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BAC Test

Think you are good to drive a few hours after you have had some drinks? Check out this timeline to understand how your blood alcohol level (BAC) can remain elevated long after you have stopped drinking.

Bridget Curbside

She turns the downer that is your daily commute into merriment

Calendars and Wall Posters

Traffic safety can be as simple as delivering a message in calendar or on wall poster. Request 2017-2018 copies to post at various locations around your building, no charge.

Check to Protect

Download a two-sided “VIN reminder card” for drivers to fill out and carry with them. Then, they easily can go to Check to Protect and check their vehicle’s recall status. There also is a Spanish version of the reminder card. Right click on the Check to Protect logo (at right), hit “save image as” and create a Check to Protect button on your company website.

Co-Pilot Rights

Prevent distraction for the diver. Speak up if the driver is doing something dangerous. Say no to any behavior that draws your driver’s attention away from the road. Share this free infographic: Co-Pilot Rights

Crash Incident Report Form

Where did the incident happen (document street address or intersection)? What happened (describe the incident and the sequence in which things happened)? What was the damage (mark a diagram to show areas of vehicle damage)? Use this free resource to file a crash report. Get it now: Texas Crash Incident Report Form

Distracted Driving Simulator

Arrangements can be made for organizations to use the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Distracted Driving simulator. The tool is designed to educate drivers on the dangers of distracted driving. For more information, contact the Passenger Safety Project Team.

Free Webinars and Classroom Training


These colorful, engaging handouts can be used for employee training and safety talks.

Keep Tractor Trailer Drivers Safe at Destination

A flier produced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the trucking industry addresses common hazards for drivers after they reach their destination:

  • Parking
  • Backing up
  • Coupling (attaching) vehicles
  • Uncoupling (detaching) vehicles

Use this free resource to check off important truck driver safety steps.

Making the Case for Traffic Safety

Want in on a dirty little secret? Crashes cost employers billions of dollars and millions of work days each year. At Our Driving Concern, we help Texas employers reduce risks and manage costs. Here, we present our case: Four Reasons to Use An Employee Traffic Safety Program.

Mobile Training

Using a Mobile Device

Our new Safety Coach Tailgate Talks, available on this website, can be used by safety instructors in non-classroom settings. Access the mobile lessons using the SAFETY COACH TAILGATE TALKS menu. The lessons can be accessed from a tablet or smart phone.

Using Safety Coach Tailgate Talk Cards

How to use Safety Coach Tailgate Talk Cards


Safety Coach and Our Driving Concern Newsletter archives

Posters, Fact Sheets and Tip Sheets

Power Play: Our Tools, Your Voice

On this page, you will find the PowerPoint presentations we’ve used in our free webinar series. We invite you to access these presentations and make use of them in traffic safety talks with your employees.

Sample Driving Policy

As an employer, you are wondering what elements should be included in a safe driving policy for employees. We have created a Sample Driving Policy you can copy and use on your own company letterhead.

The document addresses concern over aggressive driving, distracted driving, impaired driving and seat belt use. At the end, there is a place for employee acknowledgement of company policy, signature required.

State Agencies

Test Your Employees

What kind of driver are you?

  • Defensive driver
  • Safe driver
  • Average driver
  • Aggressive driver

E-Learning: Try our quiz to find out. Classroom:  Test your employees.

How is your road sign literacy? Take the test, learn the answer.

Toilet Tabloids

We’ve created a unique free resource that enables you to share important traffic safety messages — even in the bathroom

Traffic Safety Huddle

Talking points on driving basics for you to use in a Safety Huddle with your team

Traffic Safety Video Tool

Change driver behavior with our creative resources and your ongoing educational efforts. Download and share this looping file in your lobbies, breakrooms and other places where you post information on video monitors.


The Network of Employers for Traffic Safety has partnered with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to create a free online seat belt toolkit. The kit includes a communication plan for a six-week worksite seat belt usage campaign.

Power Play: Our Tools, Your Voice

On this page, you will find the PowerPoint presentations we’ve used in our free webinar series. We invite you to access these presentations and make use of them in traffic safety talks with your employees.