January 17 2018

Winter Driving Do's and Dont's

With the current weather in the Northern part of the country and forecasted weather for the rest of the country please take the time to read the Track Safety Alliance #Prep4Winter Guide. 

This winter we need to look out for each other and highlight dangers to make sure that we all get home safely every day.

Keep each other safe

Winter safety advice can often tell us things that we already know. For example, we all know that pavements and roads become slippery in cold and wet weather, and we should take extra care. Even though we know this, more accidents and incidents happen in the winter months because many of us forget the risks we take when we’re in a rush.

Our actions affect others

Whenever there’s an accident, however small, it affects you, the people around you, your colleagues, and even your family. So when you act in a safe way it ensures that everyone connected to you is safe too.

The TSA has produced a number of safety briefs and material to support you and your colleagues this winter. Topics covered include

  • Welfare
  • Driving
  • Heath
  • PPE

Look out for our material across the winter including our video from Mark Carne and our Leadership teams highlighting the importance of Prep4Winter

Click Here to see all TSA Prep4Winter resources. 

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