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Effective Oral Comms

  1. 1. It’s 9PM on a Friday Night
  2. 2. And a couple of beers with a couple of friends sounds pretty good
  3. 3. ONE beer.
  4. 4. And another beer.
  5. 5. And another beer.
  6. 6. You decide, you’re gonna drive.
  7. 7. It’s not your BEST idea...
  8. 8. You think it’s under control
  9. 9. But you have no clue…
  10. 10. When the lights turn red…
  11. 11. You try to SLAM the BRAKES
  12. 12. And you lose control o
  13. 13. Guess it’s too late to think twice?
  14. 14. Your car is a wreck
  15. 15. And someone, somewhere lost a loved one
  16. 16. You probably won’t survive your crash
  17. 17. Is a BEER worth THIS?
  18. 18. Effective OralCommunications
  19. 19. Presentation Outline- Our Project- Defining Drunk Driving- Statistics on Drunk Driving- Campaigns against Drunk Driving- Toughened laws on Drunk Driving- Conclusion
  20. 20. Tougher Laws OnDrunk Driving:Why We Need Them
  21. 21. What is Drunk Driving?Also known as – Driving Under the Influence ( DUI )When you have more than 0.08% of alcohol in your bloodWhen you have more than 35ml per 100ml of alcohol in yourbreath.
  22. 22. What is Drunk Driving?Attempting to drive AFTER you have one ( or more ) of this!
  23. 23. Why Drink & Driving?Believing you’re ImmuneIgnorance of Drivers
  24. 24. Why Drink & Driving?Trying to be CoolStressed or Angry people whoDrive
  25. 25. Effects of Drunk Driving?SLOWER Reaction Time
  26. 26. Effects of Drunk Driving?IMPAIRED Vision
  27. 27. Effects of Drunk Driving?POORER CoordinationPOORER Judgment
  28. 28. Effects of Drunk Driving?FALSE Confidence
  29. 29. Effects of Drunk Driving?EFFECTSon Others?
  30. 30. Statistics of Drunk Drivers? But REALLY, how dangerous are these drivers?
  31. 31. Statistics of Drunk Drivers? People Arrested For Drunk Driving4100400039003800 People Arrested For Drunk3700 Driving360035003400 2005 2006 2007
  32. 32. Statistics of Drunk Drivers? Drunk Driving Accidents in 2005 8, 4% 20, 9% Fatal Serious 186, 87% Minor
  33. 33. Statistics of Drunk Drivers? Drunk Driving Accidents in 2006 8, 3% 24, 8% Fatal 256, 89% Serious Minor
  34. 34. Statistics of Drunk Drivers? Drunk Driving Accidents in 2007 29, 6% Fatal Minor 473, 94%
  35. 35. What is in place to stop them?The LAW
  36. 36. What is in place to stop them?Current Laws1st Time Offender - fined up to $5000 or6 months imprisonment .2nd Time Offender - fined up to $10,000 or1 year imprisonment.
  37. 37. What is in place to stop them?3rd Time Offender – Punishments x3$30,000 fine or up to 3 years imprisonmentand license may be revoked.Offenders causing death or serious injuries maybe sentenced for up to 6 strokes of the cane.
  38. 38. Ineffective Laws will be changed!Despite the laws, there is no decreasein the arrests due to drink driving.
  39. 39. Toughened LawsWe propose to TOUGHEN the LAW onConvicted Drunk Drivers.
  40. 40. Why toughen Laws?Deter and Prevent repeatoffenders.Scare off possible drunk drivers.Making it more effective.
  41. 41. Toughened Laws1st Time offenders –Fined up to $8000 or 6 months imprisonment20 hours of CIPLicence revoked for up to 1 yearOffenders must install an ignition interlock device intheir vehicle
  42. 42. Toughened Laws2nd Time offenders –Fined up to $10000 or 12 months imprisonment50 days mandatory imprisonmentLicence revoked for up to 2 years
  43. 43. Toughened Laws3rd Time offenders –Fined up to $30000 or 3 years imprisonment100 days mandatory imprisonmentLicence revoked Permanently.
  44. 44. How do the Changes help?People can’t afford the high finesIgnition Interlock prevents them fromdriving while drunkMandatory sentences will force companiesto fire convicted employees.
  45. 45. Campaigns on Drink DrivingEfforts by the Traffic Police
  46. 46. Campaigns on Drink DrivingComplimentary taxi vouchers andchauffeur serviceFree or subsidized valet servicesand overnight parking
  47. 47. Campaigns on Drink DrivingWorking with Ministry of Health (MOH)and Health Promotion Board (HPB) tocreate a health guideEntertainment outlet operators tooperate taxi services
  48. 48. Campaigns on Drink DrivingStudents Against Drink Driving (SADD)movementCampaign videos being hosted on sitessuch as YouTube and Facebook
  49. 49. Campaigns on Drink DrivingHow Effective is it?
  50. 50. Campaigns on Drink DrivingAlthough a lot of effort is put in to raiseawareness about Drunk Driving, theStatistics show us otherwiseCampaigns are deemed INEFECTIVE.
  51. 51. RecommendationsHow to keep yourself from driving when drunk
  52. 52. RecommendationsGet a designated driver!
  53. 53. RecommendationsTake a CAB home! Your life’s worth the fare hike
  54. 54. ConclusionThe Increasing number of Drink-Driving Arrestsmade per year
  55. 55. ConclusionThe 3 improved laws to increase Effectiveness
  56. 56. Conclusion Think of those who ride with you, not just about yourself.
  57. 57. ConclusionHow campaigns have been Ineffective and Off-target
  58. 58. “ Life, is about making choic
  59. 59. “You CAN choose.If you want to drink and d
  60. 60. “But at times, otherswill pay the price”
  61. 61. It could be the BIGGESTmistake of your life
  62. 62. “Can you live your mistak

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