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
Collision Info Card
What to do after a crash? Information on this card will help your employees manage a difficult situation. Step-by-step instructions will guide them as they collect their wits and the proper information to turn over to authorities and insurance agents. Get it here: Texas Collision Info Card.
Driving While Intoxicated Info Card
How much is too much? Impairment begins with the first drink. Your gender, body weight, the number of drinks you’ve consumed and the amount of food you’ve eaten affect your body’s ability to handle alcohol. Share this free resource: Texas Driving While Intoxicated Info Card.
These colorful, engaging handouts can be used for employee training and safety talks.
You do not have to serve alcohol at company parties or in-home events to have fun. You can serve mocktails instead. Get recipes to make mocktails:
Fatal Impaired Driving Crashes
What is an impaired driving crash? Can you name the five counties with the highest number of fatal impaired driving crashes in Texas? Do you know the defining characteristics of impaired drivers in fatal crashes? Learn/share: A Snapshot of Fatal Impaired Driving Crashes in Texas.
What You Can Expect from Us
Help us spread the word: Share this downloadable resource flyer with your network of contacts. Think of it as a way to introduce them to all we offer in the Our Driving Concern and Drug Impairment Training for Texas Employers programs.
Aggressive Driving Tip Sheet
Tip Sheet for confronting aggressive drivers and understanding aggressive driving behavior.
Infographic/handout about backing up
Statistics and resources from GHSA
Infographic/handout on impairment and driving
Infographic explores the great multitasking lie.
Infographic/handout conveys that everyone is a pedestrian!
Infographic/handout on seat belt use
Safe Driving Toolkit
Get the Safe Driving Toolkit from the National Safety Council and work to protect your employees, their loved ones, members of the community and your bottom line.
Crash Incident Reporting
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 these two free resources:
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.
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.
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.
Each month, print and display copies of the Our Driving Concern traffic safety calendar and poster collection at your workplace.
Check To Protect
More than 50 million vehicles in the U.S. have unrepaired, open recalls. That is rougly one in five vehicles on the road and includes tens of millions of unrepaired, recalled Takata airbags. In a crash, recalled airbags can rupture and spray shrapnel into the vehicle, transforming lifesaving-safety equipment into life-threatening devices. Check To Protect is a national champaign led by the National Safety Council that encourages drivers and employers to check the recall status of their vehicles and have open recalls fixed immediately.
Cost of Crashes Calculator
Use this free tool from the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety to calculate the cost of crashes at your workplace.
Drug and Alcohol Policy & Compliance Notice
The U.S. Department of Transportation issued a notice so employers and employees who work in safety-sensitive positions know: 1. The DOT requires testing for marijuana but not Cannabidiol (CBD), 2. Labeling of many CBD products may be misleading because the products could contain higher levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) than what the product label states, 3. The DOT’s Drug and Alcohol Testing Regulation does not authorize the use of Schedule I drugs, including marijuana, for any reason. Download and share the DOT Alcohol Policy and Compliance Notice.
Get Smart about Drugs
Learn about drugs and paraphernalia. Keep up with trends and statistics. Use these free resources to drive education efforts at your location.
The National Safety council estimates medically consulted injuries in motor vehicle incidents totaled 4.5 million in 2019, and total motor-vehicle injury costs were estimated at $463 billion. Costs include wage and productivity losses, medical expenses, administrative expenses, motor-vehicle property damage and employer costs.
National Safety Council Publications: Newsletters
The following monthly newsletters, produced by the editors of Safety+Health magazine, are delivered electronically: OHSA Up To Date, Traffic Safety and Today’s Supervisor. Please contact [email protected] for ordering assistance.
Rental Card Checklist
Rental cars are just as important as company vehicles to include in your driver safety program. Print and distribute: Rental Card Safety Checklist.
Safety Coach Cards
Our free Safety Coach Cards can be used to create a safety talk. They are perfect for in your office or outside of a traditional office setting. Cards feature discussion talking points and questions with suggested answers.
- Learn how to print and use these cards.
- Download a complete set.
Texas Rest Stop Map
When you need to pull over, know where you can rest: Texas Rest Stop Map
Understanding Driver Distraction
This free report from the National Safety Council details the science that shows electronic devices are visually, manually and, most of all, cognitively distracting to drivers. Get it here.
Toolkit: Parking Lots, Hot Cars and Distraction
Did you know that 1 in every 5 crashes occurs in a parking lot or parking garage? Or that as many as 66% of drivers may be pulling into and exiting out of parking spaces while distracted? Distraction is also a contributing factor in some child heatstroke deaths in hot cars. Use the following toolkit items to educate employees about deadly distraction in parking lots.
Print this color graphic double-sided, then cut the page in half to create two handouts.
This pocket-size magazine has all of the key facts on parking lot distraction and hot cars. Half the fun is folding it! Watch our quick video to learn how.
Safety Coach Cards
We’ve added 16 new cards on the topic of parking lot distraction and hot cars. If you don’t have the full set of cards, click here. To download just the new additions, click here.
Here are two Traffic Tabloid pieces devoted to the subject of parking lots, distraction and hot cars. Download, print and display at your location:
Traffic Safety Huddles
Our traffic safety huddles are a focused way to keep safety top-of-mind.
Toolkit: Distracted Driving
Safety Coach Cards
Here’s a link to the full set of cards, which includes several cards in the Distracted Driving category: https://txdrivingconcern.org/use-safety-coach-cards/. Check back soon when we’ll also provide a subset of only Distracted Driving cards.