Mission Possible @ Work is a fully customizable Fleet Safety program that promotes positive attitudes, behaviours and skills. Below, you’ll find an overview of what to expect.
- Develop increased awareness and understanding of the traffic safety issues in Alberta.
- Create a shared responsibility for traffic safety.
- Gain an understanding of the Mission Possible @ Work Program; the content and delivery method, and how this program is part of the solution.
- Understand the difference between aggressive, hazardous and road rage behaviours.
- Become more aware of personal hazardous and aggressive driving behaviours, associated dangers, and possible sources.
- Adopt strategies to prevent aggressive driving and learn ways to cope with these behaviours in others.
- Understand how driving behaviours can escalate into road rage incidents, and how to avoid becoming involved in these dangerous situations.
- Learn how distractions interfere with the driving task.
- Understand the relationship between distracted driving and improper driving actions.
- Examine possible causes for the rising incidents of distracted driving; identify personal distractions, and develop strategies to avoid them.
- Learn about various types of impairment, physiological effects, and implications for driving.
- Understand how alcohol and other impairments reduce the ability to make good decisions, especially while driving.
- Identify reasons people drive impaired, how to identify high-risk situations, and develop a personal strategy to avoid this risk.
- Recognize the signs of fatigue and its effect on driving.
- Become aware of fatigue-related collision statistics.
- Examine compounding factors and other risk factors associated with fatigue-related driving and crashes.
- Understand the danger of driving fatigued, as well as ways to avoid driving while fatigued.
- Identify occupant restraint systems and how they contribute to the safety of vehicle occupants.
- Learn how occupant restraints operate, and the dangers and consequences of improper or non-use.
- Examine common reasons for non-use and misuse of occupant restraints.
- Understand what speeding means and recognize the compounding effect of speed on driving ability and driver error.
- Increase your awareness of the risks and consequences of speeding and how speed affects the severity of collisions.
- Understand the motivation to speed, the effect of speeding on travelling time, and be encouraged to make a personal commitment to change behaviour.
Summer Holiday Driving
- Become aware of collision statistics and the increased risk during the summer months.
- Recognize risk factors associated with summer holiday driving and learn how to reduce the risk of becoming involved in a collision.
- Consider making a personal commitment to safe driving habits.
Vehicle-Wildlife Collision Avoidance
- Recognize the characteristics and behaviours of wildlife commonly seen on or near roadways.
- Understand what happens when a vehicle collides with wildlife.
- Increase awareness of potential outcomes and learn how to prevent encounters with wildlife.
- Recognize the challenges of night driving and the role of the vehicle in preventing collisions with wildlife.
- Learn how to minimize property and personal damage, and how to respond after a vehicle-wildlife collision.
- Become aware of winter collision statistics and recognize the hazards of winter driving, including environmental, road and vehicle conditions.
- Increase awareness of winter driving skills, potential hazards, stopping distances, and precautionary measures for winter driving.
- Understand how skids happen and how to prevent them.
Winter Holiday Driving
- Become aware of winter holiday collision statistics.
- Recognize the hazards associated with winter driving and the compounding factors of driving during the winter holiday season.