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August 2015

Trucking Safety Practices to be Studied by the ATA

Trucking safety practices will be looked at closely in a study of the industry being undertaken by the American Trucking Associations. The goal of this study is to gather information regarding the costs associated with safety programs in place. Motor carriers are being sought by the ATA to participate in the study. Once the data is collected and evaluated, the results will be…

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The Persistent Problem of Distracted Driving Continues

Every year 3,328 people are killed in car accidents – and distracted drivers cause 421,000 of those accidents. Yet, no matter what we do – the persistent problem of distracted driving continues to claim lives. In fact, a recent study released by the National Safety Council found that more than 37% of all car crashes were caused by cellphone use. 16% of those…

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Personal Injury and Depression – A New Approach

Marian Wilson, PhD, MPH, RN-BC, and Assistant Professor at Washington State University College of Nursing, has developed a creative approach to treating depression related to chronic pain. Dr. Wilson, a chronic pain researcher, board certified in Pain Management Nursing from the American Nurses Credentialing Center & American Society for Pain Management Nursing, is currently seeking individuals with any chronic illness and depressive symptoms…

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