Driver Safety


No. of mini-lessons3


Duration 10'

No. of mini-lessons 3

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Course overview

Since the development of road networks, the ability to move goods and people has helped businesses expand their reach to more than just the local area. And, every day, millions of people get behind the wheel for work purposes, without giving it a second thought. But sometimes things go wrong.

Did you know that motor vehicle crashes occur every 5 seconds, someone’s injured every 10 seconds, and fatal collisions happen every 12 minutes? This puts into perspective just how important it is to keep employees driving safely. So, OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, have regulations that employers and employees must follow. And it’s the employer’s responsibility to enforce these.

What's covered

Employer responsibilities under the OSHA Driver Safety regulations

Best-practice advice to promote safer driving in your workplace

The Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) 10-step driver safety program

Why your teams need this course

Traffic accidents can have a devastating impact on families and businesses, both emotionally and financially. So, it’s vital that employers encourage safe driving. For leaders, managers, and health & safety personnel, this course will explore employer responsibilities under the OSHA regulations. It’ll also look at best practice, and creating a driver safety program, to help protect employees.

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