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Newsletter: Beat The Heat

June 1, 2022

When a child dies in a hot car, the No. 1 question is: How could this happen? But do you know what the safety implication is at your workplace? How Do We Beat The Heat? Before you answer that, know this: About one-quarter of hot car deaths involving kids occur at a place of work […]

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Newsletter: Fleet Technology

May 30, 2022

Many working in the trucking industry or the fleet arena use in-vehicle monitoring systems as tools to collect vehicle data and report on driver behavior. But how do you find the data points that can help you cut costs? And how do you successfully deploy new safety technologies? Learn how in our next free online […]

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Newsletter: Speed Matters

May 24, 2022

During our next free online training session, DeAnn Crane and Mike Ezzell will share tips and free resources to help your coworkers reduce incidences of speeding and aggressive driving. Both are program managers with the National Safety Council and have years of experience in health and safety environments. Register to attend now: Why Speed Matters […]

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Shared Responsibility

May 9, 2022

You see them every day: distracted drivers and distracted walkers. When the two collide, the walker is always going to lose. Simple physics: an average vehicle weighs more than 4,000 pounds. Both parties have a shared responsibility to look out for one another. Some of your employees drive to work. Some drive FOR work – […]

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4 Ways to Ensure You’ve Got Happy Feet

April 5, 2022

These are common elements within a school’s traffic system that indicate to drivers to slow down, exercise caution and anticipate stopping for pedestrians. For student pedestrians, use of traffic controls and designated crosswalks can help to ensure a safer journey to the classroom and home. Based on site safety observations, here are four ways to […]

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Be Strong, Be Loud, and Be Safe

March 7, 2022

Safety is personal. When I share those words and think about that simple message, I also think back to an event that inspired me to be here today. I chose to be an educator because I wanted to help shape the lives of people around me. I chose safety, at least in part, because of […]

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