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The responsibilities of employers and employees in effective fuel management How to drive down fuel cost The impact of fuel fraud, theft and abuse on profitability using vehicle cost schedules The factors that impact on fuel management and how to best manage them Implement policies, procedures and strategies to reduce fuel consumption Use of vehicle technology to improve operational efficiency Vehicle pre-departure checks Vehicle refueling checks, home base and on-road How to calculate the different types of consumption to determine the impact of excessive fuel consumption How to calculate consumption and cost per kilometer variables How to interpret excessive fuel consumption How to manage a single and/or multiple fuel data sources in a consolidated environment How to accommodate the following variances in fuel data management o A suspect low odometer reading o A suspect high odometer reading o Suspect low consumption o Suspect high consumption o Tank capacity exceeded o Potential cloned card transactions o Static and/or faulty odometer readings o Calculated Fills Fuel Management reporting o Setting up a reporting structure o Using Excel as the preferred reporting tool o Cloud based reporting with sharing options o Reports include; Summary consumption reports Detailed consumption reports Fuel usage per oil company report Fuel usage per fuel station report Top 15 Loss report (Based on fleet size) Exception reporting Consumption comparison per vehicle make and model CPK comparison per vehicle make and model Month on month comparison reporting Communicating suspect transactions with fuel stations/suppliers Communicating irregular transactions with drivers Different methods of fuel fraud, theft and abuse The impact of fuel fraud, theft and abuse Investigating fuel fraud, theft and abuse, including; o How fuel pumps work o How fuel station forecourt operational systems work o Transaction flow on forecourts o Investigative process, including; Setting up a case register Preparing a case docket Keeping an investigation diary Chronically investigating process flow Taking of statements Photography to enhance investigation process Interrogation of potential suspects, including drivers and forecourts staff Filing process of all obtained statements, documentation and photographs Liaison with S.A. Police and Prosecuting Authority when considering criminal prosecution Preparation for disciplinary hearings and/or criminal prosecution
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