Research center to host distracted driving symposium

Baltimore – The Johns Hopkins Education and Research Center of Occupational Safety and Health is scheduled to host a symposium April 18 on prevention of work-related distracted driving.

At the symposium, which will take place in Laurel, MD, OSHA administrator David Michaels is scheduled to speak about the agency’s perspective on distracted driving. The event also will feature presentations, interactive discussions, opportunities for networking, demonstrations of training materials and technical exhibits.

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