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Tuesday, April 23 (11 a.m.-noon): You’re Not as Safe as You Think Your Are: Distracted Driving continues to have devastating consequences on our roads, sending a ripple effect into our homes, communities and places of work. You’re not as safe as you think you are. However, there are things that workplace safety leaders are doing to protect their employees and, ultimately, other drivers on the road. Learn more about the risks of distracted driving from Our Driving Concern Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson and what safety-forward companies are doing to combat those risks.
Tuesday, April 23 (2-2:30 p.m.): Hiding in Plain Sight (Part 2): When surveyed, 70% of U.S. employers said prescription drug misuse impacts their workplace. Do you know what to look for? In this 30-minute webinar, Texas A&M Transportation Institute researcher Laura Mooney continues the discussion on what free resources are available to assist in identifying problems with substance use in your workplace. Program Manager Cindy Leonard will join Mooney to talk about what Our Driving Concern can bring to employers through its impairment efforts as well.
Tuesday, June 4 (2-2:30 p.m.): Navigating the Cross Roads — How to Keep Your Employees Safe at Intersections. Eddy Tijerina, training and development supervisor with the Oklahoma Safety Council, points to the multitude of activity at intersections — signage, turn and merging lanes and traffic signals. He says intersections can be confusing even to the most skilled driver. And he outlines tips for maneuvering through different types of intersections, including four-ways and roundabouts, and highlights best practices for safety in turning lanes.
Thursday, Aug. 29, (2-2:30 p.m.): Defensive Driving — Employer Refresher Tips. Betsey Kulakowski, training and development manager with the Oklahoma Safety Council, discusses how you should approach driving, what to do before you get behind the wheel and what to do once you get there. She will talk about fundamental concepts of defensive driving that can better equip your employees to improve their driving skills, identify hazards and reduce risk.