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
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Safety CoachFollow the Leaders In 2019, the City of Arlington created a designated driver safety portal for driver safety resources that included items such as
Stress Solutions During the COVID-19 pandemic, distracted driving and impaired driving incidents have been reported across the nation despite the fact fewer vehicles are on
Safety CoachZen Safety Moment Alex Epstein, director of transportation safety at the National Safety Council, grew up in New York City and took his driving
Road Safety Stars All of us have had time to identify our heroes in recent days. We have paid tribute to first responders, truck drivers
Safety CoachPencil Tip Sharp Recently, I sent details about upcoming continuing education opportunities to David Holden, senior safety specialist with the City of El Paso’s
Tired Driver On average, more than 40% of employees are sleep-deprived. Many employees are working longer hours to meet the demands of the COVID-19 crisis.
Safety CoachGaze to the Future I’ve heard it said that education is the passport to the future, and tomorrow belongs to those who prepare today.
8 Ways to Make a Difference COVID-19 has created a new workplace environment for many – as well as a sense of apprehension. If you
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