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Ride to Live. Ride to be Safe.

Ride to Live. Ride to be Safe. National Guide to Road Safety 2017/18 – Released Reduce the risks. Allow bigger safety margins. It takes years of practice to get to a point where you can react instantly and correctly to a sudden, serious mistake – the way experienced drivers do. Opinions differ on what’s correct…

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Preventing Hazards And Risks In The Transport And Logistics Industry

Preventing Hazards And Risks In The Transport And Logistics Industry Transport & Logistics Industry Guide to Workplace Safety 2017/18 – Released   Heavy vehicles are involved in a large number of road accidents each year. Placing a high priority on safety is vital for not just drivers, but for all involved in the transport and…

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One Young Death On The Road Is One Death Too Many

One Young Death On The Road Is One Death Too Many  National Guide to Driver Safety 2015/16 – Released   Students drive to school every day. The last thing you’d expect is for them to die on the way there. Young drivers are involved in more than 25% of fatal car crashes. Even the death of…

HANGING UP THE KEYS

Post by Dave Collins on Safety and Risk Management – Free Safety and Risk Management Checklists, Templates, Downloads, Images, Creative Ideas, Discussion and Articles. HANGING UP THE KEYS – Senior Drivers Wednesday, April 23, 2014 – article by our newest Guest Author – Tony Dundon Often, family members of an elderly person, usually their children,…

All Distractions Are Not Created Equally

All Distractions Are Not Created Equally Latest article by Phil LaDuke on his blog: www.philladuke.wordpress.com Phil says: Distracted driving poses a significant risk, but many organizations are implementing knee-jerk policies to eliminate all possible distractions while driving (an impossible quest that will lead to unenforceable and ridiculous policies). In last week’s (it posted Saturday but…