Slow down in areas known for wildlife Be especially alert between dusk and dawn Actively scan the road ahead Wear your seatbelt
Drop! Cover! Hold on! Practice these on October 19th at 10:19 am For the Great BC ShakeOut Earthquake Drill.
Stay focused Allow space for roll backs Drive out of blind spots Leave more space to brake Have lots of space to pass Return the favour when merging Have a little patience Get more information
Plan your route Put your cell phone away Don’t eat or drink Do your personal grooming before you drive Secure objects inside your vehicle
Pencil and paper Measuring tape Report forms Flashlight Marking tape and/or cones Contact numbers of company management and regulators Chalk or lumber crayon Camera – your cell phone will do the trick
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Develop a mentorship program Get them involved in making H&S decisions Provide hands on training Encourage them to ask questions Involve parents and other family members Identify them with special clothing, name tags, etc. Observe and correct any mistakes Get more information
Reduce Your Driving Speed in Adverse Road and/or Weather Conditions Enter a Curve Slowly Reduce Your Speed Before Entering an Exit/Entrance Ramp Drive Slowly with a Loaded Trailer Slow Down in Work Zones Get more information
It can take the average freight train traveling at 88 kmh (55 mph) 1.5 km (1 mile) or more to stop. At crossings, don’t stop any closer than 6 meters (15 feet). If you’re in traffic, don’t go forward if you can’t safely clear the crossing. Keep in mind there’s an overhang, both for your … Read More
Plan your route Set your radio to the station you want Turn your cell phone to silent Finish your personal grooming Ensure your mirrors are in proper position Confirm your seat is in the correct position