Category Archives: For Employers

December 2018 Newsletter: Plan for Safety at Holiday Gatherings

Deck the Halls with Safety 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… Read more »

November 2018 Newsletter: Be Sure Your Employees Feast on Safety

Lisa’s Lists: 5 Reasons to Give Thanks and 3 Tips for Safe Driving Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson speaks to issues and concerns all employers face when… Read more »

October Newsletter 2018: Impairment Should Scare You Silly

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 »

September 2018 Newsletter: Fun: Painted Eyelashes, Not Fun: Paying for Crashes

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 »

August 2018 Newsletter: ‘Big Kids’ Can Go Back to School, Too

Reserve a Seat in the Front of the Bus with Back-to-School Safety Efforts Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson speaks to issues and concerns all employers face when… Read more »

July 2018 Newsletter: Know What to Do if Your Vehicle Breaks Down

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 »

June 2018 Newsletter: Turn Lane is Not a Merge Lane and Merge Lane is Not a Turn Lane

It Really Does Matter: Do the Right Thing When Making a Left Turn Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson speaks to issues and concerns all employers face when… Read more »

Steer Oil and Gas Drivers away from Fatigue

In the oil and gas industry, workers often drive long distances to reach remote sites. Shift work can override natural sleep patterns. This can lead to fatigue and drowsy driving…. Read more »