WorkSafeBC and the BCAA Road Safety Foundation (BCAA RSF) formed Road Safety At Work (formerly the Occupational Road Safety Partnership) in 2009 as an initiative to help employers keep their workers safe on BC roads. Road Safety At Work aims to both increase awareness about health and safety issues associated with occupational driving and deliver programs, initiatives, and resources intended to help reduce the number and severity of worker injuries arising from worker motor vehicle incidents.
At the core of the Road Safety At Work is RoadSafetyAtWork.ca, a comprehensive website consisting of online tools and resources to help employers develop or improve occupational road safety programs. Our Technical Advisory Committee provides guidance and consultation on our work which is informed by BC’s Preferred Practices for Occupational Road Safety.
For further information regarding Road Safety At Work, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our online occupational road safety tools and resources enable organizations to develop, or improve, work-related road safety programs.
Some organizations may wish additional assistance. To meet this need in 2013, Road Safety At Work is exploring the possibility of adding Employer Workshops and Advisory services.
For further information regarding the Shift into Winter or Cone Zone campaigns, please contact:
Anita Deiter, Project Manager, Shift into Winter, Care Around Roadside Workers
WorkSafeBC is dedicated to the reduction and eventual elimination of work-related injury, illness, disease and death in BC workplaces. A leader in occupational health and safety, WorkSafeBC sees road safety as a critical component.
The BCAA RSF provides road safety information and resources for all stages of life – young and old. The Foundation’s mission is to offer inspiring leadership, deliver innovative programs and create sustainable partnerships to save lives and prevent injuries on BC roads.