Traffic Safety News | Date Posted: Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Super Bowl Sunday is only a few days away! Have you decided where you are going to watch Denver and Seattle go head to head? If your game plan includes cheering on your favorite team at a friend’s house or at a local sports bar, be sure to include a sober driver as the final play.
Traffic Safety News | Date Posted: Friday, December 27, 2013
It’s a wonderful time of the year. The time of year when we celebrate our accomplishments, consider our challenges, and join friends and family in welcoming the New Year. By the same token, celebrating the holidays also calls for balance between having fun and being mindful of the safety of our families and those around us. The Office of Highway Safety reminds us of how we can have a safe family holiday.
Traffic Safety News | Date Posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2013
The night before Thanksgiving is often one for celebrating. Whether you are hosting a gathering of family and friends before the big meal or after, it is the responsibility of the host to make sure that each car leaving the party has a designated, sober driver. Read on for helpful suggestions for your celebration.
Traffic Safety News | Date Posted: Thursday, October 24, 2013
Halloween is just days away. By now you have probably picked out a costume. It is likely that you know where you are going and who you are going to meet there. But, have you decided how you are going to get home if you plan to drink alcohol? Take a few minutes right now to plan a safe ride home. Read more on how to plan ahead to avoid legal issues and embarrassment that go along with a DUI arrest and conviction.
Traffic Safety News | Date Posted: Monday, October 7, 2013
Every October, OHS partners with the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) to promote Drive Safely to Work Week (DSWW). This year’s campaign is being observed October 7-11. The theme is “Gear Up for Safe Driving” which focuses on aspects of driver safety that occur before you even start the engine. Get the Facts […]