Next article Asset Forestry Dunnings Fuel Case Study Key Facts Fleet of 21 trucks Western Australian business with six depots Fuel distributor with 21 fuel stations across WA MTData customer since 2014 Solutions Implemented: Hawk-Eye, MTData’s web-based software MTData in-vehicle driver screen (6041) Live and proactive fatigue management solution G-Force sensors for monitoring driver behaviour especially harsh cornering Dunnings Fuel is a fuel distributor based in Western Australia operating across the state with various depots, farming areas and service stations providing prompt and efficient services to their customers. Their depots are located in six WA towns including Northam, Wongan Hills, Newman, Karratha, Manjimup and Wyalkatchem. Established in 1962, Dunnings delivers fuel lubricants 24/7 with a major focus on offering competitive pricing ensuring their customers receive their fuel on-time. In March his year Dunnings expanded their services by introducing their aviation division, which supplies companies with hot refuelling, tank certifications, site inspections, and much more. Dunnings Fuel have rapidly accelerated their market penetration since implementing MTData’s telematics solutions into their fleet of 21 vehicles in 2014. Proactively Managing Driver Fatigue Maintaining driver safety and compliance is a crucial part of Dunnings Fuel operations, particularly fatigue. Dunnings utilise MTData’s live fatigue management solution, enabling them to proactively manage their driver’s work schedules. MTData’s web-based software, Hawk-Eye is used in conjunction with the driver in-vehicle screen solution. “For me managing fatigue is everything [in terms of maintaining compliance],” Transport and Logistics Manager of Dunnings Fuel, Matt Butt explained. “Using MTData’s fatigue solution, I can effectively set the driving and working limit for the drivers per day, which is made available for the drivers to view. We set the guidelines and the drivers know to stick to them the best they can. “To ensure that we are meeting compliance requirements, I can go back in Hawk-Eye to check that our drivers are all aligned with our guidelines; and I can compare it to the paperwork that they have filled out to ensure that they are correctly running their fatigue.” Dunnings’ drivers also utilise MTData’s in-vehicle driver screen, which visually and audibly alerts drivers of their upcoming due breaks, how long until a break is required, the duration required, and if they have breached their driving allowance. This way Dunnings’ drivers are given the required warnings to take a break while out making a fuel delivery.