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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
  • Last week there was a minor buzz about a story suggesting a relationship between politics and traffic deaths. The article identifies the 10 states with the highest number of traffic fatalities per 100,000 residents supported Romney in the last election, and the states with the fewest number of traffic accidents per 100,000 residents supported Obama. To an extent that mystifies safety experts and other observers, federal statistics show that people in red states are more likely to die in road crashes. The least deadly states - those with the fewest crash deaths per 100,000 people -- overwhelmingly are blue. Take a look at the federal statistics and cross-reference a map of the recent election, and you'll find that the correlation

    Nov 24,
    - by Michael
  • Dale Sommers, aka: the Truckin' Bozo, died way back on August 24, 2012. I read about it in the October issue of Land Line Magazine. I've been meaning to post a simple message of respect since then, and then life got in the way. I really don't know Dale beyond listening to him on Sirius XM "Road Dog" off and on for the last few years. He was a funny and sometimes cantankerous old-timer who seemed to know something about something most of the time. He loved trucking and truckers, and talking to truckers about anything you could think of. He called his lovely wife Lumpy, was a lifetime member of OOIDA, and always seemed to be having a second

    Nov 06,
    - by Michael

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