“Employees are Driving a Build-board” … “Attitude Drives Behavior”… “Potentially Impacting Employer Liability”
Project RoadSafe is one of several workplace safety programs produced by Associated General Contractors of Vermont.
Focusing on the safety of employees who drive for work, RoadSafe helps AGC/VT members and the Vermont business community understands the value of safe driving. Data show that motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of fatal workplace injuries. The cost of crashes, especially when they involve major injury or death, far exceeds all expectations, and at times, may cause a business to dissolve.
Project RoadSafe, as the only National Safety Council (NSC) certified training center in Vermont, uses two driver-safety programs from the NSC as part of our overall workplace driver safety curriculum.
Aimee is Director for the Project RoadSafe program, a driver-safety awareness program designed to assist both employers and employees of the Vermont business community in understanding the realities and consequences of distracted and impaired driving. Aimee is frequently requested to make her presentations at company safety meetings and safety conferences and seminars. Aimee has held management positions with Vermont State Government and commercial businesses in Vermont. She directed a new safety program as Safety Director for a specialty construction firm in central Vermont. Earlier in her career she oversaw quality management for the Department of Mental health.