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Our Driving Concern: TeXas Employer Safety program
The Our Driving Concern: Texas Employer Trfafific Safety Program brings resources to Texas employers to reduce traffic crashes both on and off the job.
Learn more about Our Driving Concern.
Eight organizations show commitment to keeping employees safer on Texas roadways 
The National Safety Council annouced the first recipients of the inaugural 2014 Our Driving Concern: Texas Employer Safety Award presented in partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation. The honorees represent employers who have shown oustanding committment to the safety and well-being of their employeees on-and-off the job in the area of traffic safety.
The Our Driving Concern Texas Employer Traffic Safety Program proudly recognizes the following employers for their leadership and commitment to safety:
  • AFC Transportation
  • City of Corpus Christi, Risk Management Division
  • City of Irving
  • City of San Marcos
  • Dylan's Drivers
  • Region 6 Education Service Center
  • Texas Department of Transportation, Construction Division
  • Texas Municipal League, Intergovernmental Risk Pool

Recipients will be honored in March 2015 at the annual NSC Texas Safety Conference & Expo in Austin.

The National Safety Council’s Texas Employer Safety Program Our Driving Concern offers a free training program for employers and their employees that provide presentation skills in conjunction with the traffic safety curriculum that is used to address driver behaviors on and off the job that are costly to Texas employers. Protect your employees and the municipalities’ bottom line.
This training is geared for HR professionals, safety professionals, supervisors, safety instructors, and other municipal staff that can utilize these materials.
These instructor-led modules are designed with a Employer-Employee focus and the behavior-specific modules are designed to deliver to your employees at staff meetings, safety meetings, etc. Each module includes scripted PowerPoint, video and audio presentations, Facilitator guide, tip sheets, and handouts.
Join us at these upcoming trainings:
Our Driving Concern Train the Trainer Workshop: San Marcos (registration link coming)
San Marcos, TX Thursday, October 9, 2014  from 12:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
HR Training Room
630 E Hopkins, Municipal Building
Sponsored event: Chamber of Commerce & City of San Marcos
*This event is open to ALL businesses in San Marcos. There is a small fee to cover the cost of lunch that will be provided by the Chamber of Commerce.
Pharr, TX Friday, October 17, 2014 from 8:30 A.M to 12:30 P.M.
TxDOT Facility, Pharr Conference Center
600 W Expy 83

Our Driving Concern Train the Train Workshop: San Angelo

San Angelo, TX Monday November 3, 2014 from 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
TxDOT Offices, Main Office Building (Assembly Room) 
4502 Knickerbocker Rd.
San Angelo, TX 76904
Lufkin, TX Tuesday, November 6, 2014 from 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
TxDOT Lufkin Headquarters, Regional Conference Room
1805 N Timberland Dr.

Our Driving Concern is offering FREE new training for employers to provide necessary traffic safety information to keep employees safe on Texas roads. Training sessions will take place throughout the state and we can even come to your workplace to host a training for a group of employees.

RSVP today for one of our free trainings or schedule your own by contacting Lisa Robinson at or (512) 466-7383. 
A project of the National Safety Council
in cooperation with Texas Department of Transportation.

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