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Motor Vehicle Safety & Seatbelts in the Department Of Defense. OSHA/NHTSA MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY SYMPOSIUM Panel Discussion: Managing Effective Seatbelt Programs New Orleans, LA. Alex Beehler Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Environment, Safety & Occupational Health)

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Alex beehler assistant deputy under secretary of defense

Motor Vehicle Safety & Seatbelts

in the

Department Of Defense

OSHA/NHTSA MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY SYMPOSIUM

Panel Discussion: Managing Effective Seatbelt Programs

New Orleans, LA

Alex Beehler

Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense

(Environment, Safety & Occupational Health)

14 September 2004


Where we drive

Where We Drive


What we drive

What we drive


Our drivers

Our Drivers

  • DoD Military Population

  • Mostly Male

  • Mostly 18-26 yrs old

  • Mostly Type “A”

  • High Risk Drivers

  • Male

  • 18-26 yrs old

  • Type “A”


3 worlds

3 Worlds

“On Base”

“Off Base”

Deployed


Government vehicles

Government Vehicles


Tactical vehicles

Tactical Vehicles

Demetrius Rice

Cpl, USMC

killed in vehicle accident

Tatjana Reed

Sgt, USA

killed by homemade bomb detonated near her convoy


Privately owned vehicles off duty

Privately Owned Vehicles“Off Duty”

Half of all “accidental” fatalities


Vehicle fatality impact

Vehicle Fatality Impact

1. Needless loss of life. 2. Loss of a dad, mom, sister, brother, cousin … 3. Loss of a highly trained war-fighter.

Rodney Murray

Sgt, U.S. Army

Ayden, NC


Strategy

Strategy


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