To start the week, FATEC opened the debate on the future of fleet management. How do you make a successful transition to mobility management? Market trends, statistics, competing offers: the analysis of these elements makes it possible to update the supply of services in a relevant way.
On Tuesday, a FATEC client relationship manager responded to the question “Is the electric vehicle a viable alternative to the combustion engine? ”
By comparing costs in terms of construction, purchase, consumption and maintenance, the electric vehicle can be an economical option if the use is
mainly close to home and in urban areas. Thanks to her input, FATEC employees were able to get to grips with the subject and even test-drive her electric car!
“How can I optimise my commute?” was the subject for Wednesday.
The focus was on identifying more economical and less polluting means of daily transportation. In view of FATEC’s location, bus, train and inter-company car-sharing are proving to be advantageous for employees.
Inter-company carpooling has been implemented, prompting the 900 employees who work in the same neighbourhood to download the Karos app.
On Thursday lunchtime, an external speaker,a road safety trainer conducted an on telephone use, alcohol and fatigue at the wheel; as well as motorcycle equipment 2-wheeler regulations. Through interactive exchanges, FATEC employees were made aware of the dangers and thus represent new vectors for the spread of road safety awareness.
To support this day, FATEC became a signatory of the 7 road safety commitments: