Shift into Winter
Winter is Mother Nature’s road test. Here’s how to ace it.
Road and weather conditions can change quickly. Before you head out, make sure you and your vehicle are prepared for driving in snow, ice, rain and fog.
Do your employees drive their own vehicles on the job? You’re responsible for their safety.
Any vehicle used for work is considered a workplace, regardless of who owns it.
Driving for work is dangerous. It doesn’t have to be, since most crashes, injuries, and deaths are preventable. Together, employers and employees can help ensure all work drivers and roadside workers get home safe at the end of their shift.
Behind every road safety crash statistic is a family member, friend, co-worker, or neighbour who was seriously hurt or killed. WorkSafeBC statistics for 2018 through 2022 for BC show:
of traumatic workplace deaths were due to vehicle crashes.
deaths from work-related vehicle crashes every year, on average.
people injured and off work from work-related vehicle crashes every year, on average.
Crashes are the leading cause of work-related traumatic death in BC. If your employees drive full time, part time, or only occasionally for work, road safety needs to be part of your workplace safety program. Learn about your legal responsibilities and how to fulfill them.
Policies and procedures are the foundation of an effective road safety program. They set standards and provide instructions for employees. Use our templates to create or update your organization’s safe driving rules.
Driving in and around Cone Zones puts people at risk. Learn how slowing down, moving over, and following instructions can help save the lives of roadside and emergency workers, and drivers.
More ways we can help you
Need a speaker for a conference or event? Road Safety at Work can prepare and deliver custom presentations for your organization.
Need to consult with an expert? Our team can work with your organization to offer suggestions for your specific road safety needs.