the testimony of Nicolas Didier (Eonnet Group)

the testimony of Nicolas Didier (Eonnet Group)
the testimony of Nicolas Didier (Eonnet Group)

Nicolas Didier is QHSE manager within the Eonnet Group.

“Our drivers declare their claims on the La Vie Routière (LVR) app, which automatically triggers an appointment for post-accident maintenance, including for small, minor claims. In fact, around 70% of accidents consist of small collisions while maneuvering. But if the disaster is slight, it risks being more serious the next time. The post-accident interview also makes it possible to identify events with a high potential for seriousness. We must therefore analyze everything to ultimately promote a lasting change in driver behavior…

Nicolas Didier is QHSE manager within the Eonnet Group.

“Our drivers declare their claims on the La Vie Routière (LVR) app, which automatically triggers an appointment for post-accident maintenance, including for small, minor claims. In fact, around 70% of accidents consist of small collisions while maneuvering. But if the disaster is slight, it risks being more serious the next time. The post-accident interview also makes it possible to identify events with a high potential for seriousness. We must therefore analyze everything to ultimately promote a lasting change in driver behavior: this reduces the risk of serious events in the future.

“The interview is led by LVR and this takes the heat out of the debate” (Nicolas Didier, Eonnet Group)

The interview is conducted by LVR and this takes the heat out of the debate. Their goal is to understand what happened – a problem with driving behavior or external elements such as a vehicle ill-suited to the mission – and then to get the driver to think about avoidability. Because even if the driver is not responsible for the accident, we notice that he very often has a small part of responsibility. For example, a vehicle was damaged in a parking lot, but in fact it was not parked very well.

Secondly, the manager who received the interview report communicates with the driver. The latter commits to the points to be improved according to the recommendations. For a LCV driver who does not have visibility through the rear window, this may involve getting out of the vehicle before carrying out a maneuver to better assess distances. »

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