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 Road Safety at Work



Every day thousands of workers in British Columbia drive while they're on the job - not only couriers and truck drivers but also sales people, community health workers, utility workers and countless others.

Driving can be risky. In fact, occupational motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of traumatic deaths in British Columbia. On average, 23 workers are killed in crashes each year. Between 2009 and 2013 the cost of claims to WorkSafeBC stemming from car crashes involving workers was $247 million.

Road Safety at Work offers online tools and resources to help employers manage occupational road safety, and is suitable for any B.C. employer, public or private, regardless of size or industry.

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video thumbnail If You're Driving for Work, You're on the Job
Motor vehicle incidents are a leading cause of worker fatalities in British Columbia. This video is a dramatic portrayal of employer responses to such incidents, emphasizing the emotional impact on employers, workers, and their families.
video thumbnail Road Safety: Employer Responsibilities
Motor vehicle incidents are the leading cause of traumatic work-related deaths in British Columbia. Employers are responsible for ensuring the safety of workers when they drive for work. This video highlights their key responsibilities, as well as misconceptions employers may have about their legal duties to ensure workers are safe when driving for work.

WorkSafeBC news release provides tools to improve safety for B.C.'s working drivers , Richmond, B.C., February 17, 2012


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