Driving emergencies

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

Is ambulance safety an illusion?

About 22,000 EMS providers visit Emergency Departments for work related injuries annually. Falls, exposures to blood and body fluids, and sprains and strains are the most common reasons.

Prevent vehicle fires

Motor vehicle fires can be more terrifying than a serious collision. Learn what do to in the event of a fire with tips from Markel Specialty.

Why you should be a defensive driver

According to the National Safety Council’s Injury Facts, someone is injured on the road every 18 seconds – over 2 million of those are disabling injuries and from those disabling injuries.

Flashing yellow

A flashing yellow light means you may proceed with caution. Most often it is used at dangerous intersections, congested locations, pedestrian crossings, or in construction zones.

Violence in the workplace

How to protect yourself, treat and decontaminate your patients.

Fatigue can be fatal

Defensive driving requires you to know and understand the dangers of driving while overly tired or fatigued.

Regular vehcile inspections and maintenance are important

As an organization with drivers spending time on the road, you need to feel confident that your vehicles will function efficiently and safely under all driving conditions.

The three-point rule

No matter what type of access system your vehicle has available, use the three-point system to significantly reduce the chance of a slip or fall.

The right of way

Right of way is probably one of the most misunderstood of all driving rules. Learn more about right of way rules with this information from Markel Specialty.