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  • Does your HR Wellness & Benefits Program address the most dangerous activity your employees do every day? According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2013, 76.4% of workers 16 years and older drove alone on their commute to and from work, and another almost 10% carpooled. As something that most do every single day, Driver Safety seems to be overlooked when it comes to other Wellness Programs. Most HR Wellness Programs focus on individual health, including healthy eating and regular exercise, and some incorporate financial and emotional wellness. ​ Recent studies have shown that workers stress over their finances while at work, and that stress carries on through their commute home. Over-worrying can dominate thought and cause distraction for your

    Aug 11,
    - by Michael
  • I'll be blogging the latest and most interesting fleet-related safety topics from the 2012 National Safety Congress in Orlando, Florida. My initial itinerary includes both "Using Data Analytics to Predict and Prevent Workplace Injuries", "Distracted Driving: A Fresh Perspective", and "Beyond Fleet Safety, Practical Tools and Tips". I've arranged several interviews with leaders in fleet safety, insurance, and risk reduction strategy. Watch this space for updates over the next few days, and watch our twitter account@bright_fleet for a live feed during the event. --- Update: Was not twittering yesterday - sorry about that, there was too much going on. Some topic to look forward to in the next few days: Beyond Fleet Safety - a case study on one fleet

    Oct 21,
    - by Michael
  • Road fatalities have dropped by 26% in the period between 2005 and 2011, but recent data show an increase in fatalities (up 13% in 2012), and predictions that this trend will continue to climb. According to a new analysis by Michael Sivak (.pdf) at the university of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, there are many contributing factors attributable to the 2005 - 2011 decline; including safer cars with airbags and stability control, graduated driver licensing programs, and effective legislation. But there is another factor that may be the biggest cause of change for road safety - the general economy. During the recession the number of miles driven has declined. But it's not just the number of miles driven that has changed,

    Oct 03,
    - by Michael

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