Driver Scorecard is part of a complete set of fleet tracking driver monitoring tools available to Rhino Fleet Tracking customers.
Our mobile-optimized online portal scores drivers in various critical performance categories, including:
- Driver behavior – precise data on acceleration, braking and cornering
- Speeding – compare posted speeds, set a ‘not acceptable’ expectation for speed
- Excessive Idling – pinpoint wasteful habits like your vehicles running for extended times
This set of interactive tools delivers driver data directly to supervisors. You can even schedule reports of data you find most useful.
Using Driver Scorecard allows fleet managers to compare individual’s performance to other team members, and the entire group, in order to organize fleets and assess driver safety standards.
Then, supervisors can identify drivers who need assistance and recognize those already exceeding set standards.
Based on this data, your organization can create a program around rewarding or coaching drivers.
Using fleet tracking will reduce driver risk, improve driver safety, and provide valuable data to get the most out of your fleet.
Scoring Drivers using Driver Scorecard
First and foremost, driver behavior improves by installing GPS tracking. Driver Scorecard details exact behavior changes with real-time GPS tracking data about your drivers’ habits. Some of the features include:
- Providing supervisors instant visibility into safety scores and performance metrics
- Establish safety expectations so drivers understand when they are in violation
- Opportunity to improve problem areas before a review
In an organization where expectations are outlined, drivers can be held to a standard. Our software equips managers with data to communicate to current employees the areas they can improve and to show new employees what is expected of them.
On top of that, leveraging this historical data gives every employee the opportunity to improve and to be held to a certain standard.
Opportunities for Coaching using Driver Scorecard
Before GPS tracking, ride-alongs were used for coaching. Isolated instances that provide no true data on how drivers behave when left alone.
By receiving alerts, viewing reports, driver scorecards, and exceptions, coaching is done in-house and immediately.
Supervisors can view 365 days of historical data showing real-time driver violations, sustained behavior, and driver trends on a daily, weekly, or annual basis.
Finding opportunities to coach drivers has never been easier. Outlined expectations, alerts, and a plan create seamless opportunities for communication within your team. Building both your employees’ and supervisor’s trust.
As you can see, the data is a convenient way to review and coach drivers using a clear graphical interface.
Use this data as a tool to get your entire team invested in driver safety. It serves as a teaching aid for safety supervisors, so guidelines are clear and easy to follow.
When the time comes, the historical vehicle tracking data is also an HR performance assessment tool, so your employees understand why they receive the review they do – good or bad. But don’t surprise them! Have regular reviews.
Then use scorecard reports to pinpoint needs for improvement and view individual results vs. results of others or whole team.
How can you get the whole organization to buy in? Recognize and reward high achievers for their great work.