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February 2021 Safety Coach: Don’t Chase Safety, Choose Safety

Safety CoachSpeed Toward Solutions During the pandemic, traffic volume has decreased on roads across the U.S., but traffic fatalities have increased at a disproportionate rate. In part, this can be traced to speeding, distracted driving and even not wearing a seat belt – all reckless driving behaviors. Too many drivers see open roads and think …

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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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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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Put Your Best Foot Forward

When it comes to motorists and pedestrians, Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson describes safety as a two-way street. Pedestrians need to use crosswalks, avoid being distracted by phone calls, text messages and the sound of music playing in their ears. Drivers, likewise, need slow down in congested areas and focus 100% of …

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