Our Mission is Safety
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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Your class confirmation will be mailed to you within four weeks of your receipted payment date to the Court. If you provided an email address when filling out your ticket, your class confirmation will be emailed to you. Your request for course location, day and time will be honored if possible.
National Safety Council holds classes in the following locations: Roosevelt University (Chicago Campus), Oakton Community College, Moraine Valley Community College, Roosevelt University (Schaumburg Campus) and Dominican University.
If you cannot attend your assigned course, immediately reschedule.
Please arrive at your course location
30 minutes early to register. You must present a valid picture ID as required by the court. No one is admitted after the course start time. If you miss any part of the course, you must reschedule, pay a fee and attend the course in its entirety.
In addition to a valid picture ID, please bring a pen and your Class Confirmation with you to class. No guests, children or pets are permitted in class. Please review the NSC Code Of Conduct prior to attending.
If you are scheduled to participate in the classroom version of the 4-Hour Driver Safety Course, you may be eligible to switch to the online version. Please call (888) 245-8450 or email [email protected] for assistance.
Accessing the Online 4-Hour Driver Safety Course
After receiving your access code in your class confirmation document, you can access the Online 4-Hour Driver Safety Course from any computer with an internet connection:
Online Technical Support
Call the Traffic Safety School Online Technical Support helpline at (800) 775-1484 or via email at [email protected]. Business hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to noon Saturdays.
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