Tag Archives: Oklahoma Highway Safety Office

October 2019 Newsletter: Burn Calories and Cut Costs

Safety Steps Step challenges that encourage employees to get moving have become a staple in many health and wellness programs. As the weather cools, your employees might be more excited… Read more »

September 2019 Newsletter: Going Back to Safety School

Attitude vs. Behavior Kids are back in school. That means more foot traffic in school zones, more bicyclists on neighborhood streets and more congestion around buses as they stop and… Read more »

August 2019 Newsletter: A Minute of Safety Can Result in a Pile of Savings

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 »

Yes to a Summer Bash, No to a Crash

I say, fireworks. You say, Fourth of July. Let’s work together to ensure the fireworks light up the sky, not the roadways. The Fourth of July holiday is a celebration… Read more »

Prepare to Tackle Marijuana Safety Issues

Already in 10 states and the District of Columbia, it is fully legal to use marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes. As more legislation is introduced elsewhere across America and… Read more »

May 2019 Newsletter: Life is a Constant Education

Training from Your Desk Q: Why will employers want to attend Our Driving Concern’s new webinar-based transportation safety trainings beginning May 21? A: First and foremost, we cannot canvas the… Read more »

Silence the Noise and Focus on the Drive

Tap, tap, tap. Recognize the all-too-familiar sound of your fingers typing out a message on your cellphone? SCREECH, BAM!!! That’s the sound of your car rear-ending the car in front… 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 »

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