Fleet Management for Public Entities


Public entities provide uninterrupted services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and an entity’s fleet contains a variety of motor vehicles, many of which create unique liability exposures requiring special controls and driver training. Claims involving vehicle accidents may be directly impacted by how you manage your fleet operations. This presentation will walk through many of the key elements of a fleet risk management program and provide practical examples to help solve many of the most common causes of loss. Principals of fleet safety and risk management will be presented to position risk managers to go back to their entity equipped to help department heads and fleet administrators make better decisions, policies, and procedures to control these identified exposures.

Core Competency #1: PRMS - Public Risk Management Skills

Insurance Knowledge and Aptitude

Course Level


Learning Objectives

Objective 1: • Recognize how/when you are exposed to auto losses to determine the extent of your fleet exposures.
Objective 2: • Explain why fleet risk management is important to the financial health of your entity.
Objective 3 • Follow basic principles of fleet safety and risk management when developing and/or improving your Fleet Management Process.


General Liability/ Auto