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April 2019 Transportation Safety Topic: Deadly Distractions

A study done by Virginia Tech revealed 80% of crashes involved some type of distraction or drowsiness three seconds prior to a crash. Professional Drivers deal with distracted drivers every day, but how many times are they driving while distracted? Anything that interferes with concentration needs to be eliminated while driving. Driving requires 100% of attention, 100% of the time.

March 2019 Transportation Safety Topic: Active Shooter

Companies should prepare their employees how to deal with an active shooter situation in the workplace and develop a plan. Employees in the transportation industry are vulnerable to workplace violence because these jobs more often involve contact with the public, working off hours (late night, early morning), exchanging money and delivering goods or services.

Preview of Compliance Continuity - February: HIPAA Privacy and Security

Reduce your risk of HIPAA penalties with Compliance Continuity. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has the authority to levy multi-million dollar penalties on organizations for HIPAA violations, and is not hesitant to do so. Our focus this month will be on critical compliance efforts under the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules to not only avoid HHS penalties, but also to provide a solid framework for protecting employee and dependent health plan information.

Tag(s): Compliance Checkpoints; Healthcare;

Auto Terrorism: Are You Covered?

In 2017, the Transportation Security Administration issued a six-page advisory document to truck and bus companies to be cautious of potential terrorists. Shortly after, New York City announced spend to install 1,500 cement protective barriers around the city to protect public ways. Other cities are utilizing recessed trenches and creating more public space to put distance between attractions and thoroughfares.

Tag(s): Automotive; Transportation; Terrorism;