Know Safety, No Crashes Blog
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A fresh perspective!
National Safety Council Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson brings her unique take on traffic safety to her blog: Know Safety, No Crashes.
Lisa Robinson, CFLE, is a senior program manager for the National Safety Council and heads the Our Driving Concern Employer Traffic Safety Program. Lisa works with employers to support traffic safety within their safety culture, by providing resources and increasing their knowledge on driver behavior, including distracted driving, drowsy driving and impaired driving. She also addresses other traffic safety concerns and works with employers on implementing employer policies to decrease their liability.
Lisa received her B.S. degree from Oklahoma State University and holds the designation of Certified Family Life Educator from the National Council on Family Relations. She has worked diligently to educate employers about the roadway as an extension of the workplace.