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Driver Distraction

Driver Distraction (3:22)

Driver distraction is a huge cause of collisions.  It doesn’t matter if you are talking on your cell phone, texting, eating or daydreaming…, a distracted driver is a dangerous driver.  Reduce collisions by concentrating on the task at hand.

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It was an Accident It was an Accident… Just One of Those Things (3:44)

When was the last time you had a true ‘accident’?  Looking back, do you think your ‘accident’ could have been prevented?  Those events we call ‘accidents’ aren’t true accidents… they could have been prevented.

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Protect You HeadProtect Your Head… You May Need It (4:15)

Head injuries are the leading cause of death due to trauma.  It doesn’t matter if you are exploring a cave, riding an ATV or if you are at work, wearing the proper head protection reduces head injuries and death.  There is proper head protection for every activity… wear it!

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Don't Slip When Getting in or Out of a VehicleDon’t Slip When Getting In or Out of a Vehicle (3:20)

It may seem innocent enough, but getting in and out of your vehicle in icy conditions puts you in a very vulnerable position.  Injuries can range from a mild strained back to death… realize the hazards as you get in and out of your vehicle.

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Statistics are PeopleStatistics are People (2:55)

The death of one man is a tragedy. The death of a million is a statistic. – Joseph Stalin

When we look at statistics, we don’t think about the people behind the numbers.  It’s important to remember that each number was a mother, father, husband, wife, child, friend or co-worker.

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Always Think of the Repercussions of Your ActionsAlways Think of the Repercussions of Your Actions (1:30)

This is the best tip I can give… whatever task you plan on doing, take a few seconds to think about the repercussions of your actions.  Take that second to think about what will happen in the event something goes wrong.  Take a second to think who else will be affected if something goes wrong and you are hurt…, or worse.

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