Keep Trucking Safe November 2020 Newsletter

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Safety Material for the Trucking Industry
 November 2020

Now Hear This!

Truck drivers work around loud noise hazards! Whether from the ambient sound coming off the rig or from terminals, maintenance shops, warehouses, construction, or airport noise, it can be hard to hear. With all the noise, it’s hard to hear warning signals—even without a hearing impairment. Drivers with hearing loss have an even harder time of it. To help, limit daily workplace noise exposures to within NIOSH recommended exposure limits.

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Drive Awake, Arrive Alive

Sleepiness and driving is a dangerous mix that makes America’s roadways unsafe. Taking place from November 1-8, Drowsy Driving Awareness and Prevention Week is a national campaign to educate motorists about the hazards and serious consequences of drowsy driving. 

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Workplace Hazard Reporting and Response System

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This training tool will teach you what a workplace hazard reporting and response system is and the importance of having one. This system is used to gather and document information to improve hazard identification, assessment, elimination, and control.

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What is Safety Climate?

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Safety climate is the new catch phrase in occupational safety circles. But what is it? And what does it mean to your company? Find out in this training:

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