The Four Leading Causes of On-The-Job Transportation Related Deaths

When You Get Behind The Wheel, Give Safety A Hand

Driving is a leading cause of on-the-job injuries in Texas. In 2012, 87,087 people were seriously injured on Texas roads. A traffic fatality occurs in the state every 2 hours and 35 minutes. Keeping employees safe as they make deliveries or travel between worksites should be a priority for Texas employers. This site explores the four major causes of traffic injuries—not wearing seatbelts, distracted driving, driver fatigue and excessive speed—and provides practical, workable solutions on keeping Texas drivers safe on the job.