How are coachable drivers identified

    Audience Fleet Admins, Fleet Dashboard, Drivers
    Applies To  Fleet Dashboard > Safety 

     

    Answer

    • Video Events: when a driver generates a critical or high severity event, the event is automatically marked as coachable if the driver exhibited behavior that contributed to the severity of the event (ex: unsafe lane change, violating a traffic law, cell phone usage, etc).
    • Speeding Events: When the driver generated a speeding event where the average speed was at least 6mph or more over the speed limit for at least 1 minute.

    When a driver is identified as coachable the following series of events happen:

    • The driver is automatically added to the “Coaching” section under Safety for the Fleet Admin or Fleet Manager to begin the coaching workflow.
    • The driver is automatically notified to review the video via the Driver App.
    • Drivers can then review the video of the event and mark it as reviewed once self-coaching is completed.
    • This helps further prioritize important events for coaching and empowers drivers to proactively self-coach.

    The rubric below highlights when a driver is identified as coachable for video events. . Event Severity is assigned by Motive’s safety team when a safety event occurs (read more here).

    Severity of Event  Primary Behavior  Secondary Behavior  Environmental Conditions Speed  Automatically Coachable 
    Critical or High

    Collision

    Near Collision

    Possible Collision

    - -  

    No 

    Critical or High 

    Collision

    Near Collision

    Possible Collision

       

    75+ mph

    Yes 
    Critical or High 

    Collision

    Near Collision

    Possible Collision

    Close following

    Delayed response

    Unsafe lane change

    Distraction

    Drowsiness

    Cell phone

    Seat belt violation

    Ran a red light

    Ran a stop sign

    Failure to Yield

    Passing in a no passing zone

    Illegal lane usage

    Railroad crossing

    -   Yes 
    Critical or High 

    Close following

    Delayed response

    Unsafe lane change

    Distraction

    Drowsiness

    Cell phone

    Seat belt violation

    Ran a red light

    Ran a stop sign

    Failure to Yield

    Passing in a no passing zone

    Illegal lane usage

    Railroad crossing

      - - Yes 
    Critical or High 

    Close following

    Delayed response

    Unsafe lane change

    Distraction

    Drowsiness

    Cell phone

    Seat belt violation

    Ran a red light

    Ran a stop sign

    Failure to Yield

    Passing in a no passing zone

    Illegal lane usage

    Railroad crossing

      Sensitive zone  - Yes 
    Critical or High 

    -

    - Sensitive zone  75+ mph  Yes 

     

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