Report on the Need to Institute Hands-Free Calling

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The beginning:
Report on the Need to Institute Hands-Free Calling
Letter of Transmittal
Executive Summary
Introduction
Purpose
Scope and Limitations
Sources and Methods
CANADA HANDS-FREE DRIVING LEGISLATION SPECIFICATIONS
Legislation in Western Canada
Limits and Consequences of Violation
IMPORTANCE OF CELLPHONE USE FOR AGENTS
Increased Productivity
HANDS-FREE DEVICES
Available Hands-Free Technology
Benefits of Hands-Free for Drivers
Limitations of Hands-Free for Drivers
LEGAL LIABILITY
Vicarious Liability for Employers
Good Faith
CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
REFERENCES
List of TABLES
Table 1
Table 2
Letter of Transmittal
Dear…
RE: REPORT ON THE NEED TO INSTITUTE HANDS-FREE CALLING
Enclosed is a completed copy of the report you commissioned to create a...
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