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Are one of the costliest but the least addressed loss in the workplace
The most dangerous part of the workday for any employee is the time they spend in their vehicle traveling to and from work or traveling for work
Fatal Vehicle Incidents
More than 2,000 deaths a year result from occupational motor vehicle incidents. That number is more than 30 percent of the annual number of fatalities from occupational injuries. These deaths include driver and passenger deaths in highway crashes, farm equipment accidents, and industrial vehicle incidents, as well as pedestrian fatalities.
Annual number of work-related roadway deaths has increased to a rate of 1.2 deaths per 100,000 FTE employees