Survey on Safety Incentive Plans
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Survey on Safety Incentive Plans

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      NTL-SAFETY AND SECURITY-Transit Safety and Security
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      The Administrative Committee of the ATA Small Operations Division, with the assistance of the ATA Department of Personnel and Accident Prevention, is sponsoring a series of related compilations, based upon brief surveys among ATA member companies that have indicated a desire to participate in activities of this Division. These surveys will deal with specific features of successful safety programs. The ?Survey on Safety Incentive Plans? is the first that has been prepared in the series. It is based upon the replies to an inquiry sheet circulated during June 1951 among all ATA member companies interested in participating in activities sponsored by the Small Operations Division. Replies were received from 114 properties. Included in this compilation are details concerning the individual awards to drivers, or to teams or other forms of group competition, for outstanding accident records as reported by 88 companies. The remaining 26 properties indicated that they have no such award plans. A list of the latter group is also included. For convenience in comparing the safety incentive plans of companies of relatively similar size, the replies have been grouped as follows: Companies having less than 25 drivers; Companies having 25 to 49 drivers; Companies having 50 to 99 drivers; Companies having 100 to 199 drivers; Companies having 200 to 499 drivers; Companies having more than 500 drivers. Obviously, a few of the replies are not from ?small? companies in the generally accepted sense of that term. Such replies were submitted by larger properties that have asked to be included in all matters promulgated by the Small Operations Division.
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