In safety news:

More than half of respondents in a National Safety Council survey said work pressures would motivate them to do things that cause distraction while driving. The National Safety Council conducted the survey of 2,409 drivers in early March, and released the results to coincide with Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April. Of respondents, 54 percent said work would motivate them to do a distracting activity while driving such as making a phone call, searching for a location using a GPS system or reviewing and sending emails.

Read more from Simply Work Comp here. Access the NSC survey in full here.

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