Cumbria Blood Bikes

"RAM Tracking is now an essential part of our service."

Ian Beattie
Group Treasurer

RAM Tracking donated our trackers, which has been invaluable to our charity

Established in 2014 Cumbria Blood Bikes has a fl eet of 11 vehicles and is a registered charity manned entirely by volunteers. The charity acts as a courier service working with the National Health Service by supporting local hospitals, and the Great North Air Ambulance Service. 

Ian Beattie, Group Treasurer comments on how RAM Tracking has helped them to boost their Duty of Care processes.

"We decided to look into vehicle tracking to initially enhance our Duty of Care processes. In Cumbria and the surrounding areas we regularly experience volatile, severe weather conditions during the winter months. Previously our drivers were reliant on validating their whereabouts through calling or texting our controllers, which was often difficult especially when driving through extreme weather."
 

“RAM Tracking donated our trackers, which has been invaluable to our charity”.

 

RAM Tracking is so simple and easy to use, we knew instantly which parts of the system would really benefi t us. RAM’s expert trainers then tailored our training to the areas that we needed.
Even though we rely on the live tracking functionality we have available a series of historical data that we can access should we need to. 
 

"We approached a number of diff erent tracking providers, what we liked about RAM was how easy the system was to use and how we could quickly identify how it would help us to enhance the safety of our drivers. The team at RAM were quick to recognise the work that we do and generously donated all 11 trackers so we could have a fully tracked fleet straight-away."
 

“RAM’s training was so easy to understand, they only had to train our fl eet manager, and then he trained everyone else himself!”
 

"RAM Tracking is so simple and easy to use, we knew instantly which parts of the system would really benefit us. RAM’s expert trainers then tailored our training to the areas that we needed.
Even though we rely on the live tracking functionality we have available a series of historical data that we can access should we need to."

 

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