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To Me, Safety is More than Just a Hop, Skip and Drive

Last month, I was featured in a blog post highlighting the stories of seven women who have made lasting contributions to educational equity through transportation solutions. I was humbled and honored! The blog was written by Aylin Cook for HopSkipDrive as part of a Women’s History Month celebration. HopSkipDrive is a mission-driven organization that has …

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April 2021 Newsletter: ABCs Backward: Conceive, Believe, Achieve!

Mythbusters Distracted driving is all too common and deadly. Distracted Driving Awareness Month is a perfect opportunity to educate employees on safe driving behaviors. One of the best ways to participate is to dispel myths about distracted driving. Discuss the following three common myths with employees to encourage them to be safer on the roads: …

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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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November 2020 Safety Coach: Dash of Kindness and Pinch of Safety

Safety CoachServing Up Safety We have officially entered the season of gatherings and holiday events, a time when alcohol-impaired driving is always a concern. Research shows that almost 30 people die in the U.S. every day in drunk-driving crashes – that’s one person every 50 minutes – and holiday periods are associated with an uptick …

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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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