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“Expect the Unexpected”: New H&S Campaign for September/October Kicks Off

Safety Corner

The health & safety of our employees, passengers and the communities we serve continues to be our top priority.

Our commitment to highlight different Health & Safety themes every couple of months continues.

With kids going back to school and Pedestrian Awareness Month in October, “Expect the Unexpected” is not only a timely theme for our September/October campaign – but a necessary one.

Throughout the next two months, we will be providing our employees with information around various topics that fit under the “Expect the Unexpected” umbrella including:

  • Back to School
  • Crosswalk Safety
  • Know Your Blind Spots
  • Pedestrian Awareness Month
  • Be the Safer Pedestrian
  • Speed Matters
  • Time Change Effects
  • Staying Alert

Stay safe and healthy.

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