Oct. 18, 2019
Columbus, Ohio Letter Carrier Gerald Davis will be inducted into the National Safety Council’s Million Mile Club in recognition of having driven a million miles or 30 years without a preventable accident.
Thursday, October 24, 2019 8:30am
East City Post Office
850 Twin Rivers Road
Columbus, OH 43216
Presentation will be made by USPS Columbus Postmaster Jennifer Goldstein and USPS Customer Service Manager Mike Jones.
Columbus, Ohio Letter Carrier Gerald Davis has joined an elite group of Postal Service employees to individually drive more than a million, accident-free miles. He will receive recognition during a ceremony beginning at 8:30 am on Thursday, October 18, 2019 at the East City Post Office, 850 Twin Rivers Road, Columbus, Ohio 43216.
The National Safety Council’s Million Mile Award recognizes professional drivers who have not had an at-fault accident for 30 years or more of their driving career. According to the National Safety Council, the Safe Driver Award is the trademark of the expert driver and is recognized as the nation’s highest award for professional safe driving.
Safe postal driving practices, like using seat belts, speed reduction, refraining from the use of hands-free devices that lead distracted driving and general defensive driving techniques, are among the Council’s tips for safe driving.
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