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Driving in winter conditions? Plan ahead
Winter driving in BC is dangerous. The Shift into Winter campaign, supported by the Winter Driving Safety Alliance, helps employers and drivers to reduce the number of crashes and injuries at this time of year.
Employers and supervisors can use our templates and other resources to plan ahead and be prepared for winter to meet their legal responsibilities to keep employees safe.
Winter is Mother Nature’s driving test, whether you drive for work or pleasure. Learn what to do before you get behind the wheel, and while driving, to keep yourself safe.
Winter Driving Safety for Employers and Supervisors Online Course
Learn how to plan, implement, and monitor a winter driving safety program in your organization using Shift into Winter resources, including policy and procedures templates.
From crash investigations to preventing driver fatigue…we have a webinar for that! Access all our free Webinars on Demand, at: https://t.co/9Kc2NzVyrz pic.twitter.com/k4TnUDp1EY— Road Safety at Work (@RoadSafeAtWork) March 22, 2023
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Winter Driving Safety Alliance
The Alliance is a partnership between public and private organizations committed to improving the safety of drivers in winter conditions.
Alliance members work together to provide education and resources that help reduce winter driving risks and injuries. Learn more.