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Use of technology in Shell to improve road safety

Use of technology in Shell to improve road safety

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    • Use of Technology in Shell to improve Road Safety & Driver Behaviour Ashok Kulkarni Shell 20 August 2013
    • Contents Who is Shell Why Road Safety Key parameters from Technology Method Results Conclusions Q / A 2
    • Who is Shell Upstream International Upstream Americas DownstreamProjects & Technology 3
    • Profile 4 We Operate in more than 80 countries Worldwide, we have 85,000 full- time employees We drive 1.3 Billion Kms. Our fuel retail network has around 50,000 service stations We sell 145 billion litres of fuel to our customers
    • “Safety is not only our number one priority and value, it is a fundamental reflection of our performance” “Poor safety is nothing more than a lack of leadership.” Peter Vosser – CEO Royal Dutch Shell 5
    • Use of technology – IVMS (In Vehicle Monitoring System) 6 Real impact: Changing driver behavior System to improve driver behaviour by monitoring key driving characteristics and provide feedback to the driver Key PARAMETERS we track: Speeding GPS DATA Harsh acceleration > 7 Kph/Sec Harsh deceleration > 10 Kph/Sec Driving hours As per country/Shell regulations Rest periods Seat belt compliance Night driving GPS vehicle tracking Driver identification IVMS settings in line with OGP (Oil & Gas Producer) requirements
    • METHOD 7 Complete process of Monitoring, Assessing, Developping & Rewarding the performance to achieve safe driving behaviour USE IVMS OUTPUT FOR CLASSIFYING DRIVERS : CLASS A /B / C MANDATORY FEEDBACK TO DRIVERS SAFETY INCENTIVE TO DRIVERS BASED ON THEIR CLASS
    • ELEMENTS OF COMPLIANT DRIVERS & CLASS A, B & C 8 DRIVERS LEAGUE - Point System DE-MERIT LIST Incidents Pts. Violations Not using seat belt -5 Not performing vehicle inspection -5 Not wearing PPE / uniform -5 Over speeding (measured thru IVMS) -5 Violation of driving / working hours (measured thru IVMS) -5 Unauthorized route / stoppage (measured thru IVMS) -5 Harsh Braking / Accelartion (measured thru IVMS) -5 Traffic / Police fines -5 Driving under the influence of alcohol / drugs -10 Smoking at unauthorized places -10 Mobile phone usage while driving -10 Disqualifications Any incident (Spill, Cross Over or Road Accident) -100 Pilferage -100 MERIT LIST Compliment From 3rd party 10 Others Incident Free Month 5 Near Miss (NM)/Potential Incident (PI) reporting (per item) 5 Attending Driver Training Session & Quarterly Safety Meeting 1
    • SAMPLE SIZE & DETAILS of PILOT Country  Descriptio n Country 1 Country 2 Country 3 Insurance Premium exercise Country 3 Fuel Economy No. of Vehicles 150 70 59 - 73 9 No. of Drivers 185 105 138 20 M. Kms 49 12 72 2 9 Data covers Heavy Goods Vehicles & Professional Drivers
    • SAFETY BENEFITS of IVMS usage 10 SAFETY PERFORMANCE SAFE DRIVERS BEHAVIOUR CHANGE
    • IMPROVED SAFETY PERFORMANCE - Country 1 11 0.22 0.17 0.10 0.08 0 0.05 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 2009 2010 2011 2012 NoofIncidents/MillionKm Traffic incident Frequency Rates
    • DRIVER LEAGUE – CLASS A / B / C - Country 1 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC Class A Class B Class C 12
    • REDUCED VIOLATIONS - Country 2 13 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 2009 Jun/Dec 2010 Full year 2011 Full year Total Errors / Violations Total Speeding Total H. Braking Total H. Acceleration Total Drvg / Wkg Hours 2009 Jun/Dec 2010 Full year 2011 Full year 11542 1946 126 202 35 9 6711 1173 83 4539 665 17 253 73 2 Total Errors / Violations Total Speeding Total H. Braking Total H. Acceleration Total Drvg / Wkg Hours
    • Driver League - Country 2 14 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 2009 Jun/Dec 2010 Full year 2011 Full year % of Fully Compliant drivers % of Fully Compliant drivers 30 77 96 % of Drivers 1-5 Errors 37 14 4 % of Drivers 6-10 Errors 13 5 0 % of Drivers 11-20 Errors 10 2 0 % of Drivers 21-50 Errors 8 1 0 % of Drivers 5-100 Errors 2 0 0 % of Drivers > 100 Errors 1 0 0 Jun/Dec 09 2010 2011 %
    • Economical Benefits of IVMS usage FUEL EFFICIENCY - REDUCED CO2 EMISSION BREAKDOWN FREQUENCY / MAINTENANCE COST CUSTOMER PROMISE / SATISFIED CUSTOMER INSURANCE PREMIUM INCIDENT INVESTIGATION TOOL 15
    • FUEL EFFICIENCY - Country 1 16 2.320 2.340 2.360 2.380 2.400 2.420 2.440 2010 2011 2012 2.361 2.408 2.431 km/lit Fuel Mileage per Litre 2.96 % 1.99 % 300 K US $
    • REDUCED MAINTENANCE COST - Country 1 17 0.089 0.086 0.060 - 0.010 0.020 0.030 0.040 0.050 0.060 0.070 0.080 0.090 0.100 2010 2011 2012 USD/km Maintenance cost per km 36 K US $ 348 K US $
    • CUSTOMER PROMISE - Country 1 18 91% 93% 93% 96% 88% 89% 90% 91% 92% 93% 94% 95% 96% 97% 2009 2010 2011 2012 Percentage On Time Delivery Performance On Time Delivery Performance = delivering product within 15 minutes of agreed time
    • IMPROVED CUSTOMER SATISFACTION - Country 1 19 4 8 8 8 19 66 106 139 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 2009 2010 2011 2012 Nos Customer Feedback Complaints Commendations
    • REDUCED INSURANCE CLAIM - Country 3 20 Rolling 3 Years
    • 21 IVMS Incident Investigation ( IVMS Report ) 19:51:41 hrs. Contracted driver flashed the high beam light , simultaneously applied brake, and blew the horn. 19:51:48 hrs. Tanker completely stopped before collision Speed limit 60 Km/Hr 10 March 2013 at 19:51 hrs. (graph : second) Shell contracted tanker speed 54 Km/Hr Collision point Engine on Turn left light Turn right light Head light High beam light Seat belt Brake light 19.51.41 hrs. Driver applied brake, blew the horn, flashed head l 19:51:56 hrs. Driver turned o hazard light
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