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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.

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July 2020
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  • Promote the Cone Zone campaign. The annual Cone Zone campaign launched July 6 and runs until August 31. Find resources
  • We’ve all observed various aggressive driving behaviours. Use our new Tailgate Meeting Guide, Avoiding Aggressive Drivers, to help your employees learn how.  Read more
  • WorkSafeBC COVID-19 safety plan app.  Download now

June 2020
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May 2020
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April 2020
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New Road Safety At Work resources available on-line.

This is the second month of dramatic measures to reduce the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic. As we continue to adjust to this situation, please visit the new dedicated COVID-19 page.

March 2020
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A special edition featuring the driving risks and resources related to COVID-19

February 2020
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  • Recently released survey results reported by the Traffic Injury Research Foundation indicate impaired driving is on the rise in Canada. See full story
  • Preventing motor vehicle crashes is an investment that pays dividends. See full story
  • Road Safety at Work wants to identify a few road safety star employers to highlight in future newsletters. Tell us what you’ve done to raise consciousness about road safety, reduce the number of crashes or just implemented a vehicle crash prevention measure that deserves recognition. Don’t be shy – we’d like to shine a light on your achievements! Email your story to  info@roadsafetyatwork.ca.

January 2020
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  • Do you want to know more about automated vehicles? Guest speaker Dan Murray, Sr. Vice President of the American Trucking Research Institute will conduct a webinar on this topic on February 5, 2020. See full story
  • RSAW conducts its annual campaign from January 6 to March 29 throughout BC to encourage employers to do one more thing to continue to improve the safety of employees and contractors when they are driving. See full story
  • Top 10 downloads of 2019. See full story


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