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Drive Safely Work Week

Every October, the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) hosts Drive Safely Work Week. This week is an opportunity for organizations to help their employees focus on safe driving. These employers take their employees’ safety–and the safety of others on the road–seriously, and at the same time, they’re helping protect their organization’s bottom line.

Drowsy, Distracted, or Focused...Your Decisions Drive Your Safety

DSWW 2016

The toolkit calls on drivers to take a hard look at what they do behind the wheel (or before getting behind the wheel) that could increase their risk of a crash.

DSWW 2016
DSWW 2015 Poster

DSWW 2015

The toolkit, themed “#PlanAhead—Your Key to Driving Safely,” underscores why advance preparation is important to safe driving.

DSWW 2015

DSWW 2014

The toolkit, themed “Driving your safety culture home,” supports executive leadership’s role in making road safety a part of the corporate safety culture.

DSWW 2014
2013 DSWW poster

DSWW 2013

The toolkit highlights how being at your physical and mental best—along with the “health” of your vehicle—are all connected in making us safer drivers.

DSWW 2013
dsww 2012

DSWW 2012

The 2012 DSWW campaign materials take us back to the basics—to remind us of some of the fundamental skills necessary to being a safe driver.

DSWW 2012
Drive Safely Work Week 2011

DSWW 2011

The 2011 campaign is focused on distracted driving and how to prevent it whether you are the driver, a passenger, a cyclist, a pedestrian or a role model.

DSWW 2011
Focus: Safe Driving is Serious Business Poster

DSWW 2010

The campaign is focused on the dangers of distracted driving and provides meaningful education and awareness activities to help keep employees safe.

DSWW 2010
DSWW 2009 - drive focused. drive smart. get home safely

DSWW 2009

The campaign addresses distracted driving, eco-friendly driving, and reminders that most everyone has someone counting on them to get home safely each day.

DSWW 2009