drowsy driving

Kernels of Safety

You want to eat a bag of popcorn, watch a movie and enjoy all the little moments that make your life special. In order to do so, you also will want to embrace road safety. Now, let’s make the connection. In a talk at your workplace, use data from the Texas Department of Transportation to demonstrate how …

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Be at Your Best Behind the Wheel

In this safety message, Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson speaks to risks involving impairment. Her message is one that nearly everyone can identify with on some level. Make time at your location to review the 4 Ds of impairment – drunk, drugged, distracted and drowsy driving.

October 2019 Safety Coach: The Right Tools for the Right Job

Safety CoachNever Rest on Fatigue Engage employees in a safety exercise designed to illustrate the importance of sleep health and to highlight workplace safety risks associated with fatigue, including drowsy driving. Pose this question: If you were given an extra hour each day, how would you spend it? Possible answers: Catching up on email Cooking …

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Better Sleep = Safer Driving

Tiredness often is the result of monotonous driving. Some of your employees might be experiencing time-on-task fatigue during their daily commute. And a tired driver poses a potential safety risk.