NAFA focuses on risk management in latest guide
The new guide helps fleet managers understand the fundamentals of the process and offers examples of proven techniques they can incorporate within their own fleet. It outlines how those in top management must set the tone for the entire risk programme and demonstrate a sincere commitment to regularly identifying and evaluating organisational risk along with a willingness to invest in mitigation strategies to minimise risk exposure.
In addition to providing an overview of insurance, claims management, and subrogation, NAFA’s guide demonstrates additional strategies for mitigating risk including driver training, vehicle safety, crash management, and Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs).
The guide also provides a chapter on Canadian-specific information for those operating fleets in Canada.
The guide forms part of the association’s long-term goal of having its own references and instructional materials for each of the eight disciplines in NAFA’s Education Competency Model, and joins NAFA’s Law Guide for Fleet Professionals and NAFA’s Professional Development Guide as the association’s three newest products. NAFA also recently released its Lifecycle Cost Analysis for Fleets.