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Driving

Driving fatalities are the leading cause of workplace deaths in the United States.  In today's fast-paced society with countless distractions, these programs serve as a valuable tool for training employees that are required to operated company vehicles.  These tips will also be valuable off-the-job.


An unsafe driver operating a vehicle while being distracted by paperwork and not paying attention
Distracted Driving: At What Cost?
Product Code: DDWCNH

Most drivers are unaware of how often they are distracted from the most important task at hand - driving the vehicle safely. This program is designed to raise a driver's awareness of the potentially tragic consequences of driving while distracted.
An unsafe driver operating a vehicle while being distracted by paperwork and not paying attention
Distracted Driving: At What Cost? (Humorous Version)
Product Code: DDWC

Most drivers are unaware of how often they are distracted from the most important task at hand - driving the vehicle safely. This program is designed to raise a driver's awareness of the potentially tragic consequences of driving while distracted.
Jacy Good discussing the potential hazards of driving while texting or talking on a cell phone
Hang Up and Drive: The Jacy Good Story
Product Code: HUD

Jacy and Steve discuss the dangers of multi-tasking, texting and other unsafe acts while driving, and also remind viewers of the steps we all should take to prevent the temptation to use our cell phones when behind the wheel.
A driver wearing a blindfold to illustrate the potential hazards of the blindfold effect
Driver Safety: The Blindfold Effect
Product Code: DSBFE

This is more than a "how-to" program, it's also a motivational film designed to affect the viewer's attitude about driving safety issues.  The interactive format of this program is designed to encourage participation by asking viewers to identify and discuss the hazards depicted in the program.
A worker demonstrating safe operating procedures while riding an all-terrain vehicle or ATV
Safe Operation & Use of All-Terrain Vehicles
Product Code: SOATV

ATV's can be useful around the facility, but unsafe operation can lead to serious injury or even death. This program discusses the safe operating procedures that must be followed to avoid injuries while riding an all-terrain vehicle.
The mangled car that was struck by a drunk driver and resulted in the death of the innocent driver
Knock On The Door: Drinking & Driving
Product Code: KODD

The story, as told by Phil's father, presents a powerful reminder about the dangers of drinking and driving. It also reinforces the message that driving brings with it a great deal of responsibility.
A victim of road rage on his cellphone which is a modern driving hazard and not safe driving
Modern Driving Hazards
Product Code: MDHZD

This program analyzes the four stages of "road rage" and the steps drivers can take to keep themselves from becoming a victim of violence. The use of cellular phones and other modern devices is also reviewed.
A motivational speaker explaining how motor vehicle collisions are predictable and preventable
Preventing Motor Vehicle Collisions
Product Code: PMVC

In this motivational program, Martin recalls stories of the collision scenes he has attended during his 22 years of experience. In almost every case, the accidents were predictable and preventable.
Drivers in snow and ice adjusting their driving technique to remain safe when winter driving
Winter Driving: When the Rules Change
Product Code: WDRC

This program adresses: vehicle preparation for winter, adjusting schedules for winter driving conditions, maintaining good visibility, winter driving techniques including intersections, cornering, skid control, braking and slowing down and winter survival
A worker distracted on the job by his cell phone creating a dangerous and unsafe work environment
Cell Phones in the Workplace: A Dangerous Distraction
Product Code: CPWD

Our cell phones are powerful tools that make our lives easier by allowing us to have instant access to information and communication. However, when they are used at the wrong time and in the wrong manner, these same devices can get us in trouble at work and cause serious injury.
A bus operator driving safely and avoiding distractions to keep his attention on driving
Distracted Driving: At What Cost? (Transit Version)
Product Code: DDTR

Most drivers are unaware of how often they are distracted from the most important task at hand - driving the vehicle safely. Featuring a variety of transit-oriented settings, this dramatic program illustrates the range of distractions faced by bus operators.
An avoidable automobile accident where vital choices may have been ignored by the drivers
Vital Choices: Drinking, Driving and Seatbelts
Product Code: VCDD

Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of work-related deaths. In fact, automobile accidents account for about 63% of employees' deaths "off the job" as well.  Based on these staggering statistics, you can see why we must never take chances.
A motivational speaker explaining how motor vehicle collisions are predictable and preventable
Preventing P.O.V. Collisions
Product Code: PPOV

In this motivational program, Martin recalls stories of the collision scenes he has attended during his 22 years of experience. In almost every case, the accidents were predictable and preventable.