Over 100 Fleet Safety teams around the world are assessed on 5 key elements globally that drive behaviour change thereby reducing crashes and injuries at Johnson & Johnson:
EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT (20% of assessment rating): Addresses top management involvement, how they monitor fleet safety performance and how they hold their drivers and managers accountable for fleet safety performance.
FIELD MIDDLE MANAGEMENT (25% of assessment rating): Addresses middle managers involvement (e.g. inclusion of SAFE Fleet into meeting agendas, review of crashes with drivers, identifying high risk drivers, completion of an on-line manager fleet safety training, inclusion of fleet safety metrics into performance reviews of their drivers, commentary drive completion with drivers etc.), performance monitoring of managers and how managers hold their drivers accountable for fleet safety performance.
CORE SYSTEMS (25% of assessment rating): Addresses types of training drivers go through locally, how the SAFE Fleet team is organized/structured and how other field related health and safety risks are identified (slips, trips, falls, ergonomics issues etc.)
SUPPORT SYSTEMS (15% of assessment rating): Addresses communication plans in place and the types of training and other SAFE Fleet materials and their distribution to drivers. Teams are also scored on recognition programs they have in place for safe driving and any community outreach activities they are engaged in related to fleet safety.
RESULTS (15% of assessment rating): Addresses historical results of the teams over a three year period including Crashes Per Million Miles (CPMM) and Injuries Per Million Miles (IPMM) performance and how teams manage data and ensure accurate reporting of Corporate fleet safety data.
The on-line system calculates a final assessment score of either silver, gold or platinum in each of the elements and then consolidates the element scores into a final score which is communicated to teams and their management forming the action plan for the following years.
Required to participate in the formal Fleet Safety audits each three years are the country/company team leader and their team members which are composed of individuals appointed from the various Consumer, Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals J&J businesses.