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- Distracted Driving: Rewind
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Distracted Driving: Rewind
Distracted Driving: Rewind is part of the award-winning DuPont portfolio of workplace safety training offerings. Other offerings include the Workplace Safety Series, Managing Safety: Systems That Work For Operations Managers, Managing Safety: Techniques That Work For Line Supervisors, and the DuPont™ STOP® program.
About the Workshop
Statistics show that distracted driving is the reason behind many driving-related accidents and fatalities. If an employee causes an accident while on the job, there is the potential for injuries, loss of life, litigation, and claims, as well as indirect costs such as loss of productivity and damage to a company’s public image.
Distracted Driving: Rewind is designed to help participants make better decisions behind the wheel. The major focus is to change participants’ way of thinking about multitasking while driving. By pausing a moment to think about safety before, during, and after driving, the chances of causing and being in an accident that may have devastating consequences can be decreased.
This half-day* workshop discusses statistics, real-life cases, and the importance of a corporate driving policy. It also covers personal actions that drivers engage in that make roadways dangerous.
- Identify common causes of distracted driving
- Identify and address myths about distracted driving
- Cell phone use compared to drinking and driving
- Identify hazards of distracted driving
- Identify practices related to distracted driving prevention.
Who Should Attend
This workshop is appropriate for every employee. Maximize the potential for safe driving by informing and educating all employees about the hazards and consequences of distracted driving.
The format is based on adult group-learning principles, in which participants interact as they discuss, analyze, and apply information from presentations, case studies, group discussions, and situational analyses to their own experience and organizations.
The workshop can be conducted and facilitated by either a DuPont safety consultant or by your own qualified delivery personnel.
The Course Outline
What is Distracted Driving?
- Facts and Statistics
- 3 Types of Distractions
Distracted Driving Myths
- The Reality of Driving
- Facts and Statistics
Corporate Driving Policy (*optional for supervisiors)
- Case Studies
*Length of workshop varies based on class size.