Joseph McKillips

Executive Director, NETS

Joe currently serves as the Executive Director of the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS), joining the organization in September 2016. Joe had previously served on the NETS Board of Directors representing Abbott since 2008 and served as NETS Board Chair in 2014 and 2015. As Executive Director, Joe is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the organization’s operations, marketing and communication services, including the annual STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® road safety benchmark survey. In addition, Joe leads efforts associated with a NETS-NHTSA Road Safety Cooperative Agreement and represents NETS on the UN Road Safety Collaboration, the principal steering committee for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 initiative.

Prior to assuming his role as NETS’ Executive Director, Joe spent more than 26-years in the private sector, within global healthcare company Abbott. During his time with Abbott, Joe held a variety of occupational health and safety positions across Abbott’s manufacturing, R&D and commercial business sectors with emphasis in the areas of process safety, loss prevention and global road safety. He was a participating member of the ANSI Z-15.1 Accredited Standards Committee on Safe Practices for Motor Vehicle Fleet Operations and currently serves on the ANSI Z-15.3 Autonomous Vehicle Standards Committee. In addition to successfully leading Abbott’s worldwide fleet safety programs across 80+ countries, Joe led Abbott’s efforts to implement a comprehensive global cell phone ban across the company’s commercial business sector in 2013. Joe also championed Abbott’s wide-ranging initiatives to make road safety a component of its corporate social responsibility efforts through school-based road safety initiatives across India and helmet safety campaigns for children and families across Vietnam.

Joe holds a BSE in Occupational Health & Safety from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) in professional practice.

Susan Gillies

Executive Director, NETS

Susan Gillies was selected as the Executive Director of the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) in October 2021 and is responsible for overseeing and leading all aspects of the organization’s operations and services, including international growth, conferences, the annual benchmark process, and other road safety programs and initiatives. Susan first joined NETS in 2013 as the Marketing and Operations Manager and has overseen a wide variety of NETS back-office operations and membership processes. In addition to publishing the NETS monthly newsletter (NETSWork), she also facilitated and led numerous NETS projects such as the annual Strength in Numbers® Road Safety Benchmark survey, Drive Safely Work Week™ campaigns, the Cost of Motor Vehicle Crashes to Employers-2019™ report and Cost of Crashes App, and the NHTSA Cooperative Agreement Employer Outreach Program. As the Marketing and Operations Manager and then Director, Susan helped organize the NETS annual fleet safety and international conferences, maintained NETS Membership FORUM, and served as the primary point of contact with NETS members and sponsor partners.

Prior to joining NETS, Susan worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs, Benefits Division, in various roles including Supervisory Veterans Service Representative, Program Analyst, and Management Analyst/Human Resource Coordinator. Susan studied abroad for a year in France and is conversational in French.

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Terry Thomas, Chair

Global Director of Health & Safety Technology Solutions
Board Member company since 1996

Terry has a Bachelor of Science in Safety Engineering and has been with UPS for over 35 years. He currently serves as the Global Director of Health & Safety Technology Solutions. He is responsible for developing and implementing technical solutions that facilitate the overall global health & safety strategy, enable risk mitigation, and promote the health, wellness and safety of employees and the general public. He oversees all organizational health & safety related technology projects and data analytics.

Prior to assuming his current position, Terry held various positions in operations, industrial engineering, and health and safety at UPS. He has spent the last 29 years in health and safety at the district, region, and corporate level.

DeWayne Davis

Manager of Driver Services/Driver Capacity/Driver Training/Driver Safety
Board Member company since 2006

DeWayne has 25 years of Transportation Management, Safety/Compliance experience. He began his career in 1990 at Federal Express Corporation working in a variety of roles including Ramp/Aircraft Safety and Field Operations Senior Management.

DeWayne’s transportation career continued in 2005 as VP of Logistics Services with Amerifleet Transportation where he led his team in the areas of logistics, driver recruiting, onboarding, training, safety, risk management, and DOT compliance.

His transportation career expanded on 2010 as Branch Manager at Trimac Transportation, one of the largest bulk hauling companies in North American.

DeWayne continues to develop and promote safe and efficient operations of driver fleets and company operations in his current role at ACERTUS as Manager of Driver Services. DeWayne and his team manage the daily operation of Driver Recruiting, Safety, Training, and Support.

