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Safety & Accident


North American Occupational Safety and Health Week Set for May 2006

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and its 30,000 occupational safety, health, and environmental professional members are urging everyone to participate in North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week during the first week in May 2006 (April 30-May 6, 2006).


Alcohol-Related Deaths on Highways Decline

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Traffic deaths declined and fewer people were killed in alcohol-related crashes on U.S. highways for a second straight year, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), reported the Associated Press.


NHTSA Rule Mandates More Thorough License Checks

WASINGTON, D.C. — The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued a final rule mandating states to verify a driver's eligibility before renewing and issuing any type of driver's license.


Identifying Best Practices In Accident Management

Managing the consequences of accidents is a process that can encompass a number of functions: reporting, repairs, subrogation recovery, even safety. Smart fleet managers should review them all and determine what works best.


“Safety Wins” Invites Drivers to Certified Safety Training at the Michigan International Speedway

BROOKLYN, MI — Safety Wins, a not-for-profit program that offers free driver safety education and driver recognition, invites individuals who drive as part of their job to attend a free driver safety training class at the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Fri., Aug. 19.


Gainesville, Florida, Selects CEI for Fleet Accident Management Services

TREVOSE, PA – The City of Gainesville, Fla., and the Gainesville Regional Transit System have selected The CEI Group, Inc. to provide accident management services for its fleets of cars, trucks, and buses.


Study Sounds Alarm on Using Cell Phones While Driving

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Drivers using cellular phones are four times as likely to get into a crash that can cause injuries serious enough to send them to the hospital, said an insurance study released July 12, according to the Associated Press.


Online Courses Cover Fleet Safety Training

SOLANA BEACH, CA — now offers its Online Fleet Manager as a Web-based management tool for corporate driving safety courses. Online Fleet Manager provides three online courses in multimedia form or as a low-bandwidth, text-based training tool.


Drivers Feel Driving Is Getting Riskier, Yet Most Admit to Dangerous Behaviors

WASHINGTON, D.C. — American drivers say the aggressive and distracted behavior of other drivers is more aggravating than traffic delays, road construction, and personal stress combined.

News Teams with Fleet Response to Launch Complex Driver Risk Profiling Program

TORONTO, ONTARIO — and Fleet Response have teamed up in the develop-ment and administration of Driver History Profile (DHP), a comprehensive Web-based system for fleet managers.

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