Intervening to Improve the Safety of Occupational Driving: A Behavior-Change Model and Review of Empirical Evidence

1st Edition

Timothy D. Ludwig, Scott Geller

Routledge
Published July 24, 2001
Reference - 138 Pages
ISBN 9780789010124 - CAT# HW12570

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Summary

Examine the behind-the-wheel behavior of delivery people and discover proven interventions to improve driver safety!

This thorough treatise provides empirical evidence, case studies, and effective models designed to help you develop reliable programs for promoting safety among high-risk drivers. Intervening to Improve the Safety of Occupational Driving: A Behavior-Change Model and Review of Empirical Evidence is plentifully illustrated with charts and tables for easy comprehension. Researchers and practitioners in the field of organizational behavior will find valuable data about the driving behaviors of fast-food deliverers and receive tested intervention methods for improved driver safety.

Intervening to Improve the Safety of Occupational Driving discusses the specific roles of various factors in safety programs, including:
  • community agents of change
  • static versus dynamic goal setting
  • using competition to encourage change
  • cost per individual
  • community feedback
  • effects of multiple interventions

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