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Top 7 Causes of Winter Injuries

While on-road safety training is important, drivers are more likely to have an incident when they aren’t in their vehicle. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, slip and fall injuries and muscle pulls are much more common than vehicle collisions.Step up your injury prevention game this winter (using three points of contact, of course) with this free poster.

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Winter Driving Pre-Trip Safety Checklist

Winter weather driving preparation requires more than just telling drivers to carry chains and a shovel. Download and print this free pre-trip inspection checklist to ensure your fleet drivers, dispatchers and maintenance crew do everything they can to prevent expensive incidents and downtime this winter.

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Winter Driving Safety Statistics Infographic

Even though drivers log 20% fewer miles in winter compared to summer, the number of collisions only drops by 5%. Not surprising, right? Bad weather and fewer daylight hours make every road a little more dangerous. Learn more by downloading our winter safety infographic.

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Winter Driving Safety ePostcards

We created snackable safety reminders using content from our online driver training courses. They’re the perfect complement to your existing driver safety program because they keep incident prevention top-of-mind during the most hazardous time of year.

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Winter Driving Safety Policies and Procedures Checklist

Make sure your team members —from maintenance to dispatchers to drivers —know what to do when winter weather is in the forecast. It’s critical to have clear, established safety procedures that help drivers avoid unsafe situations, prepare drivers to make smart decisions in the field and keep your team on track when the weather turns bad. Learn more!

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Winter Driving Safety Course Guide

How much does your fleet spend on incidents and injuries each year? Probably more than you’d like. A small investment in driver safety training this winter can prevent expensive incidents. Not sure what topics to cover? Use our helpful Winter Driving Safety Course Guide to get started.

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7 Causes of Winter Injuries

While on-road safety training is important, drivers are more likely to have an incident when they aren’t in their vehicle. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, slip and fall injuries and muscle pulls are much more common than vehicle collisions. Download this free poster to learn more about common winter injuries and how to prevent them.

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Winter Neighborhood Danger Zones

Wintertime is full of hazards, both in and out of the vehicle. Slip, trip and fall injuries are the #1 worker’s comp claim and the #2 reason drivers get injured. Delivery drivers, especially new drivers, may not be aware of the danger zones that lurk under snowy lawns or unshoveled driveways. Get our free poster to learn more about the top neighborhood danger zones.

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5 S.T.E.P.S. to Prevent Common Driver Injuries

Crashes get all the attention during winter, but most injuries happen while the vehicle is stopped. The most common driver injuries are preventable strains, slips, trips and falls. For tips on keeping your team safe, check our free poster, 5 S.T.E.P.S. to Prevent Injuries This Winter.

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