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Safety first.

If your employees are driving company vehicles, you might wont to look into a new, employer-based education program called "The Laws Have Changed," developed by the Michigan Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS).

The campaign kit, which is available to Michigan businesses at no charge, includes an instructional video and a CD-ROM that outline the state's tough, new repeat offender laws for motorists. It also includes posters, paycheck stuffers and information explaining how employers can easily monitor the

driving records of employees who drive company vehicles.

NETS is a national organization devoted to promoting workplace traffic safety programs. In Michigan, more than 700 businesses are members of NETS, which is administered by the Office of Highway Safety Planning of the Michigan State Police Department.

Requests for the free Repeat Offender Traffic Laws Employee Education Kit can be faxed to the Michigan Resource Center at (517) 882-7778 or e-mailed to info@wearemrc.org.
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Title Annotation:info package on traffic safety aimed at employers
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Date:Apr 1, 2001
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