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How Employers Can Keep Older Drivers Safe at Work
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of work-related deaths in the United States. Millions of workers, such as long-haul truck drivers, sales representatives, and home health care staff, drive or ride in a motor vehicle as part of their jobs. As our workforce ages, we need to pay special attention to the needs of older drivers in the workplace. The NIOSH Center for Motor Vehicle Safety recently released a new fact sheet that provides employers and workers information on age-related physical and mental changes that may affect older workers' driving, as well as resources and checklists...
The Business Case for Managing Road Risk at Work
ETSC's latest PRAISE report gives an overview of the business case for employers to invest in a Work-Related Road Risk Management (WRRRM) programme. It finds that the financial and other benefits of such a programme could outweigh the costs of implementation. The other benefits such as increasing efficiency in organisational management and administration are also detailed. Source:
Trucks driving fatalities
Data released by Safe Work Australia today in the report Work-related fatalities involving trucks, Australia 2003 to 2012 show an alarming number of Australia's truck drivers are being killed at work each year. The report outlines target areas to help reduce truck-related fatalities, including: •managing public road travel to reduce fatigue and using appropriate speed for the conditions •ensuring that vehicles are braked appropriately •increasing awareness of pedestrian workers and members of the public •ensuring that vehicles and equipment are maintained appropriately and...
Updated guidance on driving for work
Updated guidance from HSE is now available. The new leaflet applies to any employer with employees who drive, or ride a motorcycle or bicycle at work, as well as self-employed people. It also applies to those using their own vehicle for a work-related journey. It emphasises how to follow a ‘Plan, Do, Check, Act' approach and shows examples of how this approach can be applied to work-related road safety. Source:
Livre blanc - Prévenir le risque trajet domicile-travail
Inciter les entreprises à repenser les déplacements professionnels pour faire converger la prévention du risque routier et la préservation de l'environnement : c'est l'objectif du livre blanc réalisé par le comité de pilotage pour la prévention du risque routier professionnel avec la participation de l'Assurance maladie Risques professionnels. Le document propose une série d'actions concrètes visant à une mobilité sûre et durable. Parmi ces mesures figurent notamment le développement... provides tools to improve safety for B.C.’s working drivers
WorkSafeBC has launched a new online safe driving website in partnership with the BCAA Road Safety Foundation. is aimed at employers whose workers are required to drive in the course of their work. Source :
ETSC just published its third PRAISE Fact Sheet
Following the publication of the PRAISE Thematic Report on Fitness to Drive ETSC interviewed the Haulage company Fredso Vognmandsforretning, to gain insight on how even a small company can invest in road safety, notably by addressing drink driving through the use of alcolocks. Source :
Assessing the effectiveness of the Workplace Transport Route Map
This report describes a study to assess whether the workplace transport 'Route Map' is an effective tool to help users manage workplace transport risks. The Health and Safety Executive wanted to assess whether the Route Map had fulfilled the needs of stakeholders as originally expressed in the Route Map public consultation and whether or not it currently provides a useful resource for industry. Telephone interviews with a representative sample of the Route Map users were conducted and the findings revealed that the original consultees' expectations had been adequately met. Furthermore...
Safe waste and recycling collection services
This guidance is aimed at clients in control of contracts, those who specify contracts, and employers who operate the services. It will also help managers and supervisors design and operate collection services so that acceptable levels of safety are achieved and maintained.
Workplace transport - Personnel
Focusing on advice for workplace managers who are responsible for; recruiting, training and hiring drivers and operators. These web pages are for workplace managers who are responsible for: recruiting drivers and operators training drivers and operators hiring contractors managing visiting drivers safely.
Driving Safety
Find out what are the top distractions for drivers and how to reduce delayed reaction times. Learn what to look for in driver training program to get the most effective one to meet your needs. Discover what event data recorders in today’s vehicles provide and tips for teaching your employees to be better drivers. Watch this informative interview with Phil Moser of Advanced Driver Training Services and Jerry Laws, Editor of OH&S.
Salariés intérimaires, soyez vigilants au volant
Une campagne régionale de sensibilisation des agences d'intérim et de leurs salariés à la prévention des accidents routiers au travail vient d'être lancée par la DRTEFP et la CRAM dans le cadre du groupement régional de santé publique (GRSP).

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