Chapter 1
Training Fads and Fiction

 

 

 

 

 

Do you talk on your cell phone while driving? If yes, you are among the 73 percent of drivers who do. But like seat belt use, your driving habits are about to change. Evidence shows that even hands-free cell phones are potentially lethal distractions putting you at four times greater risk of a crash!

 

 

In spite of the evidence, as of early 2009 only five states banned handheld phones while driving. However, in 2009 the National Safety Council is calling on all states to outlaw use of mobile devices while driving. The journey from evidence to application of evidence is often slow and workforce ...

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