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Tiger Calcium 9h
Drop your speed to match road conditions. The posted speed is the maximum in ideal conditions. More info
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Road Safety At Work Feb 17
Winter’s almost over: Review the winter driving skills of employees who drive for work to identify those who may benefit from driver training next winter. Learn more:
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Road Safety At Work 5h
Did you or your employees experience any winter driving hazards this season? Reassess your driving practices. Visit for info and tools
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Road Safety At Work 11h
Winter isn’t quite over yet! Turn your headlights on in heavy rain. Be seen by oncoming traffic and vehicles behind you. More info at
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Mainroad Mid Island Contracting LP Feb 17
Slippery road = longer stopping time. Maintain a safe following distance - at least 4 seconds. Find out more:
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Emcon Quesnel Feb 14
Driving and roads in winter can mean rapid weather changes and unpredictable conditions. Remind visitors to be winter ready—incl. winter tires/chains—drive to the conditions and check before heading out. Visit for more >
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Rocky Mtn District Feb 16
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Road Safety At Work Feb 13
Make sure you implement safe driving procedures in the workplace and prepare your workers for winter driving. Learn more at
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RoadSafetyBC Feb 15
When driving in heavy rain please reduce your speed to avoid hydroplaning and potentially causing a motor vehicle incident. For more great tips to avoid hydroplaning see:
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armel castellan Feb 14
"Traveller's route forecasts" take the guessing out of the equation, so you don't have to be surprised with a winter blast up at the pass, even if it's balmy and spring-like in the valley. Stay
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Road Safety At Work Feb 14
Winter Wind Down: Now is the time to prepare for next year - budget new winter tires and re-stock emergency kits.
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Road Safety At Work Feb 11
Driving Tip: Don’t use cruise control in wet or slippery conditions. It can cause your vehicle to go into a skid. For more tips visit
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Dawson Road Maintenance - Cariboo Feb 14
Snow is expected in the beginning late this evening. : In a skid, ease off the brake or accelerator. Look and steer smoothly in the direction you want to go.
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Road Safety At Work Feb 11
It’s never too early to develop a winter driving safety plan to keep your employees safe next winter. Take our online course here:
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Tiger Calcium Feb 11
Winter isn’t over! Conditions on the roads can still be dangerous. Driving in rain? Slow down, watch for brake lights ahead and be prepared to stop. More info at
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Road Safety At Work Feb 10
Shift Out of Winter: Check your battery, belts/hoses, cooling/heating and electrical/exhaust systems. Visit
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MainroadEastKootenay Feb 15
When visibility is reduced in snow. Turn your lights on and maintain a safe following distance of at least 4 seconds.
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Dawson Road Maintenance - North Peace Feb 14
Trucks are spun out on between Mile 54 and Bear Flats. Extra crews are in route to the area. What’s in your winter roadside emergency kit? Include tire chains, sandbags, shovel, warm clothes.
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Road Safety Karon 🚦🚗🚶🏽‍♂️🚴🏼‍♂️ Feb 13
Hey . Time to & tips: keep your distance, headlights on. Drive smart.
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Road Safety At Work Feb 12
Employers, understand the importance of safe seasonal driving. Check out our free resources for before, during, and after winter. Visit
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