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February 2018 Archives

U.S. road safety the subject of NGA report

The National Governors Association has published a report that should be of interest to drivers in Georgia. It lays out some of the strategies that state governors can take to boost safety on the roads, and its policy development tools can be applied to any state and any situation.

Marijuana holiday linked to increased traffic fatalities

Marijuana users in Georgia and around the country began to celebrate on April 20 in the early 1990s when the date was promoted as a pot holiday. Based on research by the University of British Columbia, 4/20 may now be linked to increased traffic deaths. The researchers, who studied federal accident data gathered between 1992 and 2016, discovered that fatalities were about 12 percent higher on April 20 compared to the week before and the week after.

Collision avoidance systems save lives, says IIHS study

A study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety shows that collision avoidance systems, such as lane departure warning systems and blind spot alerts, can cut down crash injury rates in Georgia and across the U.S. Researchers came to this conclusion after studying over 5,000 accidents that took place in 2015.

Being productive at your job can sometimes be a real pain

You have been working in the same industry for years, and you might notice some pervasive aches and pains that you did not have when you first started out. No, this does not necessarily mean you are getting old, or that you should just deal with it without complaining. Like many other Georgia residents, your job might have contributed to a repetitive motion injury.

Reducing fatigue in the EMS industry

Because emergency medical service workers are so prone to fatigue, there has been a call for new guidelines to address the situation. The goal is to improve working conditions and safety for both EMS professionals and patients throughout Georgia and the U.S.

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