Monthly Archives: July 2014

Topic of the Month – Cone Zones Keep Roadside Workers Safe

Roadside work zones present a deadly hazard for tens of thousands of roadside workers across British Columbia each day. Between 2004 and 2013, 15 workers died and another 224 were injured and missed time from work because of roadside vehicle … More »

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To Drive and Protect: How You Can Save Police from Roadside Injuries

Police officers not only enforce Cone Zones, they are also protected by them. Sure, bright orange pylons aren’t usually present to announce when an officer is in a vulnerable position, but drivers should still approach with caution police and other … More »

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Roadside workers speak out about the dangers of working in the “Cone Zone”

Richmond, B.C. / July 7, 2014 – In B.C., tens of thousands of men and women work on or near roadways and they each have a story to tell about the dangers they face working in the “Cone Zone”. You … More »

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Topic of the Month – Managing Driver Fatigue

It’s summer time – sunny days, quality time with friends and family, and summer vacations. However, for employees that drive in the course of their work, July and August also mean holiday traffic, delays due to road construction projects, disrupted … More »

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