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  • Posted: Sep 14
    Every 33 seconds, one child under the age of 13 is involved in a crash. Many times deaths and injuries can be prevented by proper use of car seats, boosters, and seat belts. Use this toolkit for information and ideas on how to generate awareness about child car safety in your community during Child Passenger Safety Week, National Seat Check Saturday, and throughout the year.
  • Posted: Sep 1
    Join us for this informative webinar September 14 from 11:00 AM to Noon CT. Patrick Ibarra of the Mejorando Group will be presenting. Registration deadline is September 8.
  • Posted: Sep 1
    Forklifts are excellent labor saving devices. They save time and reduce the likelihood of injury associated with manual material handling activities. However, forklifts can become very dangerous if operated by a reckless or untrained operator. All operators should receive safety training prior to being allowed to operate a forklift.
  • Posted: Aug 31
    NDLTAP has partnered with TrueNorth Steel to develop a workshop to help county, township and small community personnel learn what it takes to design, install and maintain culverts. The local roads corrugated metal pipe (CMP) workshop will be held September 20, 2016 at Morton County Highway Department and September 27, 2016 at Lake Region State College.
  • Posted: Aug 31
    UGPTI will hold a series of meetings during September to gather input on the draft report, “Assessment of ND County and Local Road Needs, 2017-2036.” UGPTI will review comments and make necessary edits before reporting to the Legislative Budget Section and the Interim Transportation Committee.
  • Posted: Aug 8
    Injuries in the workplace nationwide number approximately three million every year. This amounts to roughly 8,000 injuries per day, 350 per hour, or six injuries per minute. Workplace injuries cause pain, wage loss, inconvenience, and time off from work.
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