According to the CDC’s Key Injury and Violence Data, motor vehicle accidents have long been the leading cause of death for Americans aged 1 to 44, and they remain a leading cause of death for all age groups after accounting for health conditions such as heart disease and cancer. Roadway accidents are also the top cause of deaths in the workplace. For those who drive often, driving might feel relatively safe and mundane, and driving carefully might feel like second nature. But the prevalence of crashes resulting in injuries and fatalities makes it clear that safer driving should be top-of-mind for everyone.
Step 1: Assess your Transportation Risk Management
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Step 2: Take Courses on Distracted Driving
Step 3: Enroll in SafetyFirst’s Monitoring Program or Participate in Discounted Telematics
- Selecting and Qualifying Professional Drivers
- Understanding the Importance of a Motor Vehicle Record Policy
- Stay Safe on the Roads This Winter
- Improving Driver Selection with Road Tests
- Understanding the Risks of 15-Passenger Vans
- Help Prevent Vehicle Theft in your Organization
- Help Your School Bus Passengers Stay Safe
- Distracted Driving Kills
- Faith-Based Organization Related Transportation
- Help Prevent Fatalities from First Responder Motor Vehicle Accidents