What we do
We’ve a highly-trained workforce of circa 3500, 40 + national operational centres, 4 training hubs and a fleet of over 2500 vehicles.
Providing intelligent electric vehicle charging solutions, utilising a national team of in-house electricians
Kelly Group are proud to announce their new driver safety initiative the Elite Drivers Club. The group’s multi award winning transport division have developed a concept that will encourage increased driver safety whilst rewarding top achievers and welcoming them into the Elite Drivers Club.
Utilizing in-house systems, developed in conjunction with Samsara, Kelly Group’s fleet team have devised a performance scoring system based on analytic data that demonstrates drivers with safety scores of 99 to 100 are 46% less likely to be involved in a road incident.
“With 2,500 vehicles on the road nationwide at any one time, it’s our duty to ensure the safety of our drivers is always our primary objective with any new company initiative. The Elite Drivers Club will not only encourage increased drivers’ performance but we will be promoting a more positive experience for our drivers whilst increasing the safety of our fleet.
Our national team of qualified driving instructors will be Driving Success by monitoring and mentoring our drivers ensuring each individual has equal opportunity to achieve Elite driver’s status” Larry McGrane - Managing Director- Kelly Fleet Services
Becoming a member of the Elite Drivers Clubs is achieved in 5 simple steps:
1) Download the Samsara app onto your company device
2) Create a personal account
3) Select your allocated vehicle
4) Drive within the speed limits, keep your distance and stay focused
5) Achieve an average safety score of either 99 or 100 over 1 month
The benefits on offer for continuous elite status after launch include:
Kelly Group’s Fleet Department are proud to be market innovators in fleet management and driver’s safety having won several awards including:
Watch this space for further updates.
Elite Drivers Club – Driving Success