RCS Influencer Brian Pratt says that contractors can reduce insurance costs by implementing a fleet management program. Many roofing professionals continue to be impacted by an increase in automobile insurance costs due to a substantial rise in the frequency and severity of auto claims. Severe losses can expose the assets of a roofing company if… Read More
RCS Influencer Charles Antis talks about how his company’s policies evolve and always put the employees first.
RCS Influencer Trent Cotney says that without a vehicle policy, a contractor can be held liable if they allow a bad driver on the road. Contractors have many options when it comes to establishing vehicle policies for their business. They may choose to allow employees to take vehicles home or they may decide that vehicles… Read More
RCS Influencer Mike Hicks says that while they don’t have a formal vehicle policy, they do have procedures in place for jobsite transportation. I don’t know that we have a vehicle policy, but I can share what may be of interest to others. First, we supply jobsite transportation for the crew. At one time, back… Read More
Having Clearly Defined Vehicle Policies and Procedures is Necessary for Keeping Employees and Customers Safe
RCS Influencer Mark Holencik says his company puts safety first and vehicle maintenance second in their vehicle policies. One of the first policies I started was if there are two employees in the vehicle, one gets out when you back up. From the time you load something on the truck and start the truck some… Read More
RCS Influencer Alison LaValley provides a glimpse into some of the vehicle policies from contractors across the U.S. A company policy for company vehicle use must be clearly stated so that employees and supervisors both understand the terms by which these vehicles may be used. And thanks to a few NRCA member contractors, I am… Read More