The Role of Driver Behavior
The Role of Driver Behavior and Incentives in Reducing Road Collisions
Motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of work-related fatalities. Risky driving behavior is the leading cause of these collisions. Gain an understanding of why the risky driving behaviors that lead to traffic crashes are often discounted by drivers and the role monitoring, incentives and corporate culture play in improving driver behaviors.
Presenter Gregory Wolfe, CSP, CIH
Greg Wolfe is the Division Director for Risk Analysis and Management within the US Department of State’s Office of Safety, Health and Environmental Management, where he overseas and directs the Department’s safety program for its overseas fleet of 14,000 vehicles. Since 2001, Mr. Wolfe has provided on-site safety and health consultations at US Embassies and consulates in over 70 countries, with an emphasis on fleet and driver risk management since 2008. Mr. Wolfe is a Board Certifies Safety Professional in Comprehensive Practice and a Board Certified Industrial Hygienist in Comprehensive Practice. Mr. Wolfe hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Loyola University in Baltimore and a Master’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore.