Safe flashlight usage in traffic control
Submitted by: Asst. Chief Bobby Jones
Never aim your flashlight directly into the eyes of an oncoming driver. Visual recovery from bright lights at night can take several seconds. A driver needs to perceive and react to what is going on. If they are blinded by light, the eye has to recover before they can perception and react ... Full Story
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