Safety in 60 Seconds It can be difficult to find an hour to think about ways to be innovative or productive at work, but everyone can spare 60 seconds. Sixty… Read more »
The human brain cannot handle two thinking tasks at the same time, like driving and talking on the phone. Your brain toggles quickly between the two tasks. When driving, this… Read more »
Shattered Dreams Go ahead. Try to measure the human toll of distracted-driving crashes. The numbers are staggering. In Oklahoma, 8,645 crashes involved distracted driving in 2017, according to the Oklahoma… Read more »
Many distracted driving incidents are the result of personal choices, including cell phone use while behind the wheel, handheld or hands-free. Research indicates distraction persists long after you finish using… Read more »
About one-third of all traffic fatalities are linked to drunk driving incidents. Education is one way to affect culture change. Most adults reach 0.05 BAC after two to three drinks…. Read more »
Eye-Opener Q: Do your drivers or employees feel like they are on “autopilot” at times when behind the wheel? A: Repetitious or monotonous driving can be the cause of time-on-task… Read more »
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 speaks to issues and concerns all employers face when trying to make their workforce safe on the road. Get the Results You… Read more »
Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson discusses the safety effects of fatigue — and the potential risks of drowsy driving.
Advocate and Educate: Five Action Items to Address Impairment Issues Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson speaks to issues and concerns all employers face when trying to make… Read more »