Defensive Driving Training

We feature a collection of safety training videos geared towards learning more about Defensive Driving and how they incorporate in your work environment. Each of our courses in the Defensive Driving Safety Training helps certify your employees by exceeding OSHA compliance and providing them the skills they need to operate safely. They identify what the hazards are, prevention, and more!

 

Defensive Driving – Orientation

Automobile accidents happen everyday. From fender benders to full on collisions, small distractions and poor judgment cause numerous accidents, many of them deadly. However, with the proper driving skills, and learning to drive defensively, you can go a long way to preventing many accidents from occurring.

Objectives

  • Vehicle Inspection
  • Defensive Driving Basics
  • Distracted & Impaired Driving
  • Road Rage
  • Nighttime Driving
  • Hazardous Weather
  • Accidents & Breakdowns

Defensive Driving – Distracted Driving

  When many people think of car accidents, they often think they occur from bad weather, icy roads, or mechanical problems with the car. But many accidents are caused by simply not paying attention, being on your phone, listening to the radio, talking with passengers, or anything that distracts your attention from the road can quickly cause an accident.

Objectives

  • Types of Distractions
  • Potential Distractions
  • Driver Focus

Defensive Driving – Hazardous Weather

Rain. Show. Ice. Fog. Wind. Hazardous weather takes on any forms and has a huge impact one’s ability to drive safely, knowing how to react and respond in various types of weather will go a long way to keeping you, and other drivers, safe on the road.

Objectives

  • Friction
  • Types of Hazardous Weather
  • Winter Driving

Defensive Driving – Speed Kills

Over a third of all fatal crashes are caused by speeding. On average speeding costs more than $40 billion in damages and over 13,000 lives a year. Driving too fast for the road you are on (or the condition you are in) as well as going over the speed limit is dangerous and deadly. While the urgency of today’s workplace requires one to constantly be on the go, this is no excuse for driving dangerously or putting yourself and others at risk.

Objectives

  • How Speeding Kills
  • The Stopping Distance
  • Environmental Hazards
  • How Speeding Costs

Defensive Driving – Refresher

Defensive Driving is something we all hear about, but few of us ever do. Yet if we employed Defensive Driving techniques in our daily lives, many car accidents could be avoided. Defensive Driving refers to being aware not only of your own vehicle and surroundings, it refers to being aware of other people on the road and what they may or may not do.

Objectives

  • Accident Prevention
  • Distracted Driving
  • Hazardous Weather