Motor Vehicle Safety Programs
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Road safety in corporate fleet settings: Approaches from organisational and industrial psychology
This paper poutlines some theories and conceptual approaches from organizational and industrial psychology which are applicable for researching work-related driving and designing fleet safety countermeasures.
Traffic Safety in Marine Terminals
This OSHA guidance document is designed to help improve traffic safety in marine terminals.
Work-Related Motor Vehicle Crashes: Preventing Injuries to Young Drivers - September 2013 - What Employers Should Know
This fact sheet will help employers be more aware of the risk of motor vehicle crashes among younger workers and offer recommendations to prevent motor vehicle crashes.
How to Make Safer, More Knowledgeable Drivers—On and Off the Job
This NIOSH Science Blog addresses questions related to how employers can help workers understand and learn how to use safety features built into vehicles they drive for work.
NIOSH Safety and Health Topic: Motor Vehicle Safety
Explore our site to learn how the NIOSH Center for Motor Vehicle Safety provides research-based guidance to prevent motor vehicle crashes
Oregon OSHA Fact Sheet Plus: Motor Vehicle Safety for Employers and Employees
The Standards and Technical Resources Section of Oregon OSHA produced this fact sheet on motor vehicle safety to highlight our programs, policies, or standards.
Source: Oregon OSHA
Workplace Safety and Health Topics: Distracted Driving
Distracted driving occurs any time you take your eyes off the road, your hands off the wheel, and your mind off your primary task: driving safely.
Oregon OSHA's Vehicle Safety for small businesses in the construction industry
Check out this Oregon OSHA guide if you’re a construction small-business owner whose employees don’t need a commercial driver’s license to drive company vehicles or if you’re the employee who logs the miles.
Source: Oregon OSHA
Review of best practice road safety initiatives in the corporate and/or business environment
This project investigated the potential to introduce road safety based initiatives in the corporate environment.
Source: Monash University