According to www.nationwide.com/newsroom/dwd-facts-figures.jsp, drivers that use cell phones are four times as likely to get into crashes serious enough to injure themselves (NHTSA, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety). Texting/talking while driving puts our company at serious risk of injuring employees and losing business. Our new policy not only protects the safety of our employees, but ensures that our product arrives safely to its final destination. The policy only applies when employees are clocked in and on company time. However, company policy states that a sales representative can engage in an important business call only if deemed necessary.
Stop Texting & Driving Purpose: To persuade my audience to stop using their cell phones while driving a vehicle because it is irresponsible and extremely dangerous. Specific Purpose: Using a cell phone while driving is not only dangerous to you, but others on the road and is one of the top reasons today for car accidents. Attention Grabber: How many people here have texted while driving? I am like most people where I have texted while driving, but after I got into an accident a couple years back because I was distracted by texting, I rethought the level of importance of texting while driving. (show picture of my car) this is the result of what happened to me when I was texting on my way home from work a couple weeks ago.
King intends to persuade any car driver and the general public that the restrictions on police car chases not only need to be stricter and safer, they also need to be better followed by police engaging in car chases. The first thing that you notice when you look at the page is the large image on the left. It show Loraine Bennett and her daughter holding a picture of her deceased son. It is quite noticeable that Mrs Bennett and her daughter both have sad expressions on their faces. The picture is also quite dark which is in this case done to represent sadness or anger.
Johnson gives statistics showing that talking on a cell phone is as dangerous as driving drunk. Moreover, she points out the increasing number of accidents caused by cell phone use. Her conclusion is that we need to personally decide not to use a cell phone while driving and that we need to educate our friends and family to give up using cell phones while driving too. I agree with Jones that cell phones are dangerous and that we should personally choose to not use one while driving; however, I’d go further than Jones by adding that we need to have laws that prohibit anyone from using cell phones in
He mention what is the president and public want from gun control laws even the public think all new government laws will not work to reduce the illegal used of gun. I agree with Wilson criticism of gun control legislation in same time I agree with the public of the effective of the new laws. Wilson tries to propose some solutions of illegal gun and should control and ban the use of these guns. Wilson has some ideas and major actions to solve gun control debate. He mentions the relating between shrinking the stock of legally purchased guns and people self defend.
The Development of Policing Taneka Lewis AJS/502 Timothy Cariker April 7, 2014 The Development of Policing Policing has been a major part of society for decades. Men and women across the United States risk their lives to ensure that people they know and do not know remain safe. The police and their place in government is a vital key in society. Our modern day law enforcement has continued to change as the demand for more peace rises. Thanks to a man named Sir Robert Peel we have today what is known as police departments, police officers, and police uniforms.
The reason it is relevant to organizational decisions because law enforcement organizations have to decide what punishments and measures of control to put in place in efforts of eliminating or minimizing the issue. It is relevant to personal decisions because people have to decide whether they are willing to take the risk and if they are caught whether the potential consequences are worth the risk. The relationship between legal aspects, and the ethical aspects of using a cell phone while driving is consequences. Legally the consequences of using a cell phone while driving are traffic tickets, fines, and jail time depending on the severity. Ethically the consequences of using a cell phone while driving are guilt, and embarrassment depending on the circumstances.
With the rise in cellular phone use, texting while driving has become a frequent activity. The dangers of texting while driving have led many states to ban the activity while behind the wheel. However, De Soto argues that in order for laws to be effective,
Talking, Texting and Driving: A Deadly Distraction Kenneth Smith Professor Barry McCollough ENG-215 Research and Writing December 17, 2013 Concerns have been raised that use of a cellular phone while driving increases the risk of traffic collisions, property damage, injuries, and fatalities. A variety of groups, including the wireless communications industry and transportation safety groups, have initiated educational campaigns that encourage the prudent use of cellular phones while driving. These safety concerns have also led policymakers to consider whether the use of a cellular phone while driving should be regulated or even prohibited. Such bans, at least with respect of handheld phones by drivers, have already been enacted in
For example, what if people chose not to stop for a red light; wouldn’t there be many car accidents and things more tragic? This is why the rights are not absolute because they are made to a point where it’s to protect the people. The constitution does give individual rights but also gives the government the rights to change it based on behavior and other factors. Mayor Buddy Dyer this is why you should agree with me. Where it says the government made certain dangerous areas off-limits, which prevented residents from accessing their homes and personal property.