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    ​The Transportation Division provides insight into safety on and off the roads and waterways.

  • What is the Transportation Safety Division?


    ​​The Transportation Division is comprised of industry professionals dedicated to identifying motor transportation safety needs and developing innovative solutions. These professionals share their knowledge and work to develop safety policies.

    The Transportation Safety Division is divided into four sections:

    • Highway traffic safety
    • School transportation
    • Transit
    • Commercial/fleet and motor vehicle​


    Transportation Division Meets At 2015 NSC Congress & Expo 

       
    Members of the NSC Transportation Safety Division met at NSC Congress & Expo 2015 in Atlanta. The Division welcomed new members, who also serve in the Young Professional Division, and listened to a presentation by Ron Flegel of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) on the subject of federally regulated drug workplace policy. Read a copy of Mr. Flegel's presentation.
     
     

    Transportation Safety Division Executive Leadership

     

    Scott Claffey, Chairman and Delegate
    Tom DiSalvi, Vice Chairman
    Rose McMurray, Secretary
    Teresa Cole, Immediate Past Chairman and D​elegate
     

    Maes

        Christy Maes
        christy.maes@nsc.org
        NSC Division Program Manager

     



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