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November 2019 Archives

Drowsy driving causes crashes and these drivers are most at risk

Most workers feel exhausted driving home to Brooklyn after a long night shift. Some of them might experience the warning signs of dangerous drowsiness that could lead to car accidents. Frequent blinking and yawning, lane drifting and blanking out for miles indicate that drivers are at a heightened risk of falling asleep behind the wheel. Shift workers who put in long hours or night hours are among the categories of people most at risk for drowsy driving accidents. Commercial drivers are also vulnerable to getting tired while operating buses, tractor-trailers or tow trucks.

Ladder use leads to 500,000 falls annually

Chances are, if you make your living working as a roofer or construction worker, you rely on ladders on a near-daily basis to perform the basic functions of your job. Ladder use, however, is responsible for a high number of injuries and deaths every year, with Industrial Safety & Hygiene News revealing some surprising and sobering statistics about the dangers of using ladders.

How AI could help reduce distracted driving

Brooklyn residents may be wondering what can be done about distracted driving. Road signs and public service announcements are telling everyone about the dangers of distracted driving, yet many drivers do it anyway. As a result, distracted drivers are behind more and more accidents. Every day in this country, such accidents claim the lives of nine people and injure about 100 people.

Safe winter driving for New York residents

It's not too hard to be a safe driver when winter comes and places ice and snow on the roads. Drivers simply need to remember a few facts and act accordingly. This is assuming, of course, that drivers are heading out only when necessary. First of all, the slippery conditions that ice and snow create cause the tires to lose traction. To keep what little traction they have, then, drivers must slow down.

Daylight saving time ends, but drowsy driving a risk

Every year in New York and across the U.S., an average of 328,000 car crashes occur because of drowsy driving. Some 109,000 of the crashes result in injury, and 6,400 end in death. Most people are aware that drowsiness is dangerous in drivers: It slows one's reaction times and reduces one's ability to concentrate. Yet 27% of respondents in AAA's 2018 Traffic Safety Culture Index admitted to driving drowsy at least once in the previous 30 days.

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