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North Dakota Department of Transportation- Transforming Safety Culture to Achieve the North Dakota Department of Transportation- Transforming Safety Culture to Achieve the "Towards Zero Deaths" Vision (2019-2020)-20

Added on Fri October 4th, 2019

The Center for Health and Safety Culture will provide research services and administer the NDDOT Safety Culture Training which encourages new resources and novel strategies to work towards the elimination of fatal and serious injury crashes.   Project title: ND DOT Safety culture Cohort Project Yr3 Sponsor: North Dakota Department of Transportation Start date: 10/01/19 End date: 09/30/20 PI: Ward     See Full Project »

 

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services – Montana Parent PFS2 (2019) Preview Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services – Montana Parent PFS2 (2019)

Added on Fri October 4th, 2019

The Center for Health and Safety Culture will implement and enhance services already through Parenting Montana project by focusing on those in a parenting role with children a higher-risk for the misuse of substances including underage drinking. In particular, the project will include developing additional tools and resources for Montana's Prevention system to engage foster parents... See Full Project »

 

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services – Epidemiological Summary of Montana Young Adults (2019) Preview Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services – Epidemiological Summary of Montana Young Adults (2019)

Added on Fri October 4th, 2019

The Center for Health and Safety Culture will partner with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services in their efforts to cultivate a positive, healthy culture among young adults ages 18 to 24 in Montana. Specifically, this project will provide a better understanding of the substance misuse and mental health issues impacting young adults... See Full Project »

 

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services – Strengthen Montana’s Families and Keep Children Safe (2019-2020) Preview Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services – Strengthen Montana’s Families and Keep Children Safe (2019-2020)

Updated on Fri October 4th, 2019

The Center for Health and Safety Culture will partner with Montana Children's Trust Fund to develop a media campaign to strengthen families in Montana and keep children safe from abuse and neglect. Specifically, this project will create communication resources to promote safe, stable and nurturing environments as we as specific strategies to reduce abusive head trauma... See Full Project »

 

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services – Engaging Families to Improve Early Childhood Development in Montana (2019-2020) Preview Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services – Engaging Families to Improve Early Childhood Development in Montana (2019-2020)

Updated on Fri October 4th, 2019

The Center for Health and Safety Culture will work with the early childhood system in Montana to develop tools and capacity to use the tools to engage families and caregivers in best practices to foster early learning and development and health among their children.   Project title: MT Early Childhood (Engaging Families to Improve Early Childhood Development in... See Full Project »

 

Washington Traffic Safety Commission – Next Steps to Support Efforts to Grow a Positive Traffic Safety Culture (2019) Preview Washington Traffic Safety Commission – Next Steps to Support Efforts to Grow a Positive Traffic Safety Culture (2019)

Updated on Fri October 4th, 2019

The Center for Health and Safety Culture is partnering with the Washington Traffic Safety Commission to grow a positive traffic safety culture in Washington State.  The Center will conduct formative research to inform the development of tools to promote best practices among parents as their children learn to drive, revised and present the Center's Positive Culture... See Full Project »

 

Montana Department of Transportation – Guidance to Promote Workplace Policies and Family rules to Reduce Cell Phone Use While Driving and Promote Engaged Driving (2019-2021) Preview Montana Department of Transportation – Guidance to Promote Workplace Policies and Family rules to Reduce Cell Phone Use While Driving and Promote Engaged Driving (2019-2021)

Updated on Tue July 23rd, 2019

In partnership with the Montana Department of Transportation, the Center for Health and Safety will identify strategies for families and workplaces that foster engaged driving. This project seeks to answers three core questions 1) How do expectation within families and workplaces influence cell phone use while driving, 2) What beliefs and attitudes need to shift to... See Full Project »

 

US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – Traffic Safety culture and Impaired Driving (2019-2021) Preview US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – Traffic Safety culture and Impaired Driving (2019-2021)

Updated on Tue July 23rd, 2019

Cannabis use by U.S. adults has increased by 50% over the last decade, and over the same period, cannabis use by drivers has increased by an estimated 8 -12%. Cannabis impairs psychomotor functions that can impair driving ability, which in turn may increase crash risk. As a result, drug-impaired driving is a growing traffic concern. While traditional approaches have... See Full Project »

 

Minnesota Department of Transportation- Applying Traffic Safety Culture in Minnesota (2016-2019) Preview Minnesota Department of Transportation- Applying Traffic Safety Culture in Minnesota (2016-2019)

Updated on Fri October 4th, 2019

In partnership with the Minnesota Department of Transportation, the Center for Health and Safety Culture and CHI St. Joseph's Health are engaged in a project to understand how culture impacts traffic safety behavior in a Park Rapids, Minnesota while creating common language, common understanding, and a portfolio of strategies to positively impact traffic safety culture. See Full Project »

 

Increasing Seat Belt Usage in Rural Utah (2016-2019) Preview Increasing Seat Belt Usage in Rural Utah (2016-2019)

Updated on Tue March 6th, 2018

The Highway Safety Office of the Department of Public Safety for the State of Utah and the Center for Health and Safety Culture are engaged in a project to address the significant disparities that exist between urban and rural rates of seat belt use among citizens of Utah.  This project seeks to improve rural traffic safety... See Full Project »

 
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