Newsletter: Spanish Resources

July 27, 2022

You’ve heard it said about communication: You need to talk to people in language they understand and meet people where they live. But what does that mean, and how can answering that question help you bolster your safety program?

Let’s start with this: Meeting people where they live means you’re willing to recognize their needs, their differing styles, their values – all the things that make them unique. When it comes to safety, meeting people where they live means speaking their language, too.

We’re here to help. We’re offering a number of free transportation safety resources in Spanish so you can more easily communicate with your whole team:

Safety is valuing each of your people individually and making sure they stay out of harm’s way. Safety is a universal language.

Safety Huddle – Holiday Driving

November 17, 2023

Free Resources or download the PDF version here!

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Safety Huddle – Backing Over

August 1, 2023

  Free Resources for more Safety Huddles or click Here for a PDF!

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Safety Huddle – Reckless

June 24, 2023

What’s the best advice you’ve been given to handle reckless drivers? My best approach is to just get out of their way. Don’t let someone dictate how you behave on the roads. Be in total self-control, avoid verbal engagement, eye contact and arm gestures. We don’t know what’s going on in someone’s life. Of course, […]

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