Making an Unprecedented Commitment to Prevent Crashes, Save Lives
This World Day for Safety and Health at Work (WSD), TSR members are making an unprecedented commitment to improving road safety by focusing on road safety technology and road safety behavior-based campaigns.
TSR members are at the forefront of leveraging private sector data, technology, and industry expertise to reduce serious injuries and fatalities on the world’s roads. In a rapidly changing connected, digital world, TSR members are leading their industries in investing road safety tech that prevent crashes.
Road Safety Technology
AB InBev invests $7 million annually in operational fleet safety telematics to monitor speed and aggressive driving, improving safe driving practices
Republic Services and HAAS Alert collaborate on how to prevent motorist collisions with large, slow moving vehicles and personnel
LoJack integrates CrashBoxx™ into SureDrive™ connected car application to enable
real-time crash response
Octo Telematics recognizes more than 3 million UBI drivers in North America who have used telematics to improve driving behavior and become safer drivers
Walmart installs more than 6,000 cameras in tractors to enhance safety for its more than 8,000 private fleet drivers
Globally, member companies employ nearly 300,000 professional drivers and more than 600,000 company vehicles. Companies have the responsibility to keep these employees, and the road users they share the road with, safe on the world’s roads. So, in addition to leveraging safer road technology, members are also honoring WSD by leading campaigns to help road users improve their behaviors.
Road Safety Behavior-based Campaigns
AB InBev partners with Lyft to provide safe rides (over 125,000 in the U.S. in 2017) and help reduce drunk driving
AT&T’s It Can Wait campaign encourages the public to never drive distracted, and recently launched a new VR experience that will visit over 200 stops this year
Abertis invests in $3 million partnership with UNICEF to combat child fatalities on the road
CalAmp hosts thought leadership panel on road safety, provides road safety tips and challenges employees to take the TSR road safety pledge
PepsiCo engages 30,000 employees on little things that make a big difference by promoting simple tips to keep drivers safe at work and home
UPS teams up with community organizations around the world to educate more than 10,000 young adults on safe driving
All campaigns drive road users to test their safety knowledge and pledge to be alert and aware, buckle your seat belt, not drink and drive, not text while driving, look for cyclists, respect speed limits, and wear a helmet.
How much do you know about the risky behaviors that can lead to crashes? Take our quiz to learn more, and then pledge to be a safer road user.