Improving Safety of Employees Who Drive For Work: Managing Driving-Related Stress

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This informative and interactive presentation explains what driving-related stress is and the events and conditions in your driving environment that cause it. We’ll delve into how stress generates fatigue, clouds judgement and incurs errors that negatively impact driver performance. We’ll share several practices and tools that employers can implement to reduce driver stress and improve employee safety. Learn 10 practical tips that every driver can apply to manage driving stress. Bring your questions and be ready to learn.

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Rick Walters is Fleet Safety Program Manager and Angelina Robinson is Client Relationship Manager with Road Safety At Work, an initiative managed by the Justice Institute of BC and funded by WorkSafeBC to help employers improve the safety of workers who drive for work or who work at the roadside.

Learn more about Rick Walters here and Angelina Robinson here.