The Safety Division of the North Dakota Department of Transportation is proud to welcome Tigirlily back to their home state of North Dakota through a new partnership promoting personal responsibility while driving at their July 5 concert in Medora.
The North Dakota Safety Council, as part of the OSHA Coalition of Trenching Partners in North Dakota, is working to advance the health and safety of those working with trenching and excavating in the construction and energy industries.
As summer ramps up, so does hazardous material transportation on North Dakota’s roads and highways. The NDSC in partnership with the ND Highway Patrol encourages motorists to exercise extreme caution when encountering trucks with hazmat loads, and to never pass a hazmat truck stopped at a railroad crossing.
The temperatures are climbing throughout North Dakota. When it’s hot outside, it’s even hotter inside a car. In just 10 minutes, the heat inside a car can become deadly.
As families head to the lake, the backyard or the badlands this summer, a campfire may be tempting, but it isn’t worth the risk. North Dakota’s drought continues, and fire danger remains high. While campers may miss those traditional fire blackened, ash-flavored marshmallows, campers can find lots of fun without the fire.