Diagnose motor carrier’s safety problems with ease to improve fleet safety performance and predict future scores.

Recommended For:

Trucking Companies, Insurance Underwriters, Retail Insurance Agents

Better understand a company’s CSA BASIC Scores

Safety-VU gives safety professionals in-depth reports which highlights specific drivers and vehicles for motor carriers to focus on. Our unique series of color-coded graphs and charts makes inspection violation data points easy to understand. Easily determine and pinpoint problems that can lead to crashes, allowing risk managers to swiftly identify, prioritize, and communicate corrective actions.

Share safety improvement plans with clients

Safety-VU is the most valuable safety improvement plan you can share with their motor carrier clients. The reports are customizable and targeted, boasting cover pages which can includes clients’ logos and contact information, making it ideal for direct value-added communication with motor carrier clients.

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find better leads? increase client retention? easy to read carrier reports? bind more policies? improve BASIC CSA scores? portal monitoring notifications? improve insurance rates?

Focus on driver behavior, not just vehicles

With its novel ability to drill down the details about specific drivers, Safety-VU users simply enter a motor carrier’s DOT PIN, which reveals all information they are seeking. The reports are transformed from a vehicle analysis to one focused on driver behavior, including predicted future scores.

Risk managers can clearly see the effect of potential corrective actions can have over the next six months. Users can display the Safety-VU data as tables, charts, or graphs to create a clearly understood report of a motor carrier’s roadside inspection improvement.

Safety-VU  is the only in-depth analysis that dives deep into driver behavior with predicted scores

Get a demo of Safety-VU to see how other retail insurance agents, insurance carrier risk managers and loss control professionals are upping their game.