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NSC wants to help you reduce the risk of cell phone crashes among your employees with our free Cell Phone Policy Kit. It has all the materials you need to build leadership support for a cell phone policy and tools to communicate to employees.
Responsible employers protect their employees from unnecessary risks in the workplace. However, allowing employees to use their cell phones while driving is letting them be four times as likely to crash. Employers are being held liable for employee crashes. Our white paper shows real cases and explains why employers should care.
See how federal agencies have responded to the threats of cell phone distracted driving, including the National Transportation Safety Board, OSHA and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
Check out this series of 12 short videos to help answer the common questions about cell phone use while driving. All videos are free to
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Relevant articles for employers on cell phone distracted driving
These articles help showcase the importance of putting cell phone policies in place:
The National Safety Council recommends policies that prohibit both hands-free and handheld devices and apply to all employees. Learn the facts by downloading
The Free Cell Phone Policy Kit.
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Are you looking for resources, tools or peer support in getting an employer cell phone policy in place? Join our LinkedIn Group and connect with safety, fleet and other professionals interested in employer cell phone policies.
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