Fleet Management Systems

Fleet management systems act as your eyes, ears, and authority in action 24/7. They can automatically shut down forklifts being abused, automate the OSHA checklist, capture proof of who is responsible for accidents, and report vital utilization information.

What Fleet management systems do for you

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Track Forklifts

A fleet management system gives you complete visibility of your fleet. You can oversee your fleet at all times, no matter if you're supervising a single location or multiple locations nationwide.

Track costs

Track Costs

A fleet management system tracks all of your fleet's costs so you can increase your profits. This can be accomplished by having the ability to reduce fleet size, reduce planned and unplanned maintenance costs, reduce damage to inventory and assets, and reduce lost of productivity by reviewing operator behavior.​

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Pinpoint Trends

A fleet management system allows you to see trends by giving you insight into things like impact detection, asset tracking, hour meter collection, and more.

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What is it?

A fleet management system allows companies to have visibility over the safety, operational compliance, impact management, and asset management of all their material handling equipment.

Fleet management systems are also known as vehicle management systems (VMS). These systems act like a one stop shop to check that your equipment is operating efficiently, serviced just-in-time, and review OSHA Checklist Logbooks. 

Your material handling equipment will automatically send information to a password protected online platform that can be shared with anyone in your company. Armed with this information you will have the ability to instantly monitor your fleet online.

How it helps you

A fleet management system provides the ability to oversee all material handling equipment in one centralized platform. These systems allow companies to manage safety from the top-down by reviewing things like risk, operating safety, and all OSHA requirements. You will be able to easily check if your operators are speeding, wearing seat belts, or overloading equipment.

Beyond safety, you will get one place to check hour meters at any given time, automatically receive email alerts about equipment faults and service notices, and program vehicle shutdowns if impact is detected.

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Top Benefits

Reduce Accidents

The accident reduction feature of this technology will also save you money. Operators will adjust their driving habits to conform to the new system – knowing that their performance is being monitored.

Maintenance Notices

Executes forklift inspections via pre-shift electronic checklists. Operators can identify emerging problems in real-time and customized alerts via Email or SMS can be sent to management or directly to maintenance departments.

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Automation

Fleet Management Systems automate the OSHA checklist for you and store it in an online portal. This means you will no longer need to dedicate filing cabinets for storage of the checklists, nor will you need to worry about the accuracy of the results.

Fleet Management Products

When it comes to Fleet Management Systems we highly recommend products by Speedshield. Speedshield creates cutting edge products that allow companies visibility over their material handling equipment.

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SpeedSheild Fleet Management System

Storing the OSHA Checklist

Did you know that storing each OSHA checklist has been calculated to have a lifetime cost of $2.15? Considering this is done daily per shift, operating a large facility will rack up large costs just for storing paper. Speedshield stores the OSHA checklist for each shift for you online, which you can access at any time.

Critical Event Safety Shutdowns

In the event of an accident, equipment is automatically shut down until a manager can evaluate the situation. Common examples include an impact that breaches a set threshold of force, speeding, and long periods of idle time.

Controlled Operator Access

Each operator is given a unique key card. This creates accountability for what happens to each machine. Every event and amount of downtime is traceable to the operator responsible.

Detailed Interactive Reporting

Interactive Reporting is a powerful function that allows managers to know things like which operators have the least downtime and who speeds the most. It also offers statistics on the utilization of the fleet, faults reported, and more.

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