The Washington Traffic Safety Commission invites you to attend two Proactive Traffic Safety Culture workshops being offered in June 2021. The information for each workshop is below.

Three Lessons to Support Growing a Positive Traffic Safety Culture

The Center for Health and Culture (www.CHSCulture.org) will be hosting a workshop on June 3 from 1 pm to 2:30 pm PT on Three Lessons to Support Growing a Positive Traffic Safety Culture.

 

Transforming culture in workplaces, schools, and communities to improve traffic safety is a complex challenge. Jay Otto, Principal Scientist with the Center for Health and Safety Culture, will lead a workshop sharing three lessons the Center has learned over the past 20 years of working collaboratively to transform culture and address complex health- and safety-related issues like traffic safety. Understanding these lessons guides more effective communication, fosters greater engagement, and ultimately leads to greater effectiveness in addressing the complex, adaptive challenges of health and safety. 

 

The workshop will be interactive and use the WebEx Meeting platform.

 

Please use the following link to join the workshop:

https://montana.webex.com/meet/s64z247

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Proactive Traffic Safety: An opportunity to engage more people to achieve Target Zero

The Center for Health and Culture (www.CHSCulture.org) will be hosting a workshop on June 17 from 10am to 11:30am PT on Proactive Traffic Safety: An opportunity to engage more people to achieve Target Zero.

 

Proactive traffic safety is proactive behaviors demonstrating commitment to a safe roadway transportation system. These proactive behaviors demonstrate a commitment to safety beyond oneself to include the safety of the broader transportation system.   Dr. Kari Finley with the Center for Health and Safety Culture will lead a workshop to explore what proactive traffic safety is, how it can be applied to address specific behaviors, and tools that are available to support proactive traffic safety efforts to create lasting and sustainable improvements in traffic safety behaviors. 

 

The workshop will be interactive and use the WebEx Meeting platform.

 

Please use the following link to join the workshop:

https://montana.webex.com/meet/s64z247

Add the workshop to your calendar

Driving Under the Influence of Cannabis and Alcohol (DUICA) Webinar Training

Jay Otto, Research Scientist with the Center for Health and Safety Culture, will review the presentation created for the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) summarizing the results of the recent survey regarding driving under the influence of cannabis and alcohol (DUICA). The training will include tips on presenting the information, a sample presentation, and a chance to discuss questions and potential answers. The webinar will be recorded and available for later viewing.

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