Drug Impairment Training for Texas Employers

June 2021 Newsletter: Dip Your Toes in This Safety Pool

Best and Brightest In the U.S., preliminary data for 2020 shows that while vehicle miles driven were down, crash rates increased. Transportation incidents continue to be the leading cause of occupational fatalities. The most recent Bureau of Labor Statistics data from 2019 show an increase in transportation-related occupational fatalities. Of those killed on the job, nearly …

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October 2020 Safety Coach: Bring Out Your Halloween Safety Magic

Safety CoachRecognize the Signs During the COVID-19 pandemic, some of your employees likely have experienced increased levels of stress or anxiety, both in their work environment and home life. No doubt, some have used over-the-counter or prescription medications to treat these symptoms. In our next session of Drug Impairment Training for Texas Employers (DITTE), we’ll …

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September 2020 Newsletter: If Safety Vision is Clear, then Results Will Appear

Doggone Right Some workplace safety and health programs may overlook impairment. One reason: People are of the mindset that nobody would work impaired. When they hear incidents of drug impairment have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, they express shock and concern. They wonder: How is that possible? Why is this occurring? How could this affect …

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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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