Combatting Drug Impaired Driving – An Overview of President Trump’s Opioid Initiative [Podcast]

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Listen to Abigail Potter, Manager of Safety and Occupational Health Policy at the American Trucking Associations, as she discusses the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Safety Administration and the Trump Administration’s recent efforts to combat the growing use of drug use.


Topics covered include:

  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) Summit
  • Three part plan to stop opioid abuse
    • Education and awareness
    • Curtail flow of illicit drugs across borders
    • Expand opportunities for improved treatment
HireRight & ATA Quarterly Podcast
Understanding the Opioid Epidemic for Regulated Employers
Combatting Drug Impaired Driving
By: Abigail Potter, Manager of Safety and Occupational Health Policy at the American Trucking Associations
Length: 6:02

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The American Trucking Associations, founded in 1933, is the largest national trade association for the trucking industry.

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