Driving Safety Overview
In the United States, motor vehicle travel is the primary form of transportation. Unfortunately, few are aware of the risks involved with something as common as driving.
Every year, over 30,000 individuals are killed in motor vehicle crashes and more than 2 million are injured. Crashes are the leading cause of injury and death for all people between the ages of 3 and 33.
Driving without a safety belt, distracted driving and impaired driving are the primary causes of injury and death in a motor vehicle crash. But, there are effective strategies to prevent this. Educating employees, providing resources and skills to improve driving behaviors and modifying simple workplace factors can help enhance safety and health.
Workplace environment can play a significant role in reducing the financial and emotional costs due to injury and death from motor vehicle accidents.
Find more driving safety tools at Our Driving Concern: Employer Traffic Safety Program.
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