As a Dedicated Safety Leader for ACERTUS, he continues to promote a companywide Safety Culture through implementation of safety policies and programs for all drivers, managers, leaders, employees, and associates of ACERTUS.

DeWayne lives in West Georgia and enjoys spending time with family on their farm. He is an avid sports fan is and enjoys a round of golf or a day of fishing.

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Keith Bain

Senior Commercial Auto Risk Specialist
Board Member company since 1998

Keith has over three decades of experience working as a risk engineer, initially with Liberty Mutual Insurance, and for the past 32 years at Chubb. He’s responsible for providing fleet safety services for commercial motor vehicles and large private passenger fleets insured by Chubb. His work sends him throughout the United States from his office in Nashville, TN.

Keith is a Certified Safety Professional and is a certified National Safety Council DDC instructor. He’s responsible for coordinating the commercial auto training at Chubb’s Global Learning Center in Branchburg, NJ and sits on the ANSI/ASSP Z15.1 Standard Committee.

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Jenn Guerrini

Vice President, Executive Commercial Auto Risk Specialist
Board Member company since 1998

With over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry and 18 years at Chubb NA, Ms. Guerrini oversees the design and delivery of commercial auto risk engineering service products for commercial customers. Ms. Guerrini provides thought leadership and practical advice on emerging hazards, risk assessment and risk control as well as, invaluable knowledge and guidance to not only her peers in the Risk Engineering Service Department but serves as an account executive on key accounts; initiates and sustains close relationships with important producers, industry associations and specialized service providers. In her current role as Executive Commercial Auto Specialist, Ms. Guerrini is responsible for developing and implementing Chubb’s commercial auto strategy and business plans globally.

Ms. Guerrini is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Director Safety (CDS), & Certified Safety Supervisor (CSS). For the past eight years, Ms. Guerrini has been serving as a Fleet mentor for the North American Transportation Management Institute (NATMI), where she assists others in obtaining their certification as a Certified Director of Safety (CDS). Ms. Guerrini is also a Certified Defensive Driver Instructor. Jenn has a B.S. in Occupational Safety & Engineering and an M.S. in Industrial Safety & Engineering.

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Terri (Theresa) McGee

Director of Safety, Industrial Hygiene, and Fire Prevention
Board Member company since 2017

Terri is the Director of Safety, Industrial Hygiene, and Fire Prevention for Consolidated Edison, the New York metropolitan region’s provider of electric, gas, and steam services. In her 15-years with ConEdison, she has worked in varying company departments and positions. Prior to joining Con Edison, Terri served in the US Navy as a surface warfare officer, among ship engineering and operations departments as well as logistic planning for US Navy and Military Sealift Command ships.

Terri joined Con Edison as a project specialist in Customer Operations’ Retail Choice group and held positions of increasing responsibility among the departments of Customer Operations, Environment Health & Safety, Business Finance and was recently a part of the company’s AMI/REV efforts with the Innovative Pricing Pilot project in Customer Energy Solutions.

Terri enjoys learning new areas of the company and is excited to be in EH&S to positively impact worker health and safety. She holds a bachelor of science from the University of Notre Dame and a master of science in information systems from Columbia University.

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Bernard Pierre

Fleet Safety Manager
Board Member company since 2017

Bernard is the Fleet Safety Manager for Consolidated Edison, the New York metropolitan region’s provider of electric, gas, and steam services. Bernard serves as the Company’s central coordinator for fleet safety, and promotes continuous improvement through the development, implementation, and maintenance of a comprehensive program.

Bernard first joined Con Edison in 2000 as an EH&S Environmental Affairs Representative – Substation Operations. He has held various positions, including EH&S Environmental Response Team member, Project Specialist in Central Engineering and Section Manager in EH&S Environmental Affairs.  After taking a leave from Con Edison, Bernard developed and implemented environmental management curriculum for undergraduate and graduate programs at the University of Trinidad and Tobago. Prior to first joining Con Edison, Bernard was a Project Engineer with Malcolm Pirnie, Inc., consulting on various environmental projects for federal, municipal and private clients.

Bernard holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and a Masters of Engineering degree in Environmental Civil Engineering from City College of New York. He also has a Master of Business Administration in Management/Operations Management from New York University, Stern School of Business.


