Tool Kits Directory

Tool Kits are shown in the same order as they are introduced in the Three-Step Process, and in which most users will want to use them as they develop their road safety program.

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  • MVI Cost Calculator

    A valid appraisal of crash-related costs demonstrates how they can hurt your business. Use this tool to summarize those costs so management will appreciate the value of taking action to prevent incidents.

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  • Road Safety Snapshot

    This 10-question survey covers key indicators of road safety success. Use it to find out how employees feel about road safety measures in your organization, and to benchmark future performance.

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  • Road Safety Plan Template

    Whether you are starting your road safety program, or looking to improve your current plan, consider this framework. It lists key elements of a road safety plan, shows how you could organize yours, and provides links to resources and materials to help build each segment.

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  • Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment

    This Tool Kit will help you identify the driving-related hazards that matter most in your workplace. It explains two methods you can use to evaluate associated risks, decide on the control measures that belong in your road safety program, and set priorities for action.

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  • Controlling Hazards

    Some measures are more effective than others for controlling the driving-related hazards your employees encounter. The hierarchy of controls explains the systematic ranking of measures you can apply to control driver exposure to hazards.

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  • Build Strong Policies

    Your road safety program deserves a good map. Effective policies describe the principles and strategies that the organization will apply to help achieve its safety objectives. Use this framework to build policies that work for your organization.

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  • Safe Work Procedures

    Aligned with your road safety policies, safe driving procedures are key tools to communicate how the company expects employees to drive while at work. This section has guidance for writing effective procedures, plus several examples for your use.

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  • Driver Qualifications

    Qualified drivers understand driving responsibilities. They have - and apply - necessary skills. Use these resources to verify employees are legally authorized to drive. The Driver Assessment Form will help you check competencies. Read how you can access training that helps build the right skills.

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  • Distracted Driving

    Distracted drivers cause far too many crashes. Look here to grasp the human and financial costs of distraction-related crashes and understand the science behind distractions. These resources will help you combat the issue: links, statistics, fast facts, a quiz, an example policy and more.

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  • Driver Fatigue

    Fatigue contributes to thousands of crashes every year yet 60% of us admit to driving while fatigued. Learn about the causes of fatigue and how it impacts driving performance. Understand the signs and symptoms of fatigue, and use these resources to manage it.

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  • Tips for Employees Who Drive

    Employees have a crucial role in helping to ensure their own safety when they drive for work. This section has several practical suggestions every driver can apply to help prevent crashes.

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  • Journey Management

    Effective journey management is one of the best ways to minimize exposure to driving-related hazards. This section explains journey management and has resources to help you apply it in your workplace. Use TripCheck - a mobile-friendly trip planning tool that helps reduce risks.

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  • Vehicle Inspections

    If your employees drive for work, you need to know those vehicles are mechanically sound and ready to safely transport your staff or deliver your products. This section offers forms you can use or adapt to vehicles in your operations plus useful “how to” guidance.

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  • Vehicle Maintenance

    For safe and efficient operations, vehicles require regular maintenance and prompt repairs. AutoCheck describes typical maintenance intervals and offers helpful “how to” tips. If you’re looking for a manual for your vehicle, our compilation of links will help you find it.

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  • Vehicle Safety Technologies

    Lane departure warning systems, automatic parallel parking, adaptive cruise control. These are just a few of the dozens of new vehicle technologies now available to help make driving safer. Learn how they work and how to use them.

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  • Vehicle Emergency Kit

    A vehicle emergency kit with the safety supplies, tools, clothing and other contents is a great way to be prepared for the emergencies employees might encounter.

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  • Investigating Motor Vehicle Incidents

    When a work-related crash occurs, it's important to learn why it happened so the company can take actions to prevent other incidents. This tool kit provides step-by-step guidance, a purpose-built form, checklists, diagrams, sketches and helpful links.

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  • Tailgate Meetings

    Tailgate meetings are an excellent way to engage employees in conversations about road safety issues that matter to them. Look here for outlines with resources, ideas and website links to help make your meetings successful.

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  • Definitions & Glossary

    This section provides definitions for road safety terms used on this website, in many workplaces and among safety professionals. There is also a glossary that explains many of the road safety acronyms you may encounter.

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  • Quizzes, Videos and Tip Sheets

    Quizzes, videos and tip sheets are handy resources; use them to challenge and expand road safety knowledge in your organization.

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  • Preferred Practices

    The Occupational Road Safety Preferred Practices draw upon academic research, case studies and industry practices plus the expertise of Technical Advisory Committee members representing employers, agencies and associations from across BC.

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  • Promotional Materials

    Add these logos, banners and tag lines to your e-mail, or use the brochures and ready-made content to raise awareness about road safety to co-workers, across your organization friends and fellow drivers.

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