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Tuesday, April 7 (10-10:45 a.m.): Transportation Safety: Your Playbook in the COVID-19 Era. In times of crisis, leading people safely requires a different playbook. Circumstances are changing quickly. Employees are distracted by the crisis, and they are afraid. At the same time, safety never sleeps. Brian Fielkow, CEO of Houston-based Jetco Delivery and executive vice president of Montreal-based The GTI Group, and Jorge Chavez, Jetco Delivery professional driver and Road Captain for American Trucking Association’s America’s Road Team, will provide hands-on tools that operations and safety leaders can deploy now to ensure safe outcomes in the COVID era.

Wednesday, April 8 (10-10:30 a.m.): Impairment in the Workplace: Being Alert to What May be Impacting Your Workplace Safety. Safety-proof your workplace by encouraging awareness of what impairment means for everyone’s safety and the success of the company. Be ready to think in terms of off the job behavior that impacts your bottom line and how productivity is affected. Lisa Robinson and Cindy Leonard, with the National Safety Council, will discuss what you can do. Your questions related to what you need to know will be discussed.

Thursday, April 9 (2-2:30 p.m.): Running on Empty: Understanding Fatigue as Impairment in the Workplace. How can you keep your workplace from falling asleep on this important safety topic? Lisa Robinson and Cindy Leonard, with the National Safety Council, will share what you need to know about fatigue, safety, and the impact of impairment-related fatigue. Log in to this webinar to find out.

Tuesday, April 14 (10-10:30 a.m.): A Vehicle is a Workplace. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of occupational fatalities. Prepare your employees for best driving practices when they get behind the wheel. National Safety Council Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson and Program Manager Cindy Leonard will discuss how to protect your most important asset (people) and prevent incidents.

Wednesday, April 15 (10-10:30 a.m.): Steps to Creating a Traffic Safety Culture. In this follow-up webinar to “A Vehicle is a Workplace,” National Safety Council Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson and Program Manager Cindy Leonard highlight ways to strengthen your safety culture, shape driver behavior for all employees, develop sound policies and address driver behaviors on and off the job. Best practices and resources will be shared.

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 has 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 and the importance of speed and safety. He also will provide safety tips for drivers to use as extra caution in work zones. Lisa Robinson, senior program manager with the National Safety Council, will join this session for a Q&A near its completion.

Wednesday, May 27 (10-10:30 a.m.): Securing Your Load: Preventing Road Hazards and Liability. The sliding weight of a loose load can cause a tip-over event on the road. Items that are not tied down can turn into flying projectiles. In either case, there is the potential for road users to sustain injuries. Using the proper load-securing devices and using them correctly is good for business and good for the safety of all motorists. Danny Thomas, founder of Accurate Safety Compliance, and Lisa Robinson, senior program manager with the National Safety Council, will discuss why securing loads is important for employers. The two will provide best-practice solutions to prevent crashes and cut costs associated with destruction of property.

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