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Driver Safety

Transportation Safety

Transportation Safety

A freight train derailed in the winter of 2004 in the Canadian town of Whitby, Ontario. It was traveling westbound through a suburb that included overpass bridges to clear the north-south...Show more
The 1-2-3s of Winter Driving Safety Video

The 1-2-3s of Winter Driving Safety Video

Driving conditions in the winter months can be full of treacherous hazards including, winter ice, poor visibility, strong winds, snow, rain, and more. Each weather condition and the risks...Show more
Driving Safety - Defensive Driving in a Dangerous World

Driving Safety - Defensive Driving in a Dangerous World

Driving Safety - Defensive Driving in a Dangerous World is the most comprehensive general driving safety video currently available. This program was released by Black Mountain Safety &...Show more
Ten Keys to Safe City Driving - Trucking Safety Video

Ten Keys to Safe City Driving - Trucking Safety Video

Ten Keys to Safe City Driving is brought to you by http://bigcitydriver.com. Written and narrated by Ken Skaggs
Safety Video - Defensive Driving

Safety Video - Defensive Driving

The most dangerous activity you do on a daily basis is driving or riding in a vehicle. In this safety video, you will learn defensive driving techniques to help you and your passengers...Show more
Driving Safety Training Video

Driving Safety Training Video

Educate staff about the benefits of driving safety to minimize organization costs and keep your employees safe. Reinforce your safety culture and fleet safety program.
Texting and Driving

Texting and Driving

People who text and drive are 23 time more likely to have and accident. So how do we overcome this huge social problem. Simply telling people not to communicate while driving clearly isn’t...Show more
Make It Click, Make It Stick

Make It Click, Make It Stick

The serious road injury rate could be halved if more people clicked into their seat belt before they took to the highway. Make sure that your belt is going to protect you in an accident by...Show more
Keep Your Focus on the Road

Keep Your Focus on the Road

Driver distraction is a major source of accidents. You may feel that you can change a CD, eat your breakfast or apply your lipstick and still maintain your driving focus, but your are wrong...Show more
Act On Road Signs

Act On Road Signs

How often have you read a portion of a book without taking in a word of it? When you're behind the wheel, that' something that you cannot afford to do. You need to not only read road signs,...Show more
Why Every Workplace Needs a Cell Phone Policy

Why Every Workplace Needs a Cell Phone Policy

In Texas, A jury finds a beverage company liable after one of its drivers crashes while talking hands-free.The hands-free headset complied with company policy.One Injury. Verdict: $21...Show more
Play It Safe When Stopping on a Hard Shoulder

Play It Safe When Stopping on a Hard Shoulder

If your vehicle fails you in busy traffic, find the safest area to pull over. Do not try to investigate the problem or repair the vehicle yourself. Contact your management team and wait for...Show more
Be Familiar With Your Vehicle

Be Familiar With Your Vehicle

If you're driving a new or unfamiliar vehicle, get to know where the safety controls are before you set off. Check the location of the headlight switch, windshield wipers, front defroster,...Show more
Don't Fight Driver Fatigue

Don't Fight Driver Fatigue

Driver fatigue can be deceiving. We can sometimes imagine road situations that don't exist. If we react to the imaginary situation, the results can be fatal. if you start feeling tired when...Show more
Reduced Visibility Driving

Reduced Visibility Driving

Reduced visibility on the road can result from darkness, twilight, rain, snow, fog, smoke, and bright sunlight. When judging your speed, slow down enough to maintain a safe stopping...Show more
Drowsy Driving

Drowsy Driving

Sleepiness reduces reaction time, decreases awareness and impairs judgment when driving. It is important to be able to recognize the signs of driver fatigue, which include the eyes closing...Show more
Crane Common Sense

Crane Common Sense

There are certain basic techniques that must be practiced to ensure the safest possible operation of a crane. These include: The driver carrying out a brief check of the crane at the...Show more
Safe Use of Internal Powered Trucks

Safe Use of Internal Powered Trucks

Internal powered trucks are employed for internal use within a factory. They are highly mobile, very flexible and can be fitted with a variety of attachments. Because of their mobility and...Show more
Dealing with Aggressive Drivers

Dealing with Aggressive Drivers

Aggressive driver behavior includes running a red light, speeding, tailgating, passing on the right, weaving in and out of traffic, yelling, constantly honking the horn and flashing...Show more
Adjust To Bad Driving Conditions

Adjust To Bad Driving Conditions

Even a little rain can turn roads slippery and unpredictable. Reduce your speed in bad weather and increase your following distance. Avoid making sudden or sharp moves when possible. You...Show more
Avoid Distracted Driving

Avoid Distracted Driving

Distracted drivers are responsible for about 35,000 fatal accidents each year. Avoid becoming another statistic by never texting and driving. Use Bluetooth through a Bluetooth headset...Show more
Wait for it... this could save your life

Wait for it... this could save your life

Share with someone you couldn’t live without and make the streets safer for everyone. #ITCANWAITJoin the It Can Wait community by taking the pledge to keep your eyes on the road, not your...Show more
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