About Our Program

We work with Texas employers to promote safe driving practices among their employees both on- and off-the-job, and proactively combat the costly toll of crashes by helping them understand risky driving behaviors and liability exposure.

Our Driving Concern: Texas Employer Traffic Safety Program provides resources on distracted driving, aggressive driving, passenger restraint, impaired driving and other traffic safety topics. The Our Driving Concern: Texas Employer Traffic Safety Program program offers FREE tools and resources to managers, HR professionals and safety instructors to help you build a companywide traffic safety program that includes:

  • Comprehensive training programs
  • Train-the-trainer workshops
  • Webinars
  • Newsletters
  • Safety talk materials and handouts
  • Diverse speakers
  • Resources for company health fairs
  • NEW Texas Employer Traffic Safety Award
  • Fact sheets, posters and MORE!    
Learn more about Our Driving Concern: Texas Employer Traffic Safety Program with our sell sheet.
Crashes: Know the Impact
  • Motor vehicle crashes are one of the leading causes of unintentional workplace deaths in the United States
  • The average workplace motor vehicle crash costs more than $24,000; if the employee is injured the fine increases to more than $125,000​
  • Texas Employers spend more than $3 billion every year as a result of on- and off-the-job injuries and fatalities (NHTSA)​
  • According to TxDOT, 1/4 of crashes are attributed to distracted driving.

For more information about Our Driving Concern: Texas Employer Traffic Safety Program, contact:

Lisa Robinson, CLFE
Program Manager
National Safety Council
1121 Spring Lake Drive
Itasca, IL 60143
(512) 466-7383

A project of the National Safety Council in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation.















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