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Dave Scott

Global Land Transportation Safety Advisor
Board Member company since 2014

David Scott is Hess Corporation’s Global Land Transportation Safety Advisor. His position manages a range of land transportation variables. He reviews all high potential land transportation incidents to determine the root cause, prevent future incidents from occurring, and for litigation preparation. He overseas drivers’ training and in-vehicle monitor systems for the Hess fleet of light duty vehicles. David began his career in law enforcement that spanned over twenty-eight years. David received his Collision Reconstruction Certificate from the Northwestern Center for Public Safety. As part of his duties assigned to a traffic unit, David was responsible for investigating all levels of collisions from minor property damage to multiple fatalities. David personally saw the devastation that motor vehicle collisions caused, and has become a champion for motor vehicle safety. While in law enforcement, David was the lead driving instructor for his agency. David designed, instructed, and managed courses to assist local, state, and federal law enforcement officers in advanced driving techniques. David was certified through the state of Washington to instruct Basic and Advanced Collision Investigation and assisted instructing new recruit drivers attending the police academy.

With his diverse skill set, instructing in multiple disciplines, understanding the physics of collisions, as well as understanding what actions drivers are doing in vehicles, David is fully prepared to build a culture of safe drivers. David strongly believes in the Hess ideals of Everyone, Everywhere, Everyday Home Safe.

David also sits on the International Association of Oil And Gas Producers Land Transportation Sub-Committee. He lives in Houston, Texas with his wife of nearly thirty years.

Gabriel T. Kardos

Global Director, Office and Road Safety
Board Member company since 2008

Gabriel Kardos is the Global Director of Office and Road Safety at Johnson & Johnson where he partners with global business, fleet and office safety leaders including EHS&S campus leads and their operational teams to support the health and safety of field and office-based employees.

Gabriel began his 21-year Johnson & Johnson career in 1997 as an Office Operations and Project Manager. Working across sectors in Shared Services, he administered all aspects of office facility operations at the Hungarian Johnson & Johnson affiliate while spearheading the company’s new office and warehouse relocation project.

In 2000, Gabriel was appointed to Fleet Safety Manager EMEA providing support to numerous regional country fleet safety teams with over 13,600 drivers. In 2005 Gabriel took on additional EHS&S responsibilities becoming the Office Health & Safety Program Coordinator and the Six Sigma EMEA Coordinator. In 2013 Gabriel became the Senior Fleet Safety Manager for EMEA with additional responsibility for the Asia Pacific region. He successfully promoted a diverse and inclusive work environment engaging, inspiring and motivating 37 indirect fleet safety regional team leaders in more than 55 countries. Gabriel has a passion for ensuring employees arrive home safely to their families each day and is known as a highly customer-oriented individual collaborating across Johnson & Johnson operating groups and global regions.

While at J&J, under Gabriel’s leadership, the first ever comprehensive EMEA Fleet Safety benchmarking study was initiated with over 28 companies from the Pharmaceutical, Consumer and Medical sectors. The benchmarking study went from a regional EMEA study to that of a global one in nature. The benchmarking group is now active under the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) on which Gabriel sits as a Board Member. He is also an active member of the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration and has been passionately involved in fleet safety related CSR projects in South Africa and Vietnam in support of the Decade of Action for Road safety working to protect children from road traffic injury. Gabriel also sat on the editing committee of Project Committee 241 as the Canadian Chairman for ISO 39001 Road Traffic Safety Management systems and was one of the many stakeholders bringing ISO 39001 to fruition.

Gabriel is based in Hungary where he lives with his wife and two children. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and an Honors Bachelor of Arts degree in Cultural Anthropology from McMaster University in Canada. He also holds a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from the University of Bradford in the United Kingdom.

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Dane Bremer

Director, Employee Safety & Global Business Continuity
Board Member company since 1996

Dane has been with Liberty Mutual for 28 years and has held roles in Claims, Managed Care, Information Technology, Reinsurance and for the past 8 years, as Director of Employee Safety & Global Business Continuity.

Dane is responsible for implementing Liberty’s Employee Safety programs and Business Continuity Resiliency strategy for domestic and international operations.

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Dave Wesolowski

Principal Business Analyst, Employee Safety
Board Member company since 1996

Dave joined Liberty Mutual in 2011 holding roles initially within Commercial Insurance and Corporate Finance before joining the Employee Safety & Business Continuity team in 2013.

Dave is responsible for the implementation and oversight of Liberty’s Employee Safety programs including their ergonomics, respiratory protection, first aid volunteer, risk control committee, and fleet vehicle safety programs.


