Impaired Driving

March 2019 Newsletter: No Place for March Madness on Roads

Choose Safety Green clothes, green beer and funny green leprechaun hats. All are common sights at St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. But when the celebrations go too far, they can impact your organization’s bottom line. Employers pay for crashes involving employees and their family members, whether they occur on or off the job. In Texas, 1,024 …

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A Creative Way to Deliver Traffic Safety: Video Tool

Change driver behavior with our creative resources and your ongoing educational efforts. Share this silent looping file in your lobbies, breakrooms and other places where you post information on video monitors. Your employees will learn answers to these questions (and much, much more): What do an astronaut and safe driver have in common? Is it …

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Together We Can End Impaired Driving

The National Safety Council has joined forces with six other traffic safety health advocacy organizations in releasing a new video public service announcement to remind Americans that driving impaired — in any form — is dangerous and preventable. “An impaired driver is a dangerous driver; we need to be focused on the ‘four D’s’ — drunk, drugged, distracted …

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