Challenges ahead in Amtrak investigation Former NTSB Chairman Deborah Hersman, provides insight to the investigation process into the deadly Amtrak crash. An Amtrak train headed to New York City derailed and tipped over in Philadelphia on ... Austin American Statesman, 2 weeks ago
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CNBC | May 13, 2015 Has America neglected its railroad tracks? Deborah Hersman, National Safety Council President and CEO, discusses infrastructure investment in rail, and safety policies.NBCNews.com, 2 weeks ago Video: Wearables more distracting than a phone? NBCNews.com, 1 month ago
Deborah Hersman, chief executive officer at National Safety Council, explains what goes into the investigation of a train derailment as crews search through the wreckage of an Amtrak train that derailed Tuesday night in Philadelphia, killing 6 ...Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago What investigators will be looking for in Amtrak crash probe NewsOnFeeds.com, 2 weeks ago Why the rash of train crashes? CNN, 1 week ago No easy answers for rail safety (Opinion) Channel4000, 1 week ago
CNBC's Phil LeBeau provides the latest updates on the Germanwings flight crash. Perspective, with Deborah Hersman, NAT SafetyNBCNews.com, 2 months ago DEUTSCHE LUFTHANSA : Mystery still surrounds Airbus crash 4 Traders, 2 months ago Search back on for Germanwings flight data recorder Social Dashboard, 2 months ago Black box examined for crash clues Irish Independent, 2 months ago
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Cell phone-related car crashes rise Deborah Hersman, National Safety Council CEO, provides insight to a new report showing cell phones are involved in an estimated 27 percent of all car crashes. With people increasingly plugged in because of the ...Austin American Statesman, 3 days ago Number of the day: Cell phones involved in 27 percent of car crashes UnitedHealthcare, 3 days ago NSC Says Cell Phones Involved in 27 Percent of All Car Crashes Occupational Health & Safety, 3 days ago Cell Phones Linked to27 Percent of 2013 Crashes IChainnel, 1 week ago
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interview Nairobi — Erik Hersman is a man of many identities: founder, father, facilitator, partner, CEO, director, and instigator, to name just a few. However, he is best known for founding iHub, the first and biggest tech hub in Africa. ...AllAfrica.com, 1 month ago Kenya's Tech Scene Ripe for Exporting to the World Says iHub Founder [interview] Individual.com, 1 month ago
"NSC estimates that cell phone use is involved in 1 out of every 4 car crashes," said Deborah A.P. Hersman On May 1 The National Safety Council developed a free Cell Phone Policy Kit to help organizations implement total cell phone ban policies.Wall Street Select, 2 weeks ago 400 Holiday Road Deaths Forecast Go By Truck News, 6 days ago National Safety Council estimates 400 fatal crashes possible this Memorial Day weekend Trucker, 1 week ago Nearly 400 fatalities from crashes this Memorial Day weekend, estimates National Safety Council BioSpace, 1 week ago
Photo Credit: Erik (HASH) Hersman/Flickr On the topic of our planet's future, Jane Goodall, the legendary chimpanzee researcher, does not mince words: How is it possible that the most intellectual creature that has ever walked on planet earth ...AlterNet.org, 4 weeks ago
[embedded content] The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) announced on Friday that Rebecca Hersman will join them as the director of the Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI) program. They also stated that she will serve as ...BioPrepWatch, 1 month ago Rebecca Hersman Joins CSIS as Director of the Project on Nuclear Issues and Senior Adviser in the International Security Program Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1 month ago
Traffic deaths in the U.S. have increased every month for the past six months, compared to the same period in 2014, the National Safety Council said. Unfortunately, NSC warned, the disturbing trend is likely to continue this summer during what's ...Automotive Fleet, 2 hours ago Traffic deaths have increased six consecutive months, says National Safety Council Market Pulse Navigator, 6 hours ago
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