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Transportation Safety Topics Newsletter - Loss-of-Control Crashes

One of the most serious types of crashes for commercial vehicles is the loss-of-control crash. These are typically single-vehicle crashes, involving just the vehicle and the driver and can result in a run-off-the road crash, overturn, jackknife or striking an object or another vehicle. There are contributing factors to these crashes, but the major cause of the loss-of-control crash is the driver failing to recognize the hazardous condition and react to it in time.

Tag(s): Transportation; Transportation Safety Topics; Newsletters;

Preview of February Compliance Checkpoints: Nondiscrimination and Employee Benefits

Staying compliant with the ever-changing landscape of employee benefits shouldn't distract from core functions such as recruiting top talent, developing strategic benefits and compensation programs and meeting cost targets. How can you decrease the risks associated with human capital management while maximizing and making the most of your investment in your workforce, especially when confronted with potential discrimination issues associated with offering employee benefits? Read Compliance Checkpoints for guidance through the changing employee benefits laws and regulations. February focus: Nondiscrimination and Employee Benefits.

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RMSI Newsletter - OSHA Liability 2017

As 2017 draws to a conclusion, it is important to look back at what occurred in 2017 and hopefully learn from events because, as human beings, if we do not learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it, in this case, with tragic results. The Romans understood this because they had a mythical god, Janus, who had two heads, one looking backward to the past and one to the future.

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