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The NTSB investigates accidents in aviation, highway, marine, rail & pipeline and makes recommendations to improve transportation safety for everyone.
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NTSB Nov 15
End Alcohol and Other Drug Impairment is on the . In addition to these resources from , check out our fact sheet to see our recommendations for addressing the problem of impairment in .
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NTSB Nov 14
Our is one way we are working to bring attention to issues affecting aviation safety. For more info on the current list, visit:
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NTSB Nov 13
: Check out the latest message from Chairman Sumwalt, discussing the importance of personal accountability and empowerment.
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NTSB Nov 12
In the event of a crash, the proper use of a child car seat or seat belt is your greatest defense against injury and death.
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NTSB Nov 6
Replying to @AOPA
ICYMI…read the article about NTSB investigator work on the scene of accidents using drones, a vital technology for safety.
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NTSB Nov 6
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Check out one of our drone missions as we explore from above the B17 bomber crash in CT to learn what happened.
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NTSB Nov 6
the NTSB uses to improve safety? We use drones to expand our understanding of what happened in an accident & make safety recommendations. Check out Investigator Bill English’s blog highlighting some of our work:
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NTSB Nov 6
For your , check out the latest message from Chairman Sumwalt, discussing top-down management commitment.
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NTSB Nov 5
Replying to @NTSB
The executive summary of the Safety Research Report, including findings and safety recommendations, can be found in the abstract on the event page. The final report will be released in a few weeks.
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NTSB Nov 5
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The Safety Research Report includes safety recommendations that address roadway design, conspicuity, collision avoidance technology, and injury mitigation. These recommendations, if implemented, will save lives and increase the safety of bicyclists.
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NTSB Nov 5
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The executive summary will be available shortly after the meeting concludes. Final report will be available in a few weeks.
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NTSB Nov 5
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Collision avoidance systems as standard equipment in all vehicles would improve safety for all vulnerable road users. "Increase Implementation of Collision Avoidance Technology in All New Highway Vehicles" is on the .
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NTSB Nov 5
Most fatalities involve a motorist overtaking a bicyclist. Focusing safety countermeasures on that type of crash scenario can seriously reduce injuries and fatalities overall.
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NTSB Nov 5
Starting NOW:Bicyclist Safety Research Report Board Meeting
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NTSB Board meeting on Bicyclist Safety on U.S. Roadways scheduled for today at 9:30 am ET has been delayed due to a technical issue. Update at 10:30 am ET.
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NTSB Nov 5
TODAY: Tune in at 9:30 am (EST) as the Board considers proposed safety recommendations for the Bicyclist Safety Research Report.
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NTSB Nov 4
Today, Vice Chairman Landsberg challenged attendees annual conference to improve existing policies & programs on school bus driver fitness & occupant protection, including student evacuation training & procedures.
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NTSB Oct 31
Drivers – don’t get spooked by little ghouls and goblins haunting the streets tonight! Drive sober, distraction-free, at safe speeds, and buckled up this !
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NTSB Oct 30
Organizational culture is “the way people do things” in each organization. The safety dimension of organizational culture is “safety culture.” For your , check out Chairman Sumwalt’s latest message.
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NTSB Oct 29
Vice Chairman Landsberg participated in the Buckle Up Phone Down press conference with to further raise awareness of occupant protection and distracted driving in .
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