Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Oregon Employers for Traffic Safety Conference

Evergreen Safety Council is hosting a FREE 1-Day Traffic Safety Conference through a generous Oregon Department of Transportation Traffic Safety Division grant. The facility has been donated by NECA/IBEW on Airport Way in Portalnd, OR.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Do you have employees that drive? During work? To and from work? Learn from industry experts on how you can help reduce the #1 cause of workplace fatalities – Crashes! This can save your company money and save your employees lives.

Reserve you spot today for this dynamic free training event! Click here to register online

State of the State
Troy Costales, ODOT Transportation Safety Division
DUI/Ignition Interlock Devices
Jerry Stanton, Ignition Interlock Systems
Speed and Aggressive Driving
Jim Pierce, Oregon State Police
Oregon’s New Cell Phone Law
Gene Rushing, Evergreen Safety Council
Managing Our Driving Behaviors
Syd Muzzy, Traffic Safety Education Consultant
Sleep Issues and Driving
Dr. Gerald Rich, Pacific Sleep Program
Driving Through Work Zones
Dave White, D&D Safety
New Technology: Onboard Advisor
Michael Slattery and Tim Haugaard, Liberty Mutual

Vendors include ACTS Oregon, CROET, Liberty Mutual, OR-OSHA, NO Zone Truck and more...

Reserve you spot today for this dynamic free training event! Click here to register online

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