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Car crash at Birchwood Park
A reminder of what can happen when risks are not managed
Earlier this week, there was a car crash near one of our sites during the working day.
When you see the aftermath of something like that, it makes you think about the possible risks when we get into a car, and making sure you manage those risks effectively. Whether it means putting your mobile on silent before you get in the car (so you’re not distracted by a text) or just slowing down a few mph, it’s really worth increasing your awareness of how you’re driving and interacting with other road users. Just having a little bit more appreciation of what’s going on around you could give you the mental capacity to react, should an event unfold in front of you.
As a refresher for some of the things it’s worth thinking about relating to personal and work driving, have a look here.
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