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Abbott

AmeriFleet Transportation

Chubb Group of Insurance Companies

The Coca-Cola Company

Johnson & Johnson

Liberty Mutual Insurance

Monsanto Company

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company

Shell International Petroleum Company, B.V.

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DSWW™ 2014 Materials Now Available!

Drive Safely Work Week™ is October 6-10

The tool kit, themed "Driving your safety culture home," builds the case for executive leadership to adopt safe driving for all employees as a part of the corporate safety culture and provides low-cost tools and ideas to start, expand and sustain a road safety program.

NETS’ Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety ™ Now Available

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The Guide has global applicability and is for employers of large or small fleets of all vehicle types with new, developing or advanced road safety programs.

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Electronic Novice Driver’s Road Map® Now Available

8-step guide for parents to help teen drivers get the practice they need on the road to becoming a safe driver.

Joe McKillips, NETS’ 2014-2015 board chairman, talks to Automotive Fleet about the value of NETS and his vison for NETS going into the future.

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NETS' STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Fleet Safety Benchmark Program

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Join NETS and improve your fleet safety performance. NETS' STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® fleet safety benchmark program will help you reduce collisions, injuries and costs.

The program is for large and small, private and public, US and international employers.

For more information, email Jack Hanley at jhanley@trafficsafety.org

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