Associated Risk Managers (ARMI) International, Inc. supports the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) effort to put an end to distracted driving. As risk managers we have a duty to be involved with stopping distracted driving, we believe this major initiative on our part will contribute to make our roads safer. We encourage our members to make a committment to stop engaging in other activities, especially using cell phones and other electronice devices, while driving. This includes, but is not limited to, answering or making phone calls, engaging in phone conversations, reading nor responding to e-mails and text messages.
Craig Payan, ARMI Immediate Past Chairman
ARM endorses the National Safety Council's (NSC) work to Promote a Distracted Driving Awareness Month - April
NSC seeks to engage the public, media, corporations, government and NSC members and partners in its efforts to raise awareness about the dangers of cell phone distracted driving this April. The campaign, "How Many More Will It Take?" will reinforce the dangers of cell phone distracted driving.
Throughout the month, NSC will promote ways everyone can take action, including:
Taking the pledge to drive cell free
Help spread victim stories through social media
Attend the cell phone distracted driving webinar
Please visit nsc.org in the coming weeks for further details and a list of other activities.
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