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The SAFE Roads Committee is a community initiative led by key public/private stakeholders committed to educating and encouraging motorists to engage in respectful and safe driving practices.
Established in 2004, The SAFE Roads’ vision is to educate motorists and the general public in following respectful and safe driving practices - protecting the safety of construction, utility, emergency services personnel, equipment operators and others who work in or adjacent to our roadways.
SAFE Roads is effectively delivering its key message, “I want to make it home too: Watch for signs and signals”, to its audiences. Our research shows that the 86 per cent of people who have seen and/or heard the SAFE Roads campaign are more considerate and understanding of workers and their designated work zones.
This initiative is building on the SAFE Work Manitoba brand and is helping all of us to branch out our safety message.
We’re all motorists, and we all have a responsibility to make sure those road construction workers, utility employees and emergency service workers, working within a public right of way get home safely at the end of each day.
An open road can pose safety issues for anyone, especially when the road is your workplace and there are 2,000 lb vehicles rushing past you a few feet away. Motorists need to take precautions and share the road with those who are out there doing their job.
SAFE Roads is a joint safety effort between the following community stakeholders:
For more information about the SAFE Roads campaign, please contact MHCA at 204-947-1379.
The SAFE Roads Committee is a voluntary association of key stakeholders committed to educating motorists and the general public to respect SAFE driving policies to protect the safety of construction, utility and emergency services personnel and other who work kin or adjacent to the public right of way by driving safety and respectfully past these workers.
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SAFE Work Manitoba is the public agency dedicated to the prevention of workplace injury and illness.
Working with our partners in the safety community, we provide prevention education, safety programming, consulting and strategic direction to create a genuine culture of safety for all Manitobans.