The group will have a preview of its new safety and compliance platform KATE – Knowledge, Awareness, Training & Education hub – on display.
“It is designed to complement and enhance current training processes,” said Tranzaura chief executive Mike Price.
“As the third column of the Tranzaura Safety Hub, with vehicle and driver compliance being the other two, the platform will keep safety at the forefront of every employees mind.
“Tranzaura believe if safety is at the centre of everyday life for transport companies, operations and business excellence will follow,” he said.
The company will also have its Vehicle Compliance product on display. This replaces the traditional paper-based vehicle walk-around check with a real-time, web based product that has been adopted by the likes of Travis Perkins.
Price said integration of Vehicle Compliance at Travis Perkins into its business systems had helped it reduce vehicle downtime and cost per defect by up to 15%.
Driver Compliance, another Tranzaura product, will also be at the summit.
“Driver Compliance helps meet the ever changing legal, regulatory and compliance obligations with software that is easy-to-use and provides the insights to help you minimise infringements and get the best out of your drivers and fleet,” said Price.
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By David Craik