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Road Safety At Work Newsletter

We publish a road safety focused monthly e.newsletter, and distribute it to a variety of subscribers. If you are not already receiving it, we encourage you to subscribe now.


February 2021
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  • Winter isn’t over yet. There’s still the need to reduce the risk of being in a motor vehicle crash this winter by learning how to properly prepare and adjust your driving for winter conditions. Until March 31, 2021, for only $65, the Justice Institute of BC is offering an online Winter Driving Fundamentals course. Click to email JIBC to find out more
  • If you’re an employer or supervisor of roadside workers, there’s a new resource for you. Ensure your workers’ safety while on the job with the Roadside Work Preparation – Hazard Assessment tool. Learn more
  • Employers are responsible for providing a safe work environment. This includes making sure drivers are qualified for the driving they are expected to do. It’s important to regularly check drivers’ abstracts through ICBC, and to assess the competencies and skills of both new and veteran drivers. Use our Driver Qualifications tool kit for more resources. Review resources

January 2021
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  • Plan now for road safety all year. Our no-cost Road Safety Planner gives you the tools to address key road safety topics in straightforward, practical ways.  Subscribe
  • Pandemic forces changes to driver training.  Read more
  • Adjust your mirrors to improve safety. Properly adjusted mirrors give drivers the fullest possible view with the least amount of additional effort.  Learn how

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