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Risk Factor Activity Tracks 1 Track #1 Click Here to Begin Playbook PowerPoint Risk Factor ActivityOR Track #2 Click Here to Begin Ten Habits Book PowerPoint Risk Factor Activity Office 2010 Presentation
Track #1 Risk Factors Activity Choose 3 numbers between 1 – 63 Choose 3 more numbers between 64 – 129 Choose 3 more numbers between 130 – 195 2
Use the next slides to find and write the risk factors associated with each of your numbers. As you do so, imagine that all nine risk factors are happening at the same moment in time. And ask yourself… “What are the chances of a crash occurring in these circumstances?” “Which risk factors could I eliminate?” 3
Vehicle Risk Factors 1. improper loading of vehicle22. headlight inoperative43. hole in exhaust system 2. mix of radial & bias-ply tires23. stuck accelerator44. hole in radiator 3. occupants in the back seat24. stuck cruise control45. leaking muffler 4. over-sized tires25. tire blowout46. loose seat anchor 5. seat not adjusted properly26. water pump leak47. low power steering fluid 6. narrow wheelbase27. blind spot in mirrors48. low rear tire pressure 7. air conditioner broken28. long wheel base49. no catalytic converter shield 8. brake fade29. air bags inoperable50. no washer fluid 9. broken fan belt30. no collapsible steering column51. pitted windshield 10. broken motor mount31. missing safety belts52. play in steering wheel 11. broken power steering belt32. body has little crash protection53. signal lights inoperative 12. broken radiator hose33. short wheelbase54. smoke film on windshield 13. broken steering system34. cold engine55. worn brake pedal cover 14. broken suspension system35. doors not locked56. loose objects in vehicle 15. broken windshield36. engine idling fast57. no brake lights 16. defroster not working37. no headlights on58. window partway down 17. engine stalls38. excessive speed59. worn shocks 18. fire in engine compartment39. windows fogged60. worn steering system 19. fire under dashboard40. bald tires61. worn wiper blades 20. flat tire41. brakes improperly adjusted62. worn tires 21. fuel leak42. dirty windshield63. rusted frame
Driver or Pedestrian Risk Factors 64. attended a keg party86. reading text message108. arguing with passenger 65. consumed alcoholic drinks87. applying make-up109. competitive behavior 66. used designer drugs88. changing CD/MP3 player110. very happy 67. drinking beer89. combing hair111. in a hurry/ late 68. drunk/intoxicated90. coughing, sneezing112. irritable with other drivers 69. smoking pot91. disciplining children113. retaliating 70. high on ecstasy92. drinking beer114. sad 71. happy hour93. drinking hot coffee115. blurred vision 72. high on prescription drugs94. dropped a lit cigarette116. drowsy 73. using methamphetamine95. frolicking with passengers117. ill 74. taking cold medication96. listening to your favorite song118. eye glasses fogged 75. talking on cell phone97. opening a window119. improper intersection scan 76. talking to passengers98. turning on the defroster120. no communication 77. texting99. putting on the wipers121. not looking to target area 78. thinking about problems100. reading a book122. surprised by other’s action 79. thinking about a funeral101. looking at the GPS123. improper lane position 80. worried about money102. swatting a bee124. improper passing 81. worried about a friend103. in unfamiliar area125. tailgating 82. worried about family104. looking at the scenery126. excessive speed 83. thinking about vacation105. looking for an address127. foot slipped off brake 84. thinking about school106. rubbernecking128. wearing large hooded coat 85. scrolling through iPod107. angry129. wearing bulky mittens
Roadway & Environment Risk Factors 130. crossroad intersection152. no gates at railroad crossing174. car backing out of space 131. crowned road153. bright sun175. heavy rush hour traffic 132. downgrade154. fog176. semi stopped for turn left 133. elderly pedestrian crossing155. patches of ice on road177. stopped traffic 134. gas station entrance/exit156. new moon/very dark178. oncoming traffic 135. hill crest157. raining heavily179. emergency vehicle to rear 136. intersection on left158. Snowing180. vehicle entering from left 137. Intersection on right159. early morning181. vehicle entering from right 138. left curve in road160. mid-afternoon182. vehicle in left blind spot 139. loose gravel on road161. buildings on side of road183. vehicle in right blind spot 140. low bridge162. disabled school bus184. vehicle passing on left 141. railroad crossing163. parked ice cream vendor185. vehicle passing on the right 142. narrow bridge164. parked truck186. bicyclist in the roadway 143. narrow lane165. school bus unloading187. occupied bicycle lane 144. no roadway lighting166. tall grass on roadside188. child running into roadway 145. worn lane lines167. construction site189. hitchhiker 146. non-divided highway168. dark shadows190. intoxicated pedestrian 147. right curve in road169. debris on road191. jogger running with traffic 148. occupied school zone170. traffic light changing to red192. skateboarder on sidewalk 149. T intersection171. stop sign at intersection193. rollerblader in travel lane 150. trees on side of road172.inoperative traffic light194. deer on right side of road 151. obscured traffic sign173. two-way turn lane on left195. squirrel running across road
the crash could be prevented? that any two of you chose the same nine risk factors? Click to continue Click to continue 8 What are the chances…
Track #2 Risk Factors Activity Choose 3 numbers between 1 – 62 Choose 3 more numbers between 63 – 150 Choose 3 more numbers between 151 – 223 9
Use pages 56-58 to find and write the risk factors associated with each of your numbers. As you do so, imagine that all nine risk factors are happening at the same moment in time. And ask yourself: “What are the chances of a crash occurring in these circumstances?” “Which risk factors could I eliminate?” 10
the crash could be prevented? that any two of you chose the same nine risk factors? Click to continue Click to continue 12 What are the chances…
There are trillions of ways a crash can occur! To significantly reduce the chances of crashing: choose to eliminate risk factors contributed by driver performance, and acquire a system of preventative habits. That’s what this course is all about – a lifetime of crash free driving! If you were to calculate how many different combinations of nine risk factors could be made from the "partial listing", it comes to 3,191,260,909,915 different ways you could become involved in a crash!
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