Preventing collisions with wildlife

Every year in BC, thousands of vehicles collide with wildlife. In addition to the grave consequences these collisions have for the animals, they result in injuries and trauma to employees, extensive damage to vehicles and lost productivity.

Proudly presented in cooperation with the Wildlife Collision Prevention Program and the BC Forest Safety Council, this webinar explores:

  • The frequency, cost and consequences of collisions with wildlife in BC
  • Where and when these collisions tend to take place
  • Strategies and processes employers can implement to reduce risks
  • Practical measures and driving tips that drivers can apply to prevent collisions with wildlife

Webinar recording:

Preventing collisions with wildlife (approx 1 hour)

Webinar slides:

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Webinar resources:

Here are links to various resources which were mentioned in the webinar session:

Key Websites

The Costs of Wildlife – Vehicle Collisions

Hands-On Skills Development Resources

Online Skills Development Courses

Tailgate Meetings Guides

Journey Management Tools

  • Journey Management Tool Kit – put effective journey management to work in your workplace
  • TripCheck – handy, mobile friendly trip planning and management tool
  • RoadWatchBC - reporting wildlife sightings along major highways in the Elk Valley
  • DriveBC – traveler information system for BC highways

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