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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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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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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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August 2019 Safety Coach: Make Safety Your Passion and Your Purpose

Safety CoachLife Coach Aggressive driving is no laughing matter, but that doesn’t mean you have to forego humor during a training session to get your employees engaged – right from the start. Try playing this gem from the old Fox hit Malcolm in the Middle: Duel at the Mall. Then, point to this statistic: According …

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