child passenger safety week

September 2021 Newsletter: Be a True Craftsman of the Safety Trade

Road to Recovery During National Recovery Month in September, start with these three ways to address substance use in your workplace: Provide education on opioids (including painkillers such as Vicodin and Percocet) Expand drug panel testing to include the detection of opioids Review your benefits package and explain mental health services and substance use treatment …

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September 2019 Newsletter: Going Back to Safety School

Attitude vs. Behavior Kids are back in school. That means more foot traffic in school zones, more bicyclists on neighborhood streets and more congestion around buses as they stop and start along routes, both in the early-morning and late-afternoon hours. That means it is also a good time to review risks associated with distracted driving. …

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Thumbs Up to Car Seat Safety

Car crashes are a leading cause of death for children. About two children die in crashes every day.  The simple act of buckling up is the least expensive and most effective way to prevent traffic deaths and injuries. This includes properly securing children in safety seats. To generate awareness about child passenger safety, the National Highway …

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