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2019 Solve-It DataLab: Fleet & Driver Safety
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2019 Solve-It DataLab: Fleet & Driver Safety

Join this kick-off meeting for the Solve-It to pioneer systemic solutions related to fleet and driver safety. Participants will partner with other companies under the guidance of a professional facilitator to develop desired outcomes, tools and processes.

 Export to Your Calendar 2/27/2019
When: Wednesday, February 27, 2019
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
United States
Contact: Mike Mahanna
(202) 986-6616

Online registration is available until: 2/27/2019
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NAEM Solve-Its tackle specific environment, health, safety and sustainability (EHS&S) issues that are too big or costly for one company to solve on its own. Solve-It participants discuss challenges and brainstorm solutions. Facilitator-led sessions identify the scope of an issue, develop desired outcomes and work on tools and processes.

You don't have to be a member of NAEM to join. Solve-Its are open to all in-house EHS&S professionals and anyone in a department or function that touches the topic of the Solve-It group. To join a Solve-It group or to learn more, please email

Solve-It: DataLab - Fleet & Driver Safety

Solve-It: DataLab - Fleet & Driver Safety

Feb. 27, 2019
Virtual Event
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. (EST)

This kick-off call for Fleet and Driver Safety is a great opportunity for you to find out if this is the Solve-It group for you. The meeting is free and open to everyone, and no long-term commitment is required to participate.

Accidents impact company productivity, image and most importantly the lives of drivers and others. NAEM members agree that decreasing the number of accidents and their impact on communities is paramount.

During this call, we are bringing together a group of dedicated EHS&S professionals who want to keep their employees safe, productive and accountable as they get from point A to point B and back again on a daily basis.

Under the guidance of a professional facilitator, this ‘DataLab’ session will get everyone on the same page using the following format:

Meet other thought leaders concerned about fleet safety to develop a clear problem statement and discuss and agree upon a set of deliverables that would help address the problem.

- Brief Introductions
- Overview of process and where we are today
- What we heard from you: Overview of member feedback on problem statement
- Comments: Is the problem statement framed properly?
- What we heard from you: Recommendations on possible solutions
- Comments: Do these solutions resonate? Are there others that should be discussed?
- Online poll: Prioritizing possible solutions
- Comments: Who else should be included? Who else should we/you invite to participate?
- Closing and next steps

3. Results
Results of the discussions will inform an in-person meeting in March. NAEM may do targeted outreach with personal invitations to people/organizations mentioned on the webinar as key stakeholders to include. The March meeting will focus on the prioritized possible solutions agreed upon on the webinar, allowing the Solve-It to co-create deliverables, timelines and responsible parties together.

Facilitator - Beth Skorochod
Beth is a skilled facilitator, co-creator, and designer of inclusive approaches to international development and social innovation. Beth has facilitated workshops and meetings of global stakeholders to collaboratively develop innovative solutions for target users.

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