CSDA/OSHA Defensive Driving Tips

September 28, 2010

Through their Alliance, the Concrete Sawing and Drilling Association (CSDA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) provide vital materials to advance the safety and training of sawing and drilling professionals and to help foster a safe work environment. A major focus of the Alliance is to develop Best Practices (tip sheets) for the sawing and drilling industry. A new Best Practice entitled Defensive Driving (CSDA-OBP-1003) has just been developed and released in an effort to educate drivers and prevent on-the-job road accidents and injuries.

The new document provides sawing and drilling operators with advice and tips that will help them to remain vigilant behind the wheel and ensure their vehicles are road-worthy. Adherence to the information provided could literally be the difference between life and death for drivers and passengers.