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Assess Your Employer Cell Phone Policy

  • ​Vehicle crashes are the number one cause of workplace death, and distractions are a leading factor. A cell phone distracted driving policy is crucial to keeping your workers safe from crashes, but not all policies are created equal.  Some policies have loopholes that leave employees exposed to crash risk.

    The FREE Cell Phone Policy Assessment Tool from the National Safety Council reveals how your policy compares to recommended best practices for keeping workers safe. You'll get:

    • Instant feedback  on your crash and liability risk
    • Tips to close safety gaps in your cell phone policy
    • Ways to educate employees about risks of cell phone use while driving
    • Real examples of lawsuits that resulted when employees crashed while using cell phones
    • Links to helpful  resources

     

    The tool is quick, easy and online!

    STEP 1. Read the questions        
    STEP 2. Select your answers       
    STEP 3. Get a customized report with feedback about your policy

    START HERE
  • Protect Your Employees with a Policy

    Protect your employees with a cell phone policy kit

    An estimated one in four car crashes involves cell phone use. Our free kit has tools to help build support and roll out a policy to reduce crash risk.

    Get the Kit
  • Stay Up to Date on Distracted Driving

    Our Focus on the Drive e-newsletter keeps you updated on new research, educational materials, state laws and impact stories related to cell phone distracted driving.

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  • Distracted Driving Research and Resources

    Check out a variety of videos, infographics and reports to help spread the word that distracted driving is dangerous.

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