3 Keys to Defensive Driving

When we are out driving on the roads, we know that not everyone drives well. Some people speed aggressively. Others wander into another lane because they aren’t paying attention. Some people driving behind us may follow too closely, make sudden turns without signaling, or crisscross in the traffic without any concern for other’s safety.

Aggressive drivers are known road hazards, causing many traffic accidents. But inattentive driving is becoming more of a problem as people “multi-task” by talking on the phone, drinking or eating as they drive. We can’t control the actions of other drivers. However, learning defensive driving skills can help us avoid the dangers caused by other people’s careless driving.

Is Car A Confined Space?

Many times when we think of confined space, one question strikes our mind, “Is that really a confined space?”

When we think of confined space, it is a place which is substantially enclosed (though not always entirely), and where serious injury can occur from hazardous substances or conditions within the space or nearby (e.g. lack of oxygen).

Individual EHS Accountability – A Professional’s Expression

A Famous English quote says; “Remember Safety is Gainful, Accident is Painful.

But, does this really make sense for all of us? Are we accountable towards Safety?

I was skeptical from the word go, as a recent pass out safety professional with a safety diploma in Industrial health and Safety, wondering how will I achieve the results for which I have been trained and taught for over 3 years. I was skeptical because I was not told that people, whom I am going to work with, will be the biggest resistance to what I wanted and achieved and was paid for, a safe environment for work.

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