Whatever your belief may be about global warming induced by human activity as the cause for the changing weather patterns we are experiencing across the planet, the changes will have ecological, economic and geopolitical impact.
Peggy Smedley continues her discussion with Richard Harkness, CEO, ADEPT Driver, who says due to delays between the private and public sector it’s not surprising money for road safety programs is not disbursed in a timely fashion.
Jennifer Smith, executive director, StopDistractions.org, believes safety on the roads will come through driver’s retraining themselves to break bad habits, positive use of technology, enforcement of the laws, and greater accountability by drivers to be responsible.
While driving a car is the most dangerous thing we do on a daily basis, Jay Anderson, executive director, Stay Alive…Just Drive, states drivers continue to engage in risky behavior behind the wheel on a regular basis.
With approximately 150 million of this country’s 310 million people serving as employees, Jack Hanley, executive director, Network of Employers for Traffic Safety, believes this is how one can see the impact employers can have on road safety.
When you live in Chicago, one minute the weather outside is too hot, and the next it’s too cold—something we have experienced all too much of this year. But, one place you should always count on being […]