Upcoming Live Sessions
Wednesday, April 5 (2-3 p.m. CT): Top Things Every Manager Should Know about Safety. Register to attend now.
Safety is a manager’s most important responsibility. Creating a culture of safety is critical to the safety of your drivers and the overall success of your business. Where should managers concentrate their time and attention? In this webinar, Brian Fielkow, consultant, speaker, author and executive vice president of risk resources for Acrisure, will answer that question. He will reveal the top things every manager needs to know to improve driver safety and protect a company from the risks associated with crashes. He also will discuss how to incorporate these into your safety program for improved safety.
Tuesday, April 11 (10-10:30 a.m. CT): Distracted Driving: Work Toward Zero by Making Safety Personal. Register to attend now.
How do we address transportation safety differently in the workplace to move the needle toward zero? Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of unintentional workplace deaths. Transportation safety can be one of the most important parts of an employer’s health and safety management system, with practical applications that apply on and off the job. This session will focus on driving activities that result in distraction and how a strong safety culture can decrease risk. Best practices will be shared. To broadly address driver behavior and improve safety, we need to look through a different lens and connect workplace policies and procedures with everyday life. Safety is personal.
Driver Behavior Micro E-Learning
Other E-Learning Courses
Driver Safety Games
Test your traffic safety knowledge with our e-learning quiz games. The Games console includes:
- Distraction Action
- Driving Basics BINGO
- Impairment Jeopardy
- Night Owl
- Stat Attack (Family Feud-style game)
Journey Management Planning
What is journey management, and how can it help keep employees safe on or off the job? This 20-minute course features an introduction to journey management principles, how to develop a journey management plan, and presents several scenarios that contrast best practices and poor planning.
Learn about types of drugs and their effects, including the category called polydrugs. What happens when different drugs combine into a potentially volatile mix—called a polydrug? By the end of this course—which takes about 12 minutes to complete—you’ll know how to look up the effects of polydrugs.
How much do you know about pedestrians and their safety? Take our fun quiz to see how much you know—and learn something, too!
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ODC Training Program Descriptions
DITTE (Drug Impairment Training for Texas Employers)
Can you identify an impaired employee in the workplace? We offer a staff-development training course to aid your safety leaders in doing just that.
Free Drug Impairment Training for Texas Employers (DITTE) explores the effects of alcohol and other drugs on driving and workplace performance and highlights costs and lifestyle impacts of a DWI-alcohol arrest. Benefits of preventive training for employers and employees also are outlined.
In each section of DITTE training, participants are directed to free resources designed to raise awareness of risks associated with impairment and promote safe behaviors. The training addresses seven categories of impairment:
- Central nervous system depressants
- Central nervous system stimulants
- Dissociative anesthetics
- Narcotic analgesics
Who should attend? Health, safety managers/leads, wellness, human resource, public affairs professionals, business owners, as well as senior and executive management team members.
What will you learn?
- How to educate employees on traffic safety to help reduce the number of alcohol and drug-related incidents on Texas roads.
- How to develop or improve a resource guide for drug policies, programs and practices within your organization.
COST: This education is grant-funded by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). There is NO CHARGE to participants.