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Toronto - Anne Leonard

April 7, 2004

Road Safety is No Accident

Toronto - Ontario Community Council on Impaired Driving (OCCID) will host an open house at their offices for World Health Day. Beginning at 8:00 a.m. events will take place to showcase Ontario’s approach to preventing impaired driving and general road safety.

The morning will include firsthand experiences of:

  • the RIASI tool used by the Back on Track program to assess convicted impaired drivers (scores will be kept confidential)
  • Big Wheel Blitz (Toronto Police traffic enforcement)
  • Ignition Interlock
  • the City of Toronto’s Watch Your Speed program
  • fatal vision putting games
  • impaired driving penalties quiz

OCCID will showcase the final stages and components of this year’s arrive alive DRIVE SOBER® campaign.

Guests include representatives from the Ministry of Transportation, Toronto Police Services, Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving, the City of Toronto and OCCID board members.

Special thanks to participants: Toronto Police Services 53 Division, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Back on Track, Standard Auto Glass, and TAXIGUY.

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