BEST PRACTICES FOR PREVENTION
The following articles offer more detailed solutions for preventing vehicle into building crashes
OCTOBER 23, 2014 - THE BOLLARD: NON-CRASH AND NON-ATTACK-RESISTANCE MODELS by Charles G. Oakes, PhD, Blue Ember Technologies, LLC and Concentric Security, LLC.
JANUARY 2014 - PREVENTING VEHICLE IMPACT TO BUILDINGS, Red River Mutual Insurance 2003 Annual Report. \
JUNE 2013 - FRONT PARKING SPACES AND BUILDING PROTECTION
Argo Insurance, Grocer's Insurance Safety Tip of the Month.
JUNE 2012 - PARKING LOT SAFETY AND TRAFFIC FLOW
Are your customers heading in the right direction? Argo Insurance, Restaurant Insurance Safety Tip of the Month.
JULY 2007 - RETHINKING BOLLARDS: HOW BOLLARDS CAN SAVE LIVES, PREVENT INJURIES AND RELIEVE TRAFFIC CONGESTION IN NEW YOUR CITY published in Transportation Alternatives.
While we hope techniques and technologies can be developed to reduce driver error, seeking behavior change alone is unlikely to prove sufficiently effective. Drivers are fallible and always hold the potential to make mistakes. Installing adequate barriers in front of vulnerable buildings is one way to protect pedestrians, customers and employees of storefront businesses. The Council is open to all input and encourages knowledgeable stakeholders to contribute suggestions and case study examples of effective solutions.