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Driving Dynamics President Arthur Liggio to Present at 2014 Fleet Safety Conference in Schaumburg, IL

Newark, Delaware, July 16, 2014 – Arthur Liggio, Driving Dynamics president will present Moving Beyond the Checklist to a Strategic “Blueprint for Safety” at the 2014 Fleet Safety Conference in Schaumburg, IL at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel on Tuesday July 22, 2014 at 3:10 pm.

The session will focus on creating a shift in thinking from approaching safety policy implementation as an administrative task to utilizing marketing tactics and strategies to build a viable safety culture that gains employee buy-in and engagement by leveraging ongoing, entertaining and thought-provoking communications and activities.

The Fleet Safety Conference, designed specifically for fleet, risk, safety, sales, human resources and EHS professionals, offers education on improving the safety of all vehicles and light to heavy duty truck fleets. www.fleetsafetyconference.com.

About Driving Dynamics Inc.

Driving Dynamics is North America’s preferred partner in the field of advanced performance driver safety training and fleet risk management. Its unique and highly effective approach to behind-the-wheel driver education, web-based learning and driver risk management has helped numerous fleet-based organizations achieve significant reductions in their crash rates. Founded in 1987 and headquartered in Newark, Delaware, Driving Dynamics has exclusive rights in North America to use its Controlled Slide Car (US Patent 5823288) at training programs conducted in 55 major markets at more than 200 training sites. Register for a free subscription to The Driver Advantage e-newsletter at www.drivingdynamics.info/newsletter. For more information about Driving Dynamics visit www.drivingdynamics.com. Follow us on LinkedIn.

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