Demonstrations of Brake Reaction Testing and “Beer Goggles” to Simulate Impaired Driving

To further promote safety for vulnerable road users in line with CLOCS, as well as promoting employee safety, a member of Kildare County Council held a road safety and drink awareness talk onsite. Discussing issues and giving role-play demonstrations such as:

  • Managing Driving for Work
  • Alcohol consumption effects
  • Local accident hotspots
  • Speed limits in the regional area
  • Impaired vision due to excess alcohol
  • Driving for Work as an employee
  • Safe Driver and Safe Vehicle
  • Planning a Safe Journey
  • PRAISE – Preventing Road Accidents and Injuries for the Safety of Employees
  • Occupational Road Killer Behaviours: (i) Speeding, (ii) Impaired driving, (iii) Seat belts, (iv) Driver fatigue
  • Who’s Responsible for Road Safety?
  • Brake Reaction Tester
  • Beer Goggles (Impaired Driving)

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Monitor report. John Paul Construction. County Kildare. September 2019.


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