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August 2020 Newsletter: Make Max Safety the New Road Trend

Behavior Choices Earlier this year, Robert Wunderlich, director of Texas A&M Institute’s Center for Transportation Safety, spoke about three high-risk driver behaviors, two high-risk crash types and three high-risk roadway user groups. Driver behavior and traffic-related crash trends affect employers every day, whether crashes occur on or off the job. Nationally, three high-risk behaviors have …

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July 2020 Safety Coach: Safety is Your Voice, Inspire Others to Echo Your Style

Safety CoachFollow the Leaders In 2019, the City of Arlington created a designated driver safety portal for driver safety resources that included items such as Our Driving Concern materials and the Texas driver handbook. Because of its focus on transportation safety and commitment to ongoing driver training, the City experienced a 17% reduction in auto …

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Support Words with Actions

At many workplaces, transportation safety conversations take place nearly every day, even in this environment. Often, they involve executives, managers, safety professionals and employees. These conversations have great potential for improving workplace safety and health. One of the best ways to maximize that potential is to craft talking points: Elevator speech: This is the time …

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