Resource articles

Traffic signs

It is every driver’s responsibility to identify and obey all traffic control signs. Make it a point to periodically review the different signs and to become acquainted with their meanings.

Driving emergencies

Learn how you can help your drivers deal with emergencies while they are out on the road.

Traffic signs and signals

If all drivers would realize the importance of traffic signs and signals, and would observe them to the letter, driving would be a much happier experience.

EMS safe driving tips

EMS personnel are 2.5 times more likely to die in a crash than other workers. Roughly 70% of fatal crashes occur while running hot.

Seat belts

Many people have arguments against the use of belts. Let’s examine a few of these objections and see what the experts at the National Safety Council have to say about them.

Winterizing your vehicle and your driving attitude

Tips for winter driving from Markel Specialty.

Violence in the workplace

How to protect yourself, treat and decontaminate your patients.

Keeping your seat belts safe

By law, most passenger cars on the road today should be equipped with seat safety belts, and many trucks also have this life saving equipment.

Fighting driver fatigue

Driving while fatigued is a major cause of accidents out on the road. Find out how you can fight driver fatigue with these tips from Markel Specialty.

Seeing when driving at night

The accident rate during night time driving is considerable higher than during day time driving. One major factor is temporary blindness caused by the glare of headlights.