Meeting/Event Information

Distracted Driving

November 07, 2017
7:00 AM to 9:00 AM
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Midland Hills Country Club

2001 Fulham Street
Roseville, MN 55113

Online registration is closed. If you have questions, please contact Lisa at or call 952.270.3645. Thank you.



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  • Establish a network for owners, managers etc. with responsibility for safety.

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Details on the next meeting:

Topic Distracted Driving
Date Tuesday November 7, 2017
Time  7:00 - 7:30am Check-in, Continental Breakfast & Networking
 7:30 - 9:00am Roundtable Discussion 
Where Midland Hills Country Club
2001 Fulham Street, Roseville
Cost Free - MSA members only. 
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Lisa Kons
Minnesota Safety Council 
Lisa is the Traffic Programs Coordinator for the Minnesota Safety Council and has worked with them for 24 years . She works primarily developing, coordinating and implementing traffic safety programming.  She currently serves as the state coordinator for Minnesota Network of Employers for Traffic Safety, which focuses on providing traffic safety resources and opportunities to employers, media outlets and traffic safety partners throughout the state. Lisa served on the board of directors for the Minnesota Wireless Foundation and has served on many traffic safety strategic planning and advisory committees. She has a BA in Organizational Training and Development.


End Distractions – Focus on Driving

You hear about it on the news you read about in in the paper – distracted driving is killing your co-workers, their loved ones, friends and family members. Distracted driving is a growing factor and is now involved in 80% of crashes and it’s just not those pesky cell phones that are to blame.

• Do you play the blame game behind the wheel?

• Is it always the other driver?

• About how many decisions to you make driving one mile?

• Can you multi-task?

Come and learn the answers to these questions and walk away with tools and resources to keep you and your family safe behind the wheel. 




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