Tiredness often is the result of monotonous driving. Some of your employees might be experiencing time-on-task fatigue during their daily commute. And a tired driver poses a potential safety risk.
Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson discusses the safety effects of fatigue — and the potential risks of drowsy driving.
Do you have employees that drive at night for their job? A driver’s field of vision can be narrowed to include only areas illuminated by headlights and fixed road lights…. Read more »
The Governors Highway Safety Association reports 83.6 million Americans are driving sleep-deprived every day and that 5,000 lives were lost in drowsy driving incidents in 2015. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration… Read more »
In an effort to assist you in driving traffic safety at your workplace, we’ve created infographics, safety posters, fact sheets and tip sheets. Print and post these items or share… Read more »
Take Steps to Reduce Drowsy Driving Incidents Involving Your Employees Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson speaks to issues and concerns all employers face when trying to make… Read more »
Unlock Lug Nut Mystery with Fully Stocked Emergency Supply Kit Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson speaks to issues and concerns all employers face when trying to make… Read more »
Drivers with alcohol concentrations at or above .08 have been involved in about one-third of all traffic fatalities for the last three decades. Drunk driving crashes continue to claim about… Read more »
Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson speaks to issues and concerns all employers face when trying to make their workforce safe on the road. Q: How do… Read more »
Change driver behavior with our creative resources and your ongoing educational efforts. Download and share this looping file in your lobbies, breakrooms and other places where you post information on… Read more »