Indiana officers cracking down on impaired driving next month

first_img Indiana officers cracking down on impaired driving next month Twitter IndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Facebook WhatsApp Pinterestcenter_img TAGSimpaired drivingIndianaNational Highway Traffic Safety AdministrationNHTSAofficerspolice (Photo supplied/ABC 57) Indiana police officers will be cracking down on impaired driving next month, as part of a statewide enforcement campaign.From February 26 through March 21, officers will be conducting high-visibility patrols showing zero tolerance for those driving aggressively, over the speed limit or under the influence.The overtime patrols are funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) through an Indiana Criminal Justice Institute grant.A report released from the NHTSA reveals that more road users engaged in risky behaviors in 2020, such as speeding or driving under the influence, and that fewer motorists wore seat belts.Also despite fewer drivers on the road in Indiana, 2020 was the third highest year for traffic fatalities in the past decade.To avoid the potential for legal fees and criminal charges, the department recommends following these simple steps:Slow down and follow all posted speed limits.Never drive impaired. If you plan on drinking, plan for a safe, sober ride home.Do not tailgate or drive aggressively.Put down the phone and avoid distracted driving.Buckle up – every trip, every time. By Brooklyne Beatty – February 24, 2021 0 327 Google+ Facebook Pinterest Previous articleCOVID-19 is the biggest cause of death in Michigan historyNext articleMeijer, South Bend Cubs team up for turkey giveaway Brooklyne Beattylast_img read more

EXCLUSIVE John Lewis Davison to discuss building a wellbeing culture at Employee

EXCLUSIVE John Lewis Davison to discuss building a wellbeing culture at Employee

first_imgEXCLUSIVE: Nick Davison, partner and head of health, leisure and hotels for John Lewis Partnership, will discuss the benefits of putting health and wellbeing at the core of an organisation’s strategy at Employee Benefits Live 2018.The session, titled ‘Building a health and wellbeing culture for competitive advantage’, will form part of the ‘benefits on a budget’ conference stream on Wednesday 3 October.The session will be chaired by Neil Goodwin, reward director in human resources at Countrywide Group, and Davison will discuss what sets John Lewis Partnership apart from the competition in terms of its employee offering. He will explain how his organisation sees its people as its competitive advantage.“Our health and wellbeing culture goes back to 1929,” Davison explained. “We’re an employee-owned organisation, and a democracy. The happiness and wellbeing of our partners is actually written into the first principle of our constitution. We have 83,000 co-owners and it’s important we look after the body, mind and soul of those people.“It’s about creating a sense of belonging and caring for our prized assets, which are our people. We also need to make sure they understand and recognise that, and believe it to be true.”To make this happen, Davison believes the approach needs to be both proactive and reactive.He explained: “Our benefits are designed to build relationships, community and engagement, but also to allow people to enjoy a wider aspect of their personal wellbeing rather than just work. Then there is the reactive wellbeing focus around the support we provide.“Despite all the talk of technology, people are still core to business. Without people there wouldn’t be any business.“To deliver the level of service we provide to customers, we need our people to be fit, healthy, engaged and motivated. So their health and wellbeing is right at the core of what sets us apart from our competitors.”Employee Benefits Live 2018 will take place on Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 October 2018 at ExCeL London.For more information or to register for the show…last_img read more

Each report provides the top three new vulnerabili

Each report provides the top three new vulnerabili

first_imgEach report provides the top three new vulnerabilities, it identifies risky areas of code, and it provides vulnerability trends. Klocwork 2017.1 also adds support for Visual Studio 2017, adds 100 percent coverage for C#6.0 language features, upgrades its analysis engine for speed and performance, and adds coverage for additional Java security vulnerabilities. In addition, there is new MISRA 2012 support, with MISRA 2012 rules added.Other recent features that were introduced by Klocwork include its SmartRank feature, which lets developers prioritize their issues and select the defects they want to work on first. It also gives developers a recommendation on which issues should be looked at first, providing the most valuable issues at the top of SmartRank’s list.In addition to these updates, Rogue Wave upgraded its analysis engine. The latest development includes improved tracking of numeric intervals for symbolic expressions. A number of algorithmic improvements were made to the engine as well. In order for teams to spot security problems and vulnerabilities in their code, Rogue Wave is updating its static code analysis tool with a new security report, new Java checkers, extensive updates to its CERT taxonomy, and more. Rogue Wave’s Klocwork 2017.1 is the company’s latest release, and it introduces a new built-in graphical security report outlining the top three vulnerabilities, as well as the hotspots for where these issues occur.According to the company, these reports are “ideal” for including in project status reports to management or stakeholders. Teams can create security reports based on the most popular security rules, including CWE Top 25, CERT-C, DISA-STIG, and others. last_img read more