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ADTS Speakers to Dispel Driver Safety Myths

June 08, 2008

LAS VEGAS ---  Advanced Driver Training Services' (ADTS) Phil Moser and Jim Costello on Wednesday, June 11, will present a driver safety session at Safety 2008, the conference of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE).

The presentation is titled, "Fact versus Reality: Common Myths about Driver Safety and Vehicle Crashes." Moser is ADTS' national sales manager and Jim Costello is sales manager.

The session will review the most common myths associated with driver safety and vehicle crashes, while presenting factual data to dispel the myths that can hinder an organization's efforts to protect business drivers from the risk of crashes.

Moser and Costello will provide information to help safety professionals improve their driver safety programs and reduce their organizations' vehicle crash rates. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. workers, causing one in three worker fatalities and a high percentage of injuries.

 

Moser is a regular guest speaker at industry conferences and meetings of trade organizations such as ASSE, the National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA), the Risk & Insurance Managers Society (RIMS), and the American Fleet Leasing Association (AFLA).

 

A graduate of the Pennsylvania State Police Academy, Moser was an accident investigation and reconstruction specialist with the Lower Providence (PA) Police Department for 11 years before joining ADTS.

 

Prior to joining ADTS, Costello was marketing development manager for a major truck leasing company, responsible for developing lease contracts and long-term revenue streams. He was a presenter on the agenda of Safety 2007 and has served as a speaker at NAFA chapter meetings.

 

ADTS is a leading provider of driver safety training services and products.

 

 

 

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