Blog: What people are talking about

Good drivers, safer workplaces: driving wellness in workplace cultures

What makes a driver good? That was the question Fleetcoach COO Craig Cockerton posed to InZone Industries and Fletcher Building at their recent company days, where the key focus was workplace health, safety and wellbeing.

Fleetcoach champions Safe Work Month in Australia

Rugby World Cup time means one thing, a patient wait through the pool games for the clash of the titans: Australia vs. New Zealand. But, only one can be the champion … unless of course, we take this battle off the field.

Some motorcycle riders love the wind in their face, the open road under their wheels, and the feel of a leather jacket - all of which can give them a sense of freedom and rebellion. For others it is the ease of city living riding a moped. And for a few it is just the super coolness of a Vespa. What links all these riders however, is the reasonable expectation to be safe.

Having the resources to help yourself, or someone else, can save someone's day. Being prepared to step up when needed can save someone's life.

It could be as simple as having the right tools on hand - because you never know what might be around the corner.

Speed limits, fines, rules... would we be freer without them?

What about getting your kids involved in road safety? Here are some fun ideas..

There are a lot of reasons why humans get distracted. It's an important issue, and there's a good reason why Fleetcoach offers a module on distraction and inattention while driving. In fact, the data suggests it's an incredibly complex issue, and new and different types of distractions turn up in the studies all the time.

Check out this gorgeous exchange between a Hamilton City Council worker and 11 year old Noah!

Check out this NRSPP thought leadership piece, where our Dr Robert Isler explores how mental health affects daily driving, particularly at work.

Do you know someone who isn't?