Safe Driving Policy

August 2020 Safety Coach: End of Summer and Beginning of New Safety Season

Safety CoachSort for Safety In some places, the amount of traffic this fall may be significantly reduced. In others, people may be going back to the office and school. Expect to encounter additional pedestrians and bicyclists, who may not be visible or are between parked vehicles, particularly during peak travel times. This mixed bag presents …

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September 2019 Safety Coach: Safety is the Solution to a Thousand Word Puzzle

Small Pieces, Big Picture As you say hello to a new day, consider a new way: Look at each piece of your health and safety management system as part of a puzzle designed to meet the needs of your company and its employees. Policies and procedures are in place. Safety drills are conducted and first …

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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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August 2019 Newsletter: A Minute of Safety Can Result in a Pile of Savings

Safety in 60 Seconds It can be difficult to find an hour to think about ways to be innovative or productive at work, but everyone can spare 60 seconds. Sixty seconds is all you need for a safety talk to highlight risks associated with drug-impaired driving. Call it a safety minute. Our new 60-second safety …

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July 2019 Newsletter: Shining a Spotlight on Texas Safety Stars

Celebrating Safety We take pride in recognizing Texas employers committed to keeping their employees safe on the roads. At the Texas A&M Transportation Institute traffic safety conference, we partnered with the Texas Department of Transportation to present the annual Our Driving Concern Employer Traffic Safety Awards to 16 Texas employers who are safety stars. Award …

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April 2019 Newsletter: No Talking, No Texting, No Exceptions

Shattered Dreams Go ahead. Try to measure the human toll of distracted-driving crashes. The numbers are staggering. In Texas, more than 275 crashes every day involve distracted driving. Those crashes resulted in 444 deaths and 2,889 suffered serious injuries in 2017. When a commerical plane crashes, there is public concern. Investigations are launched. Distracted-driving crashes touch …

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