Blind Spots of Fleet Management: The Risks, Costs and Safety Concerns for Nonprofits

Date: Now on-demand!
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Duration & Cost: 60 minutes & FREE

DeAnna Ferguson

VP, Government and Community Affairs
Volunteers of America Southeast

Andrew Shockey

Assistant VP
Philadelphia Insurance Companies

Paul Siragusa

Vice President, Commercial Lines Underwriting
Philadelphia Insurance Companies

Nhu Te

Editor-in-Chief/Content Director
NonProfit PRO

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Nonprofits that have employees transporting clients and goods in vehicles may not realize the potential risks and liabilities that come with it. Improper management of vehicles and drivers presents several issues that can adversely impact the safety of people and the mission of organizations. The hazards associated with inadequate fleet management range from mechanical problems that put vehicles out of use to severe injuries when safe driving is overlooked. Taking preventative measures can help nonprofits avoid costly repairs, lost revenue, lawsuits and reputational damage.

In this interactive webinar, industry leaders will discuss:

  • What fleet management is and why your nonprofit should be concerned with it
  • What liabilities, costs and safety concerns should be top of mind for nonprofits that operate fleet vehicles
  • What preventative steps to take to protect your nonprofit from these risks and liabilities
  • And more!

Questions? Email us at [email protected] or give us a call at (215) 238-5300.

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