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A pair of sand-filled blue flip-flops are pictured here as a way of illustration how you can leave a trail of sunshine.

May 2024 Safety Coach: Raise Awareness of Road Risks with Memorial Day Travel Tips

Safety CoachLeave a Trail of Sunshine As Memorial Day approaches, many are gearing up for a long weekend off work and the unofficial start of summer. Some will attend parades, picnics or family gatherings, trying to pack as much fun as possible into that 72-hour window. Here are a couple of ways you can encourage […]

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This is a photograph of a St. Patrick's Day table decked out with party favors and green-frosted cupcakes.

March 2024 Newsletter: We’re ‘Sham-Rocking’ Our Green to Mark a Special Safety Occasion

Go Green for Safety This time of year, it is traditional for friends and neighbors to share their favorite corned beef and cabbage recipes or let you know where they buy those green-frosted cupcakes. Of course, this is all part of the prep for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Many will wear green and go out

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A tired Beagle is pictured here laying on the couch, yawning with a long tongue stuck out.

2023 November Safety Coach: Wake Up to Sleep Health and Get a Check-Up to Prevent a Breakdown

Safety Coach Dog-Tired When you encourage everyone on your team to prioritize sleep health and attentive driving, you’re also prioritizing safety. Want to try a new approach? Here’s an idea: Throw out the term “microsleep” during your next team meeting. Ask if anyone knows what it means. Then share this definition: A microsleep is a

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A teen driver is pictured working with his parent to learn safe driving habits.

2023 October Newsletter: Reduce Risks with Teen Driver Toolkit and Get a Fast Pass to Safety

Risk Reduction Car crashes are the leading cause of preventable death for teens, and DriveitHOME, a program of the National Safety Council, is committed to keeping new drivers safe by getting parents and caregivers more involved as their teens learn to drive. In partnership with Honda, DriveitHOME is offering parents, caregivers and stakeholders a free

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Workplace Traffic Safety: Silent Looping Video

Change driver behavior with our creative resources and your ongoing educational efforts. Share this silent looping file in your lobbies, breakrooms and other places where you post information on video monitors. Your employees will learn answers to these questions (and much, much more): DIRECT DOWNLOAD: Go to this transfer portal to download the mp4 file of this silent

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You may not actually be able to hold the world in the palm of your hands, but you can make a world of difference by promoting traffic safety.

October 2022 Safety Coach: Step-by-Step, Rep-by-Rep, Here’s How You Impact Driver Behavior

Safety CoachWorld of Difference During the first quarter of this year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates 1,063 people died in crashes in Texas, an increase of 4.8% over 2021. That’s scary, particularly as we inch closer to the Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday driving periods when alcohol-impaired crashes typically spike. Looking across the

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