Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of workplace deaths. Reduce your organization's road safety risk in 5 steps.

Step 1: Get Management Commitment

Management commitment ensures road safety initiatives receive the resources needed to help reduce road-related injuries on the job. And when senior managers communicate their commitment to occupational road safety to all employees, positive safety climate changes can occur. More »

Step 2: Do a Status Review

A status review highlights gaps in an organization’s road safety program and shows where the organization is improving. Safety audits, risk assessments, data analyses and consultation with employees are key components. Tools to conduct a status review are provided. More »

Step 3: Identify Risks & Hazards

Identifying the organization’s most significant road safety risks and hazards helps focus efforts and resources. A tool for determining probabilities, related costs and the organization’s level of control is included to help identify the priorities. More »

Step 4: Develop Strategies

Developing strategies that target not only drivers, but also the vehicles they drive and the journeys they make is an important step in reducing or eliminating road safety risks and hazards. A tool is provided to help identify strategies, related costs and potential benefits. More »

Step 5: Plan For Action

An action plan provides the organization with a roadmap to reduce or eliminate motor vehicle incidents. A structured process includes development of a cost-benefit rationale, which is the foundation for a business case. An action plan worksheet is provided. More »

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