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Shifting Culture
Whether I’m behind my desk or behind the wheel, my job requires my full attention. That’s why I’m making the shift to engaged driving and I’m helping my coworkers do the same. Getting the job done takes all of us working together – we look out for each other on the road too so we can all get home at the end of the day.
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The first part of a job well
done is arriving safely.
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I never call when I know
my coworkers are driving.
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Keeping the volume low helps
me focus on the road.
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I always give myself enough
time to safely make it to the jobsite.
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Checking road and traffic
conditions help me plan a safe route.
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Whether I’m driving or a
passenger I do my part to focus on the road.

Engaged on the line and on the road. 

At Idaho Power, we value our culture of safety. As part of this culture, we are committed to practicing engaged driving. For us, it’s more than just a company rule, it’s a way to keep our employees, customers and the communities we serve safe.

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