Tag Archives: National Safety Council

Improved Safety is Well Worth the Journey

At many organizations, employees are required to drive as part of their jobs, whether as construction machine operators or to pick up and deliver goods. One way to cut costs… Read more »

Be Sure Safety is on Your Spring Break Checklist

From now through the middle of April, many of your employees and their family members will take road trips for Spring Break. Send them on their way with tips to… Read more »

March 2019 Newsletter: No Place for March Madness on Roads

Choose Safety Green clothes, green beer and funny green leprechaun hats. All are common sights at St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. But when the celebrations go too far, they can impact… Read more »

10 Fingers, 10 Toes: Safety Counts

Many drivers are of the “not me” mindset. Distraction? Not me. I can make a call and focus on the road ahead. Injury in a crash? Not me. I can… Read more »

Awkward or Genius? An Attempt to Thwart Driver Distraction

Today’s distracted driver might not look that much different than yesterday’s. The types of distraction are what continue to increase. Yesterday, it was simply calls and texts. Today, more and… Read more »

February 2019 Newsletter: Sleep Health and Safe Driving

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 »

Cast the Shadow of a Safety Leader

In February, a famous little groundhog climbs out of his burrow, makes a bold prediction and then for all practical purposes disappears for another year. Does that sound like anyone… Read more »

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