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KY FACE Worker Safety Toolkit - Tow Truck

Concordance of motor vehicle crash, emergency department, and inpatient hospitalization data sets in the identification of drugs in injured drivers
Traffic Injury Prevention: October 2013 / 14(7):680-689
This study from Kentucky found that identifying the presence of drugs in injured drivers involved in motor vehicle crashes was greatly improved by linking crash data with emergency department (ED) and inpatient hospitalization data.

Tool-box talk for commercial drivers: Driver fatigue -- Kentucky [PDF - 308 KB]

Hazard alert: Workers killed due to driver distraction -- Kentucky [PDF - 424 KB]

Motor vehicle injuries among semi truck drivers and sleeper berth passengers -- Kentucky [PDF - 317 KB]

Fact sheet on injury prevention strategies for older drivers -- Michigan [PDF - 448 KB]

Fact sheet on safety belts and work-related motor vehicle crashes -- Kentucky [PDF - 124 KB]

Fact sheet on substance abuse and work-related motor vehicle crashes -- Kentucky [PDF - 194 KB]

Fact sheet on work-related motor vehicle crashes -- Oklahoma [PDF - 48 KB]

Surveillance of work-related motor vehicle crashes -- Oklahoma [PDF - 93 KB]

Brochure on distracted driving for employers and workers -- Oregon [PDF - 702 KB]

Fact sheet on work-related motor vehicles crashes in construction occupations -- Washington [PDF - 35 KB]
En español [PDF - 33 KB]

Fact sheet on work-related motor vehicle crashes in icy conditions -- Washington [PDF - 22 KB]

 

 
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