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CNA Adds SambaSafety to Allied Vendor Program

October 14, 2015 - Press Release

CNA announced the selection of SambaSafety, as the newest member of its Allied Vendor Program.

As part of this new relationship, CNA will offer its commercial auto coverage policyholders SambaSafety’s driver risk management services at a significantly discounted rate. The SambaSafety driver risk management platform continuously monitors drivers and delivers alerts that can improve driver performance, reduce accidents, and limits risks—providing organizations with a comprehensive view of driver behavior.

In 2007, CNA developed its Allied Vendor Program to provide its customers with access to additional risk control programming designed to create safer, more secure work environments. This program remains a key resource for providing tools to assist policy holders in mitigating risk and delivering on CNA’s commitment to show its customers more than just an insurance policy.

For more information on SambaSafety or for a complete list of participating vendors,visit CNA’s Allied Vendor Program.

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