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  • Title: Traffic Crashes that Occur Off the Job Cost Impact Employers, Too
  • Type: Text Slide
  • Content: Economic Costs of Traffic Crashes in 2000
    • $230.6 billion - Total societal cost of motor vehicle crashes
    • $60 billion - Cost to Employers
      • $40 billion from on-the-job crashes
      • $20 billion off-the-job crashes for workers and their dependents
  • NHTSA [2003]. The economic burden of traffic crashes on employers: costs by state and industry and by alcohol and restraint use. Publication DOT HS 809 682
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