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  • Defensive Driving Safety Training

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    Nobody knows driver safety training like the people who pioneered it more than 50 years ago. The National Safety Council created the first defensive driving course in 1964 and has been the leader in driver safety training ever since. 


    Safer Drivers, Safer Roads


    Motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death and injury in the workplace and the cost of a single accident could easily exceed $1.4 million. A defensive driver safety program can reduce risk and keep people safer on the road.

    Defensive Driving Safety Training has proven to be an effective solution to:

    • Control liability costs associated with work-related vehicle crashes
    • Reduce insurance premiums and fleet repair bills
    • Reduce motor vehicle incident rates
    • Decrease workers' compensation claims
    • Improve productivity by keeping employees safe, on and off the job
    • Protect your brand by improving public perception of your driving practices 
  • NSC Defensive Driving Safety Training provides:

    • Leading-edge curriculum for greater comprehension and content retention
    • Cost effective training solutions for organizations of all sizes
    • Immediate and post-incident training, when timing is crucial
    • New employee or refresher training
    • Remote, onsite and customized training
    • Flexibility for ease of scheduling and student participation
  • ​Employees may also benefit from insurance reduction, ticket dismissal or point reduction in many states. Learn more.

  • “GEICO has helped their policyholders to save money on insurance premiums when they complete the National Safety Council Defensive Driving Online Course. Since 2008, more than 227,000 GEICO customers have completed DDC online.”

National Safety Council Mission

The National Safety Council eliminates preventable deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy.

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