MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY AT WORK

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Use the following graphics to encourage safe driving, on and off the job.

Fatigue Detection Technology

How To: Choose the right fatigue detection technology for your workplaceimage icon[PNG - 113 KB]
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Purpose: Think carefully about what new information the technology will provide compared to the data you already have.image icon[PNG - 133 KB]
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Science: Ask the supplier to share testing results that show the technology accurately measures fatigue or a sign of fatigue (e.g., slow reaction time, eyelid droop).image icon[PNG]
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Reliability: Consider how reliable the technology is in different settings (e.g., wireless connectivity, extreme temperatures, humidity, lighting).image icon[PNG - 131 KB]
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Feedback: Find out how quickly the technology provides alerts and what cues (visual, audio, vibration) it uses. Sufficient feedback time and the right cues for the work setting can prevent close calls.image icon[PNG - 146 KB]
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Fit: Determine if the technology work with your current systems (e.g., vehicle telematics). Systems that work together can make it easier to predict and detect fatigue risk.image icon[PNG - 137 KB]
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User Experience: Find out if your workers will embrace using the technology. If a device is uncomfortable or bulky, or if there is a data or privacy concern it may not be your best option.image icon[PNG - 143 KB]
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Workers with sleep problems are 62% more likely to experience a work-related injury. Worker safety matters.image icon[PNG - 126 KB]
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Fatigue can reduce focus, slow reaction time, and impair decision-making skills.image icon[PNG - 87 KB]
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Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement Officers: Lower your risk of being struck by a passing vehicleimage icon[JPG - 358 KB]
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Prevent Struck-by Incidents at Crash Scenes: Maintain situational awareness: Keep you head on a swivel, work within traffic control zone, avoid the gap between vehicles, don't turn your back to traffic, always have an escape planimage icon[JPG - 399 KB]
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Prevent Struck-by Incidents at Crash Scenes: Wear your ANSI-approved tearaway high visibility safety vest any time you are exposed to vehicle traffic or working a crash scene.image icon[JPG - 393 KB]
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Prevent Struck-by Incidents at Crash Scenes: Follow your agency's Standard Operating Procedures on temporary traffic control zones.image icon[JPG - 348 KB]
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Prevent Struck-by Incidents at Crash Scenes: Understand the Incident Command Structure and work collaboratively with other responders.image icon[JPG - 398 KB]
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Prevent Struck-by Incidents at Crash Scenes: 1) Maintain situational awareness 2) Wear your ANSI-approved tearaway high visibility safety vest 3) Follow your agency's Standard Operating Procedures on temporary traffic control zones 4) Understand the Incident Command Structureimage icon[JPG - 480 KB]
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Law Enforcement Officers: Lower your risk of being struck by a passing vehicleimage icon[JPG - 276 KB]
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More than 200 law enforcement officers died due to struck-by incidents from 2005-2019 (24% of motor vehicle-related officer deaths).image icon[JPG - 504 KB]
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More than 200 law enforcement officers died due to struck-by incidents from 2005-2019 (24% of motor vehicle-related officer deaths).image icon[JPG - 281 KB]
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Distracted Driving

Speeding

Behind the wheel, driving is your primary job. Hands-free not equal to Distraction-free. Just drive.image icon[JPG - 212 KB]
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Behind the wheel? Calls and texting take your attention away from your primary job. Just drive.image icon[JPG - 292 KB]
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Behind the wheel, driving is your primary job. Eyes on the road. Hands on the wheel. Mind on driving.image icon[JPG - 221 KB]
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Behind the wheel, driving is your primary job. Keep your eyes on the road, hands on the wheel, and mind on driving.image icon[JPG - 436 KB]
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FaceBook graphic: Speeding - Slow Downimage icon[JPG - 221 KB]
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Instagram graphic: Speeding - Slow Downimage icon[JPG - 317 KB]
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In-Vehicle Monitoring Systems (IVMS)

IVMS social media graphicimage icon[PNG - 207 KB]
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Page last reviewed: October 27, 2021