Organisation of road safety The United States uses a “federalism” approach that divides the powers of government between the national (federal) government and state and local governments. Under federalism, each level of government has sovereignty in some areas and shares powers in others. At the national level, Congress passes the laws and assigns the funding
Get HTML Written by Social Monsters. If you’ve ever left home without your phone, you know that feeling of nakedness-slash-terror that comes with realizing you don’t have it with you. With our ever-increasing reliance on mobile devices, it’s no wonder you feel vulnerable in the absence of your phone. Apple has given us more reasons
Written by Social Monsters Not sure how to show your teen some love on Valentine’s Day? Fight the urge to smother, cuddle or coddle—especially not in front of his or her friends. Instead, gift something you know will make your son or daughter special and loved without being the embarrassing parent that you (apparently) are.
ABOUT THE FILM FESTIVAL The 4th Global Road Safety Film Festival will be held at the Cinema Complex MEGARAMA in Casablanca-Morocco on 13 and 14 February 2015. The Festival will be organized by Laser International Foundation (LIFE) in cooperation with La Prévention Routière Internationale (PRI) and the National Committee on the Prevention of Road Accidents
Writting by Robert May, Indiana State Police (Detective) Robert May – Mary Kay Kidwell – Dr. Gordon Giesbrecht The Indiana State Police Underwater Search and Recovery team along with the Indianapolis Fire Department and Gordon Giesbrecht, Ph.D. of the University of Manitoba filmed a segment with Good Morning America this winter on cold water immersions.
Here is a story we just received from our friends of United Hatzalah: “Your partner Yossi just sent me this photo of a road accident. He responded to on your ambucycle #353 and we wanted to share the story with you. A young driver confused the gas and brake pedals. She completely lost control of
Impaired driving Each state makes its own laws governing BAC levels for law enforcement action. In general, state BAC laws fall into three categories: zero tolerance; 0.08 BAC per se; and high BAC (0.08+). All 50 states have enacted zero tolerance laws (primarily, per se laws at 0.02% BAC or lower) that make it illegal