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Is Your Company Correctly Following the Work Alone Laws?

Many employees are uncomfortable or even frightened in their workplace because they work alone. Canada’s Centre for Occupational Health and Safety has taken steps to protect these workers with Occupational Health and Safety Code 2009 Part 28. These lone worker laws...

Health and Safety in Construction

Just recently was the National Day of Mourning in Canada, where every April 28 we pause to reflect on those that have lost their lives or suffered a major injury in a work-related tragedy, like a construction site fall. The Canadian flag flew at half-mast and many...

Top 5 Most Dangerous Lone Worker Jobs

According to CareerCast, some of the most dangerous jobs are those where employees often work alone. The company reviewed government data to find that the most dangerous jobs include first responders (firefighters), health care (nursing assistants), and transportation...

Protect Your Solo Workers with Lone Defender

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found in a study that security guards suffered fatal workplace injuries at more than twice that of workers in general. These risks were especially prevalent at night. These guards were stationed in department stores, shopping...
New Product Update Notes: February 2024

New Product Update Notes: February 2024

Mississauga, ON – February 20, 2024 – Welcome to ZenduCAM's monthly product updates for February 2024, where your fleet management experience takes center stage. In this month's unveiling, we've tailored enhancements to seamlessly integrate into your journey, ensuring...

Demystifying 5G: Its Role in the Next Generation of Fleet Management

Demystifying 5G: Its Role in the Next Generation of Fleet Management

5G technology stands as a beacon of hope amidst these challenges. Its capabilities are not just incremental improvements but are transformative in nature. This article explores 5G as a pivotal player in redefining fleet management, offering solutions to current challenges and unlocking new potentials for efficiency, safety, and sustainability in fleet operations.

Innovation in Telematics: Emerging Technologies and Their Impact

Innovation in Telematics: Emerging Technologies and Their Impact

The scope of the article encompasses an historical overview, current trends, emerging technologies, their applications in different sectors, challenges, and future prospects in the realm of telematics. This comprehensive examination will provide insights into how telematics continues to evolve and influence the operational dynamics of modern industries.

The Ethics of Tracking: Balancing Privacy and Business Needs

The Ethics of Tracking: Balancing Privacy and Business Needs

The intersection of law and ethics forms a critical foundation for how businesses handle consumer data. Navigating this complex territory involves understanding various laws and regulations that govern digital tracking, while also grappling with ethical considerations and dilemmas.

Integrating Fleet Management with Other Enterprise Systems

Integrating Fleet Management with Other Enterprise Systems

Fleet management is the administrative approach used by organizations to manage and coordinate their vehicle fleet. This includes a wide range of functions, such as vehicle financing, maintenance, telematics (tracking and diagnostics), driver management, speed management, fuel management, health and safety management, and vehicle tracking.

A Guide to Choosing the Right Fleet Management Solution

A Guide to Choosing the Right Fleet Management Solution

Fleet management has evolved significantly with technological advancements. Initially, it involved basic vehicle tracking and manual record-keeping. The introduction of GPS technology revolutionized tracking, providing real-time data on vehicle locations. The advent of the Internet and cloud computing further transformed fleet management, enabling more sophisticated data analysis and remote management capabilities. In recent years, technologies like IoT (Internet of Things) have begun integrating vehicles with a network of interconnected devices, enhancing data collection and operational efficiency.