Online Materials: Driving Safety at Work

UA 290 Plumbers Steamfitters Training Center
20210 SW Teton Avenue
Tualatin, OR 97062
Presented by: CROET on June 6, 2008

Target Audience: Health and Safety Professionals, Employers, Human Resources, Union Safety Representatives, Loss Control, Agency Safety Representatives.

Symposium Description: Motor vehicle use is one of the greatest hazards many employees face on the job. This symposium will address insights gained from research, success stories and successful working models to assist attendees to better address motor vehicle safety on the job and in their work places.


Welcome and Opening Remarks

Gary Rischitelli , MD, JD, MPH
Oregon FACE Program, CROET presentation (pdf)

Evaluating Crash Causation in Commercial Vehicles using Naturalistic Data
Richard Hanowski, Ph.D., Director, Center for Truck & Bus Safety Virginia Tech Transportation Institute  presentation without videos  (pdf)


Panel: Addressing Challenges Employers Face With Motor Vehicle Safety Programs
Julie Davie, Oregon DHS
Greg Kosel, Kool Pak LLC

Randy Lovell, Walsh Construction (no materials available)


Creating a Motor Vehicle Safety Climate: Translating Recent Research into Practice
Ryan Olson, Ph.D., CROET  contact for presentation

The Younger Driver - Effective Training Programs
John Harvey, ODOT partial presentation (pdf)

Oregon OSHA's Focus on Motor Vehicle Safety
Craig Hamelund, Oregon OSHA presentation (pdf); handout (pdf)