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Thursday, Feb. 6 (10-10:30 a.m.): The Best Offense is a Solid Defense. Does your company have a defensive driving strategy? Talking with your employees about risks associated with speeding and aggressive driving can assist them with handling unsafe driving situations. Lisa Robinson, senior program manager with the National Safety Council, will discuss what aggressive driving is and how employers can encourage their employees to adopt safe driving habits to avoid dangerous driving situations.

Thursday, March 26 (2-2:20 p.m.): How to Protect Your Employees and Your Business. Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death on the job. A company with established practices and that values the safety and well-being of its employees can track impact relating to business operations and finances. Lisa Robinson, senior program manager with the National Safety Council, will discuss what transportation policies a company should have. She also will talk about how to model and enforce those policies to increase your return on investment.

Tuesday, April 21 (10-10:30 a.m.): Navigating the Work Zone Safely and Successfully. Work zones have become increasingly dangerous places for both workers and drivers. Research shows increased speed limits, impatient drivers and widespread traffic congestion have contributed to a rise in work zone injuries and fatalities. Jerry Ullman, regents fellow and manager of the Work Zones and Dynamic Message Signs Program at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, will discuss the environment drivers have to navigate in work zones, as well as the importance of speed and safety. He also will provide safety tips for drivers to use as extra caution in work zones. Use these tips to review with your employees during National Work Zone Awareness Week and anytime of the year. Lisa Robinson, senior program manager with the National Safety Council, will join this session for a Q&A near its completion.

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