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Company vehicle safety
Safety program goals: Save lives Reduce injuries Protect resources Reduce liability 1a
Protect people: Driver eligibility Pre-plan response to emergency Provide training 2a
Protect people: Reward safe driving Enforcement Employee input 2b
Protect resources: Vehicle safety ratings Proper use Safety inspections Proper maintenance 3a
Reduce liability: Insurance Licensing Company standards Qualified mechanics 4a
Program contents Management leadership Policies, procedures 5a
Program contents: Driver agreements Driver reviews 5b
Program contents: Incident reporting, investigation Vehicle selection, maintenance 5c
Program contents: Disciplinary action Safety rewards 5d
Program contents: Driver training Compliance with laws 5e
Young drivers Age restrictions: 16 = no driving 17 = strict limits State laws 6a
Young drivers Statistics: Crashes leading cause of death 18% of all drivers in police-reported crashes 6b
Young drivers: Lowest seat belt use Take more risks 6c
Safe driving strategies: Safe vehicle Emergency supplies Seat belt Defensive driving 7a
Safe driving strategies: Focus on driving Be alert, awake No alcohol, drugs 7b
Vehicle inspections: Visible damage Tire inflation, tread Fluid levels 8a
Vehicle inspections: Belts, hoses Fuel Windshield wipers 8b
Vehicle inspections: Controls Lights Seat belt Emergency kit 8c
Emergency supplies: Phone First aid Warning triangles, flares 9a
Emergency supplies: Water, food Clothing Tools Blanket, etc. 9b
Seat belts: Reduce risk of fatalities, injuries Prevent ejection from vehicle 10a
Aggressive driving Be defensive: Check mirrors Following distance Cushion of space 11a
Aggressive driving: Speeding Tailgating Not signaling Running red light 11b
Aggressive driving: Allow enough time Plan route Avoid congestion 11c
Aggressive driving: Accept being late Don’t join a fight Report to police 11d
Aggressive driving Speeding: Reduced steering Longer stopping distance Dangerous anywhere 11e
Distracted driving: Conversations Eating, drinking, grooming Playing stereo 12a
Distracted driving: Reading maps, directions Using navigator Using phone 12b
Distracted driving NHTSA advice: Pull over to use phone 12c
Distracted driving Cell phones: Hand-held vs. hands-free Phone vs. passenger Phone vs. other distractions 12d
Drowsy driving: Under-reported 13a
Drowsy driving: Start fully rested Stop, stretch Realistic distance goals Avoid medications 13b
Drowsy driving: Take nap Caffeine Then, stop and sleep 13c
Drowsy driving: Other preventions: Physical discomfort Rumble strips Then, stop and sleep 13d
Impaired driving: Alcohol Medications Illegal drugs 14a
Impaired driving: Over 16,000 deaths per year Weekdays vs. weekends 14b
Impaired driving: Stay away Report to police 14c
Impaired driving: Weaving Wrong side of road Very slow speed Sudden braking 14d
Impaired driving: Slow response Open windows Not using headlights 14e
Summary: Program benefits Program elements Young drivers Vehicle safety Seat belts 15a
Summary: Aggressive driving Distractions Drowsy driving Impaired driving 15b
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DRIVER EDUCATION FORUM 5/10/2007 SFC. T. ARCARO. CRASHES Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for people ages 16 through 24 years old.
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