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Our Driving Concern: Texas Employer Traffic Safety Program
The training describes the problems of risky behaviors and how they effect your company and are designed to reduce the financial and emotional impact of crashes, both on and off the job. Through interactive instructional methods, participants are prompted to consider modifying risky driving habits.
After completing the training, participants will receive their own copies of the curriculum to present to their companies, employees and communities.
For more information on any of the trainings above or to set up one with your company, contact Lisa Robinson, CFLE, NSC Texas Employer Traffic Safety Program Manager. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Call 512-466-7383.
Given the enormous expense associated with crashes and injuries, it is necessary to train your employees to drive safely and develop a companywide traffic safety program.
About half of all crash-related injuries result in days away from work, which can greatly impact employer costs, including:
Our Driving Concern offers a free training program to teach your employees the basics of traffic safety and help prevent costly crashes. Our Driving Concern Train-the-Trainer Workshops teach presentation skills in conjunction with a traffic safety curriculum to address driver behaviors that are costly to Texas employers. This training is great for HR professionals, safety professionals, supervisors, instructors, and other staff.
If you want to arrange a training for your company or would like to see about having a training in your community, please contact Lisa Robinson, at Lisa.Robinson@nsc.org or 512-466-7383.
National Safety Council Honors Texas Employers with Traffic Safety Awards
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