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Manager of Traffic Safety Promoti...

Saskatchewan Government Insurance
2260 - 11Th Avenue
Regina , Saskatchewan S4P 0J9

Company Description: Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is a provincial Crown corporation which has two main functions:

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SGI Roadsmart - Motorcycle safety, 10 Sept 2009 [cached]
"Because of a motorcycle's low crash protection and high performance capabilities, the motorcyclist is at a high risk for being killed or severely injured in a collision," says Shannon Ell, Supervisor of SGI's Traffic Safety Promotion. In the five-year period from 1997 to 2001 there were 957 collisions involving motorcycles in Saskatchewan. They resulted in 685 injuries and 14 deaths. "These statistics are especially alarming for Saskatchewan, since the riding season is only five or six months," Ell said.
Ell advises drivers to remember that motorcycles are more agile than cars, making their movements more difficult to predict. It's important to keep a safe following distance-just as you would behind any other vehicle. Following a motorcycle too closely might distract the rider from the road, which can lead to a crash, says Ell. Motorcycles need a full lane width like all other vehicles. A good rider is constantly changing positions within a lane to increase his ability to see and be seen, and to avoid objects on the road. "Never move into the same lane with a motorcycle," Ell says.
Shannon Ell, Supervisor Traffic Safety Promotion SGI
Students Against Drinking & Driving (SADD) Saskatchewan, 26 Sept 2010 [cached]
Shannon Ell
Community Director
SGI - SGI Safety Squad getting ready to hit the road [cached]
"On average, we receive about 120 invitations from communities all over Saskatchewan each year," said Shannon Ell, SGI's Manager of Traffic Safety Promotion.
If you are interested in having the Safety Squad attend your local community event, or if you have any questions about the program, please contact Shannon Ell, Manager, Traffic Safety Promotion, at 306-775-6179.
SGI - Take advantage of a community grant [cached]
"Community-based organizations are instrumental in helping SGI get the message out on traffic safety and injury prevention," says Shannon Ell, SGI's Manager of Traffic Safety Promotion.
"We're always amazed at the quality of the proposals and the level of creativity that goes into them," says Ell.
Shannon Ell Community Grants Program 306-775-6179 in Regina 1-800-667-8015 ext. 6179
Prevention, by following safety ..., 26 Nov 2010 [cached]
Prevention, by following safety guidelines when meeting emergency vehicles, can reduce the number of crashes and injuries," said Shannon Ell, SGI's Manager of Traffic Safety Promotion.
They should also remember the traffic safety precautions they need to take in orange zones," said Ell.
Including those counting on you to slow down and get out of the way while they do their jobs," said Ell.
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