Presentation on theme: "Global Driver Safety Implementation Jim Dorris, CSP, MS, MBA Global Leader Corporate Health & Safety."— Presentation transcript:
Global Driver Safety Implementation Jim Dorris, CSP, MS, MBA Global Leader Corporate Health & Safety
2 Cummins, Inc. Cummins Inc. is a global leader in the design, manufacture, distribution and service of diesel and natural gas engines, electric power generation systems and engine-related component products Represented in all regions across the globe Global Driver Safety Program administered through Corporate Health & Safety across the different business units
3 Obstacles Grand proposition Country variation (requirements, terminology, etc.) Working Across Cultures Financing and current economic conditions Internal pushback Privacy, legal and HR issues
4 Global Implementation: Easy as 1,2,3 Step 1: Define your program goals, intentions and scale; Collect data to guide the process; Focus your approach and determine your target(s) (needs, feedback and data driven); Develop/augment guidance policies & procedures; and, Create a plan and gain support & buy-in at all levels of the organization.
5 Step 2 Gain partner(s) (e.g., vendor, mentor, strategic partners, etc.); Delivery methodology & system (e.g., computer- based, hands-on, etc.); Establish a network scheme to administer the program; Develop a scaleable rollout strategy (e.g., phased, modular, matrix approach, etc.); and, PILOT THE PROGRAM (feedback into strategy).
6 Step 3 Establish a baseline; Create program Key Performance Indicators (KPIs); Develop multiple levels of stakeholder objectives, expectations and accountabilities (i.e., scorecard, personal objectives, etc.); Devise a reporting system to support the effort (e.g., MIS reporting function, periodic reports, etc.); Inspect what your expect; and, Continuously improve the effort.
8 Cummins Program Organization Driver Categories –Company- own and leased vehicles –Rental vehicles –Private vehicles & others Modules –Module 1 Privacy notes, safety pledge, Procedure and Risk foundation –Module 2 Risk Assessment (Risk Profile and Road Risk) –Module 3 Awareness training (Defensive Driving) –Module 4 One-on-one –Module 5 Risk Coach (Once per quarter) Phases –Five phases (Over 30 Countries)
9 Lessons Learned “Eat the elephant one bite at a time” Communicate, Communicate, and Communicate Benchmark and “don’t reinvent the wheel” Develop a plan for program contingencies (i.e., what if analysis) PILOT THE PROGRAM Clearly define your needs on the front end Develop a strong partner relationship
10 “Every journey starts with a single step” – Chinese Proverb There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure” – Colin Powell Thank You