Thursday, July 30, 2020

GHSA Webinar Series: Forging a New and Safer Normal

Just two sessions left in our GHSA2020 Webinar Series!

All sessions are free and open to all, and registration is required.
August Webinar
Drug-Impaired Driving: An Update on Trends and Tools
Wednesday, August 5, 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET
This webinar features a roundtable discussion on the current status of drug-impaired driving. Learn about's new High-Risk Impaired Driver (HRID) toolkit and grants to states, the impacts of marijuana legalization in Canada and new technology tools available to the criminal justice community to better manage impaired drivers. We also want to hear from YOU - join the discussion by sharing your best practices and asking the speakers and the audience to weigh-in on ideas you may have to address DUID.
Sponsored By
  • Chuck DeWeese, Assistant Commissioner, New York Governor's Traffic Safety Committee and Chair, Governors Highway Safety Association

  • Darrin Grondel, Vice President, Traffic Safety and Government Relations, Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility
  • Robyn Robertson, President & CEO, Traffic Injury Research Foundation
September Webinar
Understanding Micromobility: Transportation's New Disruptor
Wednesday, September 2, 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET
Micromobility - or the use of shared bicycles, e-bikes and scooters - is helping to revolutionize the movement of people in cities and on college campuses across the U.S. However, this increasingly popular mode of transportation is not without its issues. Join a panel of experts to explore six micromobility challenges and the role state highway safety offices can play to help address them.
Sponsored By
  • Pam Shadel Fischer, Senior Director of External Engagement, Governors Highway Safety Association

  • Commander Eric Miesse, Highway Enforcement Command, Austin Police Department
  • Staci Hoff, Ph.D., Research Director & FARS/CRSS Supervisor, Washington Traffic Safety Commission
  • Henry Dunbar, Director, Active Transportation Operations, Arlington County Commuter Services
  • Colin Hughes, Sr. Policy Manager/New Mobility, Lyft