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Trevose, PA, April 17, 2017 – CEI announced the next level of the DriverCare™ Fleet Safety Program with its Prescriptive Analytics platform. Prescriptive Analytics builds on CEI’s earlier Predictive Analytics model, which allows a company to identify “previously-hidden” high-risk drivers, by adding expert consultative recommendation to prevent future collisions.
Using CEI’s exclusive modeling capability, developed in concert with the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, Virginia, can project, with greater accuracy than previous assessment techniques, drivers who may be “hidden” among a fleet’s safer risk category groups by providing quantitative future collision risk calculations for individual drivers.
According to Brian Kinniry, CEI’s senior director of strategic services, the actionable data allows the company’s consultation team to provide fleet managers with specific courses of action to best resolve potential future problems.
“Expanded Behind the wheel training, micro-targeted e-learning, managerial coaching intervention, and enhanced customized messaging communications are some of the possibilities to addressing accident prevention among a company’s group of predicted high-risk drivers,” notes Kinniry.
CEI will be exhibiting at the 2017 NAFA conference in Tampa, FL, booth #1011. The conference runs from 4/23 – 4/26. Members of the Prescriptive Analytics team will be on hand to discuss all aspects of the program.
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Trevose, PA, August 7, 2012 – Requiring new fleet drivers to take safety training is one of the ten best ways to reduce fleet accidents. That’s the message Brian Kinniry, CEI manager of risk and safety delivers in the latest issue of Fleet Financials magazine.
Requiring new fleet drivers to take safety training was one of three of the ideas Mr. Kinniry offered in the article entitled “Driver Training Improves Safety & Bolsters Bottom Line,” in the July/August issue of the magazine.
“Before new employees get behind the wheel, they should know what the company’s safety policy is and be familiar with the vehicle with some level of behind-the-wheel training and online training as well,” Mr. Kinniry said. He explained that the practice ensures that new drivers know that the employer places a high value on driving safety and helps eliminate bad driving habits before they take root.
Additional best practices Kinniry cited include the assignment of remedial training with 24 to 48 hours after the fleet becomes aware of a traffic ticket or accident, and involving field managers in the delivery of driver training and monitoring of their direct employees driving behavior.
For the full text of the article, visit: http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/ff_20120708/index.php?startid=28
Trevose, PA, January 20, 2012 – Employees of the CEI Group, Inc. (CEI) raised more than $1,500 in cash and gifts to make the recent winter holidays brighter for disadvantaged area children.
The donations included $835 in cash and more than $700 in new toys, dolls, games and electronics to Bethanna, a children’s charitable organization based in Southampton, PA. It was the fifth year that CEI employees played Santa Claus for children supported by Bethanna, including orphans, adopted and foster children. For more information about the charity, visit www.bethanna.org.
CEI employs some 200 people at its Bucks County, PA headquarters. CEI’s “Fish Team,” a volunteer employee activity committee, collected the gifts through its annual “Project Good Cheer,” featuring raffles, a 50/50 drawing and a grab-bag of holiday wish lists from Bethanna children themselves.
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