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... 13 This task takes the findings of the root cause analysis to begin to identify other direct or indirect influences on drivers that could cause cargo tank truck rollovers. The initial intent of the research was to be able to identify from the crash data indirect influences such as corporate safety culture and a driver's personal lifestyle.
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... 14 Contributing Driver Factor: Driver State Characteristics: Impairment, mental state (e.g., aggression, depression) , drowsiness, sleepiness, fatigue, limited capacity.
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... 15 Contributing Driver Factor: Obesity and Health (correlates to Physiological, see Table 6) Characteristics: Extreme obesity, sleep disorder.
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... 16 CTBSSP Synthesis Number, Title, Year, and Authors Approach Recommendations Resources Included CTBSSP Synthesis 1: Effective Commercial Truck and Bus Safety Management Techniques 2003 Knipling et al. Twenty-eight management techniques, rated by safety managers and outside experts.
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... 17 fication program within the cargo tank truck business is the Responsible Care® initiative of the members of the American Chemistry Council. Through the International Council of Chemical Associations, Responsible Care is practiced in 53 countries.

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