outcome - Reduction in vehicle accident frequency 1. Speeding data 2. Avg. speed data 3. Hard braking data 4. Rapid acceleration data ii. Outcome - Reduction in severity of accidents 1. Speeding data 2. Avg. speed data 3. Seatbelt use data iii. Outcome – Reduction in non-business related use of vehicles 1. Time of day data 2. Geo fence data iv. Outcome - Reduction in vehicle wear and tear 1. Speeding data 2. Avg. speed data 3. Hard braking data 4. Rapid acceleration data 5. Idle time data v. Outcome – Improve individual accountability for driving behaviors 1. All of the above and more 2. Overall driving score 4. Benchmark Data a. In order to create a benchmark, key data points should be identified and measured for a set period of time to determine how your fleet/individuals are currently performing. To support safety and reduction of losses, the following telematics data could be a part of the benchmarking and goal

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