About the IFMI
For 18 years, the International Fleet Managers Institute (IFMI) has been organising seminars and webinars with an aim to further encourage internationalization of Fleet an Mobility.
Renowned within the International Fleet & Mobility Community for its educational, non-commercial approach.
Providing information and learnings, via expert presentations , lively workshops or interactive discussions.
Each session is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to gain knowledge and learn skills.
The Institute also provides corporate and mobility managers with a meeting place, where they can exchange experiences and best practices.
NEXT SESSION: 16 FEBRUARY 2021
Ensuring the safest fleets across Europe
Safety is paramount for every company, every organisation. But safety is too often taken for granted within the corporate strategy of large organisations, even in fleet and mobility. Attention for safety will not only limit incidents and accidents, it will as well reduce costs, increase productivity and strengthen employee satisfaction.
14h00 Welcome with context of topic and view on accidents in Europe
By Steven Schoefs, Fleet Europe
14h05 The impact of Safety on a fleet’s TCO
Attention to safety minimises risks, incidents and accidents, increases productivity and enhances corporate image and employee satisfaction, hence has a positive effect on your fleet’s TCO and operations.
In this session we will demonstrate the link between Safety and TCO and explain the building blocks of a safety strategy that fits your corporate needs.
With Alix Truyens, Senior International Consultant, ALD Automotive & Shams-Dine El Mouden, International Arval Consulting Director, Arval
14h25 Do’s and Don’ts of the Safety Strategy
Having a vision and a roadmap to develop a safety management programme is nice, but it’s nothing without the implementation and execution.
In this session two corporate fleet managers will share the set-up and roll-out of their safety strategy with concrete tips. Hayley Barone will explain the key elements of Heineken’s holistic safety management programme and share insights into how to obtain results that fit your corporate strategy. Selçuk Gündoğdu of Vaillant Group will show the TCO effectiveness of a well-thought safety programme and the correlation between Safety and Fuel Efficiency.
Hayley Barone, Road Safety Manager, Global Safety, Global Human Resources, Heineken International
Selçuk Gündoğdu, Group Fleet Manager, Vaillant Group
14h55 The impact of a Safety Programme on Risk & Insurance
When talking about Safety Management, the aspects of insurance and risk management are often neglected or at least don’t get the attention they deserve. Having a good understanding about risk management and insurance is vital for fleet efficiency.
In this session we will detail how to approach risk management and vehicle fleet insurance in the context of international fleet management.
With David Wefers Bettink, International Fleet Consultant, LeasePlan & Mark Taylor, International Account Director, Athlon International
15h15 Detecting vehicle safety
Vehicle technology is increasingly supporting company car drivers to avoid accidents and stay safe when they occur.
In this session you will discover the latest technologies on the market and why is it key for fleet managers to embrace vehicle safety to increase efficiency.
With Pawel Zin, Int. Key Account Manager Western-, Southern- & Eastern Europe and Daniel Schessler, Int. Key Account Manager Central-, Northern Europe & RoW, SEAT
15h25 Networking & Meet the IFMI partners
15h45 Wrap-up and closing
In partnership with
For this event we have chosen an online platform that allows you to participate in this IFMI VEx Session with all the advantages of a virtual event.
This online platform will gather the Expert Powers Talks through a virtual Main Stage. In addition, it allows to network via a sponsors area, direct messaging and live video conversations between participants and communication between buyers and suppliers (direct or via a matchmaking tool).
Registration is free
FOR BUYERS* ONLY
* A buyer is an individual who has responsibilities in international fleet and mobility decision making. Examples: fleet manager, mobility manager, Purchase Manager, Chief financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Chief technology officer, HR Executive, Travel Manager, Mobility Specialist, …
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