Micromobility Assessment

Assessment Introduction

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Welcome to the Micromobility IQRM!

There are many things changing within the transportation landscape but what’s really been taking center stage is micromobility. Micromobility refers to the use of small manually or electrically powered vehicles used to travel short distances. Bicycles and e-bicycles are probably the most common examples of micromobility, but other examples include electric cars and all sorts of scooters.

A fleet risk management program for a micromobility company is not complete unless a holistic approach is taken.  It requires the use of technology be combined with experience, and must offer transparency across the entire organization.  

Please click below to begin a 15 statement survey to gain your organization’s IQRM Effectiveness Risk Audit Score for your Micromobility organization. 

question1

To what extent does your organization have a system for ensuring the continued qualification of Operators for your micromobility (MM) device, including acceptable age requirements, and identifying drivers who are not complying with safety regulations?

quesiton2
quesiton2

The word "operator" refers to an individual driving/riding, and "MM" stands for micromobility.

To what degree does your organization review Operators’ driving histories of traditional vehicles, to determine whether they are competent and qualified to operator your MM device safely?

question3
question3

The word "operator" refers to the individual driving/riding, and "MM" stands for micromobility.

To what degree does your organization review the MM riding history of your operators including, but not limited to, individual routes, speeds, dangerous turns, and accidents?

question 4
question 4

The word "operator" refers to an individual driving/riding, and "MM" stands for micromobility.

How effective is your organization at reviewing the MM riding history of your operators at least annually, if not more frequently?  hint: the more often this is reviewed the more "effective" the risk management.

question 5
question 5

The word "operator" refers to the individual driving/riding

How would you rate your organization’s training/testing program on drug and alcohol use by operators?

question 6
question 6

"MM" stands for micromobility

How effective is your organization at inspecting, repairing, maintaining, and preparing and preserving related records, of your MM devices so they remain in a safe operating condition?

question 7

How well has your organization defined an accident/incident/claim procedure for the purposes of setting standards and determining appropriate responses?

question 8

How would you rate your organization’s procedures for demonstrating compliance with government requirements within 48 hours of receipt of a request from a bureaucratic body?

question 9
question 9

The word "operator" refers to the individual driving/riding, and "MM" stands for micromobility

To what degree does your organization offer training/best practices for operators of your MM device?

question 10
question 10

"MM" stands for micromobility

How effective is your organization at tracking inclimate weather (i.e. snowstorm, hurricane, hail storm, etc) to determine when you should pull your MM devices as a result of unsafe driving conditions?

question 11

How effective is your organization at monitoring accidents, and maintaining an accident register?

question 12
question 12

The word "operator" refers to the individual driving/riding

How effective is your organization at maintaining accident files on each operator, and have a system in place that would deem an operator ineligible to use your platform as a result of these records?

question 13
question 13

The word "operator" refers to the individual driving/riding

To what extent does your organization provide a fleet-safety incentive program including operator safety rewards?

question 14

How would you rank your organization at establishing a means to measure and benchmark your progress as it relates to fleet safety (i.e. accidents per hour, per miles, etc.)?

question 15

To what degree does your organization have a process to thoroughly investigate accidents and report on steps to prevent future accidents (i.e. accident review committee)?

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