RPS reduces fuel consumption by 13% and claims by 40%
RPS’s CO2 emissions have decreased by 13 per cent since implementing e-Driver. More importantly, road users who have received e-Driver training are less likely to be involved in traffic accidents. The number of damage claims (categories 1-3 inclusive) has fallen by more than 40 per cent.
Driving Safely and Sustainably quality mark
On 31 August 2018, former National Traffic Officer Koos Spee presented Maarten Wijnhoven, RPS director of operations, with the Driving Safely and Sustainably quality mark. The company acquired this accreditation due to positive results achieved following the implementation of the e-Driver programme.
40% reduction in claims
‘We are already benefiting hugely from this investment. RPS’s CO2 emissions are down by 13 per cent thanks to e-Driver’, explains Wijnhoven. The company’s average fuel consumption is 25 per cent lower than the benchmark. More importantly, road users who have received e-Driver training are less likely to be involved in traffic accidents. The number of damage claims (categories 1-3 inclusive) has fallen by more than 40 per cent.
- Category 1: collision with personal bodily injury
- Category 2: collision without personal bodily injury
- Category 3: material damage exceeding €1500
Why did RPS choose e-Driver?
RPS wanted to monitor its “climate-friendly performance” using the CO2 Performance Ladder, a system managed by The Foundation for Climate Friendly Procurement and Business (Stichting Klimaatvriendelijk Aanbesteden & Ondernemen, SKAO). The CO2 Performance Ladder is an effective tool that assists organisations in becoming more sustainable. The Ladder helps RPS achieve measurable results such as reducing vehicle fleet CO2 emissions, managing resources more efficiently and using renewable energy. E-driver makes a valuable and demonstrable contribution towards achieving these goals.
e-Driver: a proven approach
By taking part in e-Driver, your organisation will contribute to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Traffic accidents reduced by
(Research by TÜV Rheinland in 2012)
Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions cut by
(Research TÜV Rheinland in 2012)
of all participants would recommend e-Driver to their colleagues
(Research VeiligheidNL in 2018)
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