Tips to Support Older Drivers Many of your employees drive almost every day, whether as a regular part of their job, to commute to work
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Safety CoachBuckle Up for Holiday Travel In the coming days, millions of Americans will jam roads and airports during the long Thanksgiving weekend. Some will
Stand Tall Whether your coworkers are playing host to a big gathering this Thanksgiving or traveling to visit friends and relatives, you can help keep
Safety CoachWorld of Difference During the first quarter of this year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates 1,063 people died in crashes in Texas,
Walk with Us People walk for a variety of reasons. Some count steps as part of a workplace walking challenge or a healthy lifestyle routine.
Safety CoachReady for Any Situation In school buildings and at many other workplaces, the term “situational awareness” is applied regularly to environmental health and safety
Reach Down, Lift Them Up Impairment is not a new safety issue in the workplace. Alcohol and the use of other drugs, including marijuana and
Safety CoachHop on the Safety Train In April, two people died in a crash after a driver tried to beat a train at a crossing
Shining Safety Stars Some Texas employers use in-vehicle monitoring systems to collect vehicle data and report on driver behavior. Others have developed driving scorecards or
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