GHSA Associate Members are organizations, associations and businesses that support the goals and objectives of GHSA.
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Companies with three or fewer employees, including individual consultants
The personal injury lawyers at Sutliff & Stout focus their practice on helping victims of car and trucking accidents in Houston and Austin, as well as the surrounding areas.
ToughLove Corp. is a young U.S. business developing products that dramatically improve safety outcomes for child and adult automotive passengers. We are also advocates, educational and informational resource providers for families on the move.
The Truck Accident Attorneys Roundtable is comprised of some of the most experienced and respected trucking attorneys from around the nation working together to help people injured in serious truck accidents.
Wired Blue, LLC provides law enforcement phone apps nationally to over 200 city and town police departments and the citizens they serve. The My Police Department app (MyPD) provides the public with numerous resources such as alerts, contacts and crime tips.
501(c)(3) tax exempt organizations with more than three employees
Together for Safer Roads is an innovative coalition that brings together global private sector companies, across industries, to collaborate on improving road safety by bringing together members’ knowledge, data, technology, and global networks to focus on five areas that will make the greatest im
The Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) develops and shares the knowledge that saves - preventing injuries and loss of life on the roads, reducing related social, health and insurance costs, and safeguarding productivity.
Created in 1967, the Transportation Improvement Association (TIA) is committed to identifying transportation safety trends that negatively impact society, and developing solutions that can be implemented to save lives, prevent injuries, and improve mobility. In 2008, the Ash Center for Demo
Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP) is an award-winning, public-private partnership working to prevent drunk driving and underage drinking in the Washington-metropolitan area.