Corporate social respons­ib­ility

Make a difference - green the fleet industry

Corporate social respons­ib­ility

Make a difference - green the fleet industry

Want to make a positive impact with your fleet's sustain­ab­ility mission? Reduce your C02, improve employee well-being and electrify your fleet with the help of Webfleet, Europe's leading fleet management solution.

What's important in fleet corporate social respons­ib­ility?

Measurable impact

Proving that your organ­isation is achieving progress on envir­on­mental respons­ib­ility and employee well-being can be challenging. You have to measure progress with the right set of benchmarks and back it up with reliable reporting. Webfleet supports your ability to measure progress towards your goals with clear visibility and in-depth reporting.

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Safety and well-being

Employee safety and well-being are at the heart of corporate social respons­ib­ility for fleets. People want to work for ethical organ­isa­tions, while fleets depend on their teams to achieve sustain­ab­ility goals. Digitise your document­ation with Webfleet and make admin work easier for you and your drivers. Help safeguard your fleet with in-cab distracted driving alerts powered by Webfleet Video.

Lower carbon emissions

To reduce your fleet's C02, you need to know which actions will net the best results. View insightful data on your fleet's fuel consumption and emissions output in Webfleet, and see where you can take action. Meanwhile, green and safe driving features include tools that help you spot driving behaviour that impacts fuel efficiency.

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Sustainable energy practices

Sustainable energy is an important part of a fleet's corporate social respons­ib­ility. Whether you're already adding electric vehicles (EVs) to your fleet or just considering solutions like alternative fuels and hybrids, you're constantly rethinking your organ­isation's energy consumption. Demonstrate your commitment to sustain­ab­ility by monitoring fuel use and emissions with OptiDrive 360. Webfleet's fleet electri­fic­ation report can help maximise your oppor­tun­ities to go electric.

Lower running costs

Fuel efficiency is always high priority. Try our Savings Calculator to see how much you can save on fuel with Webfleet. You're also likely to be weighing up the pros and cons of going electric. See our tips on cost-ef­fective EV fleet management to ensure you make the right choices.

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How can we help your fleet's corporate social respons­ib­ility?

Stay on top of energy consumption and charging

Reduce C02 output and make good on your company's green promises

Continue developing a safe, healthy workplace culture

Leverage data to make smarter business decisions

Help you to better decide whether to go electric with your fleet

Lower your fleet's operational costs and waste

Check out our corporate social respons­ib­ility features in more detail

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All you need to know about corporate social respons­ib­ility

What is corporate social respons­ib­ility?

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Corporate social respons­ib­ility, or CSR, is an active commitment to ethical business practices. When companies commit to CSR, they pledge to operate for the benefit of employees, the environment and broader society. Companies that practice CSR take trans­parency and worker conditions seriously, and they consist­ently strive to reduce their CO2 emissions.

Why is corporate social respons­ib­ility important for fleets?

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The transport sector is one of the highest emitters of CO2s. It's common knowledge that the world needs to rapidly move towards decar­bon­isation. CSR helps fleets map out and achieve specific goals around reducing CO2s. CSR practices are building blocks to future-proofing your fleet. In addition to supporting your fleet's preparation for net-zero legislation, CSR can show customers, employees, potential hires and the public that envir­on­mental respons­ib­ility and worker well-being matter to your business.

What does a CSR manager do?

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A CSR manager for fleets is concerned with a key question: How can our business limit its envir­on­mental footprint? One of a CSR manager's main goals is saving fuel, since the less a fleet consumes fuel the less it emits carbon. CSR managers also look for ways to improve fleet safety, which benefits all drivers and therefore contributes to society as a whole. Essentially, a CSR manager helps fleets operate more efficiently and sustainably.

What skills do you need to work in CSR?

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CSR managers tend to be passionate about making a positive difference. Skills-wise, CSR managers are highly strategic. They constantly reflect on data, identifying areas of improvement and then developing ways for the business to effectively address those areas. Strong inter­per­sonal skills come into play too—a CSR manager is responsible for commu­nic­ating company CSR goals and initiatives.

What tools do you need to manage corporate social respons­ib­ility for fleets?

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Digital tools are indis­pensable to CSR managers for fleets. A compre­hensive fleet management system simplifies a CSR manager's work. With Webfleet, for example, CSR managers can both monitor and pull reports on fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and driver safety. Whether their fleets include internal combustion engine vehicles, electric vehicles or some combination thereof, CSR managers need tools that provide visibility and insights on their progress towards net-zero mobility.

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