Distracted Driving: Sample Company Policy

Page 1 of 3 Distracted Driving: Sample Company Policy Occupational motor vehicle incidents (MVIs) are the number-one cause of traumatic worker deaths in British Columbia; on average, 30 workers are killed each year as a result of these incidents.


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February 2010 www.michigan.gov/ohsp SAFETY Network 1 FocusDriven focuses in on dangers of distracted driving Michigan Traffic Safety Summit agenda set for March 30-April 1


Distractions Brochure Final Art Revise 11_08

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TIPS Topics in Public Safety

DISTRACTED DRIVING Connecticut State Police TIPS Topics in Public Safety Traveling on local roads and highways requires that drivers use skill and concentration at all times.


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Distracted Driving Fact Sheet.pub • 12% of crashes in Utah involve a distracted driver. • Cell phones are the leading driver distraction.


Put the Brakes on Distracted Driving

Office of Public Affairs National Transportation Safety Board www.NTSB.gov . Fact Sheet . Put the Brakes on Distracted Driving . After completing an investigation of an August 5, 2010 highway crash in Gray Summit, Missouri, where a


Distracted Driving Summit

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Getting distracted on this job could cost you your life.

When behind the wheel, driving is your most important job. Michigan police report almost 5,000 drivers are involved in crashes each year because they are distracted by a variety of factors.


Distracted Drivers in School Zones

Distracted Drivers in School Zones A National Report Jurek G. Grabowski, PhD, MPH Stephanie Goodman, MPH Department of Evaluation and Research Safe Kids USA 1301 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. Suite 1000 Washington D.C. 20004 [email protected] Office: 202-662-0623 Cell: 202-510-7953 Fax: 202-393-2072


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James M. Jeffords Vermont Legislative Research Service Distracted Driving The use of cell phones is on the rise in the United States and lawmakers face the dilemma of whether to regulate cell phone use while driving.


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