Safety First: Five Tips to Maintain a Culture of Safe Driving

June 28, 2017 Kevin McDonough

Now more than ever, we are being asked to implement energy efficiency and demand response programs more efficiently and effectively.  With all this need for speed, it’s important to maintain a culture of safety.

We all know what busy work days are like—back to back conference calls, customer and client meetings, while trying to squeeze in lunch between it all.  Mobile devices, Bluetooth, and apps make it easier. But it’s up to us to make sure we balance the need for speed and our access to technology with safety, whether we’re in the office or out in the field.

With nearly 40 offices across the country, our team is on the move constantly. Performing energy assessments, installing demand response devices and saving energy from New York to Washington State puts hundreds of thousands of miles on the odometers of our fleet vehicles each year. So safe driving is one of our top priorities.

How do we maintain a culture of safe driving for our field crews? See our checklist below for our top five tips to help create a culture of safe driving.   



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