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National Work Zone Awareness Week: Work Zones are a Sign to Slow Down

April 7, 2022
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Wejo is excited to be supporting this year’s National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW) for a second year running. Taking place from April 11-15, this year’s theme of ‘Work Zones are a Sign to Slow Down’ is being hosted by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT).

Originally launched as a public awareness campaign more than 20 years ago, NWZAW helps people to understand the role they can play in keeping motorists and roadway workers safe.

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NWZAW kicks off on April 11 with the training day, where employers and workers are encourage to pause during the workday for safety demonstrations, training in hazard recognition and fall prevention, and talk about hazards, protective methods, and the company’s policies, goals and expectations. Everyone is also encouraged to participate in Go Orange Day on April 13, to wear orange as a reminder of work zone safety, and to observe a moment of silence on April 15 for people killed in work zone incidents.

To spread awareness of the week, we’ll be aligning with this year’s theme of ‘Work Zones are a Sign to Slow Down’ by hosting a webinar on April 28 on how smart mobility data can create safer roads. Join us at 12pm EST/5pm GMT with Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI), and Esri where you can learn:

  • How smart mobility data enables transportation departments to improve roadway safety and access  
  • How you can efficiently implement data-driven road safety initiatives to reduce crashes and accidents  
  • How TTI, TxDOT, Esri and Wejo worked together to examine trends on how the region’s roads and driveways located near oil/gas leases were being used and recommend improvements  
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Wejo is excited to be supporting this year’s National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW) for a second year running. Taking place from April 11-15, this year’s theme of ‘Work Zones are a Sign to Slow Down’ is being hosted by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT).

Originally launched as a public awareness campaign more than 20 years ago, NWZAW helps people to understand the role they can play in keeping motorists and roadway workers safe.

nwzaw banner

NWZAW kicks off on April 11 with the training day, where employers and workers are encourage to pause during the workday for safety demonstrations, training in hazard recognition and fall prevention, and talk about hazards, protective methods, and the company’s policies, goals and expectations. Everyone is also encouraged to participate in Go Orange Day on April 13, to wear orange as a reminder of work zone safety, and to observe a moment of silence on April 15 for people killed in work zone incidents.

To spread awareness of the week, we’ll be aligning with this year’s theme of ‘Work Zones are a Sign to Slow Down’ by hosting a webinar on April 28 on how smart mobility data can create safer roads. Join us at 12pm EST/5pm GMT with Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI), and Esri where you can learn:

  • How smart mobility data enables transportation departments to improve roadway safety and access  
  • How you can efficiently implement data-driven road safety initiatives to reduce crashes and accidents  
  • How TTI, TxDOT, Esri and Wejo worked together to examine trends on how the region’s roads and driveways located near oil/gas leases were being used and recommend improvements  
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