Promoting Road Safety At Work
We appreciate your interest in promoting the safety of workers who drive.
Click on the activated headings below to find our logos, ready-made content, banners, brochures and tag lines. You are welcome to use these in presentations or your email signature, or as social media posts to help raise awareness of road safety and to promote the tools and resources available on RoadSafetyAtWork.ca to your co-workers, supervisors, friends and fellow drivers.
Road Safety At Work Logos
Use these images for banners on your intranet or internet website, or in your email signature. When using the web buttons and banners, you will need to activate (hyperlink) them to redirect to RoadSafetyAtWork.ca.
Signature Lines, Texts and Tweets
Brighten up your email signature or send a Tweet to promote road safety in your organization, and in your community. You are welcome to use these ideas in conjunction with the RSAW logo for websites, media announcements, newsletters, social media posts, etc.
Road safety is smart business. 30 characters
Pay attention or pay a tow truck. RoadSafetyAtWork.ca 54 characters
When I’m behind the wheel, driving is my only job. 50 characters
When I’m behind the wheel, driving is my only job. RoadSafetyAtWork.ca 71 characters
When I’m driving, it’s my only focus. RoadSafetyAtWork.ca 57 characters
When you’re behind the wheel, driving is your only job. 55 characters
When you’re behind the wheel, driving is your only job. RoadSafetyAtWork.ca 76 characters
For my employees who drive, road safety is our top priority. Learn how it’s done at RoadSafetyAtWork.ca. 104 characters
Does your road safety program measure up? Take a two-minute road safety quiz at RoadSafetyAtWork.ca to find out. 112 characters
A successful road safety program requires management commitment and employee engagement.
Find out how at RoadSafetyAtWork.ca. 126 characters
Need help identifying and controlling the hazards you face while driving on the job? Find tools, resources and advice to help you take control at RoadSafetyAtWork.ca. 166 characters
Each year, 23 BC workers lose their lives in a motor vehicle crash. Visit RoadSafetyAtWork.ca and start building a stronger road safety program for your organization. 166 characters
Road safety matters to the 1290 BC workers who were injured and missed work in 2013 as a result of a motor vehicle crash. Drive road safety forward – visit RoadSafetyAtWork.ca. 176 characters
Each year, 23 BC workers lose their life in motor vehicle crash – road safety maters to their friends and families. Visit RoadSafetyAtWork.ca and start building a stronger road safety program. 192 characters
Road Safety At Work Content
Spread the word about Road Safety At Work. Below is ready-made content you can use to tell others about Road Safety At Work and the services we provide. You are welcome to use this in your presentations, newsletters and bulletins, on your intranet and in other communications.
Road Safety At Work is a not-for-profit initiative managed by the Justice Institute of BC and funded by WorkSafeBC to help employers improve the safety of workers who drive for work, or who work at the roadside.
Our vision is to:
Reduce worker motor vehicle incidents and related deaths and injuries on BC roads
Our mission is to:
- Inform BC employers about their road safety responsibilities
- Engage employers to integrate road safety into their safety programs
- Enable and assist employers to develop, implement and improve their road safety programs.
Road Safety At Work - Helping Employers Make BC Roads a Safer Workplace
Road Safety At Work is an initiative funded by WorkSafeBC and managed by the Justice Institute of BC to help employers improve the safety of workers who drive for work or who work at the roadside. Our vision is to “Reduce worker motor vehicle incidents and related deaths and injuries on BC roads”. We work with employers to help them build and implement road safety programs that strengthen and sustain work place road safety results.
The key services we provide include:
Tools and Resources – Our website RoadSafetyAtWork.ca has information explaining employer obligations, facts and statistics that support the business case for road safety, a step-by-step process explaining how to build a road safety program and its essential elements, “how to” guidance to identify hazards and build policies to control them, tool box talks for supervisors, quick quizzes and checklists for employees and other resources to help organizations meet their road safety challenges.
Workshops – We offer free hands-on workshops that demonstrate tools we provide and guide participants through the steps to design, implement and improve a road safety program. We collaborate with employers to customize workshops that address specific road safety topics.
Consulting Services – Whether you are just starting your road safety program, or you have specific areas you want to strengthen, we work with employers - in-person, on-the-phone or online – to develop solutions (free of charge)