Tom DeLuise

National Manager for Commercial and Government Fleet Sales
Board Member company since 2018

Tom DeLuise is the National Manager for Commercial and Government Fleet Sales at Toyota Motor North America.  Tom has been with Toyota for 33 years and in his current position for 2 years. He is responsible for commercial and government sales operations.

Prior to this current role, Tom was National Manager of both the Toyota Certified Used Vehicles and Toyota Rent A Car programs for the Toyota Division.  In this role, Tom was responsible for planning and coordination of all sales, rentals and operations compliance for Toyota dealers nationally.   

Tom has also held positions at the National headquarters in sales, marketing, market representation and dealer advertising.  Before that role he held numerous sales operation positions in Toyota’s New York Region field office. 

Tom earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Providence College, Providence Rhode Island. 

Tom and his wife (Cathy) have 2 adult daughters and a son that is a Senior at the University of North Texas.

He, his wife and son live in Prosper, Texas.  


Don Fordiani

Group Manager for Fleet Sales
Board Member company since 2018

Don Fordiani is Group Manager for Fleet Sales for Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc. In his current role he is responsible for all Toyota Motor North America Fleet Sales and Operations.

Prior to his current role, Don was the Group Manager for Guest Experience and Fixed Operations for Lexus, the luxury division of TMS. His responsibilities included ensuring Lexus dealers and area offices have programs, resources and support necessary to provide an industry leading guest experience. He was also responsible for national parts and service operations, dealer performance and technical operations, parts and service marketing and the Lexus owner’s website (LexusDrivers).

Previously, Fordiani held the positions of Lexus National Customer Services Field and Dealer Operations Manager and Assistant General Manager at Lexus Southern Area.

Prior to those roles, Fordiani served as the Lexus Central Area Vehicle Operations Manager, where he was responsible for sales, vehicle supply and merchandising. Fordiani began his career with TMS in 1989, and has held a variety of positions in several regional offices around the country as well as TMS’ Headquarters in Torrance, California. After holding several different positions in the Kansas City Region, he was promoted to TMS Production and Distribution Manager.

Fordiani has a Bachelor’s of Science from the University of California in Davis, CA. Fordiani resides in Plano, TX.

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Todd Wachter

Global Director – Fleet Safety
Board Member company since 1996

Todd has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Cincinnati and has been with UPS for over 33 years. He currently serves as the Global Director for Fleet Safety. In this role, he is responsible for the strategic direction of all things Fleet related for the entire enterprise around the globe.

Prior to assuming his current role, Todd was responsible for safety operations in a number of District and Region operations for UPS and has been dedicated to the Safety function for the previous 13 years. During his overall career, Todd has worked in a number of areas with UPS, including Package and Hub operations and Human Resources.

Todd and his wife Sarah, have a daughter, Emily, that is attending classes at the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD). They reside currently in Atlanta, GA.

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Alexandra Holliday

Program Analyst, Occupant Protection Division
Board Member company since 1994

Alexandra Holliday currently serves as a Program Analyst with NHTSA’s Occupant Protection Division. Alexandra Holliday has over 14 years of professional experience in program and financial management. She joined NHTSA after 2 years working on USAID program oversight. She has over 12 years experience as a staff member of the Occupant Protection Division, where she utilizes her professional expertise to develop and test occupant protection best-practice highways safety countermeasures.

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Kyla Retzer

Ms. Kyla Retzer is as an epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).  She is the NIOSH federal liaison to NETS. In her eight years at NIOSH, she has delivered over 40 professional presentations and published multiple scientific papers, book chapters, videos, hazard alerts, conference proceedings papers, and surveillance reports on various oil and gas extraction safety and health topics, including motor vehicle safety. Ms. Retzer leads the National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) Oil and Gas Sector Council Motor Vehicle Workgroup, a group that develops products about motor vehicle safety for the industry. Ms. Retzer is the Assistant Coordinator for NIOSH’s Center for Motor Vehicle Safety and coordinates an industry/government workgroup that develops products about motor vehicle safety for the industry. Ms. Retzer also oversees the Fatalities in Oil and Gas Database (FOG) which collects detailed information about worker fatalities in the oil and gas extraction industry. This database has been used to identify and raise awareness about emerging and ongoing safety and health hazards for oilfield workers nationally. She has a Master’s in Public Health from the University of North Texas. Prior to her work at NIOSH, Mrs. Retzer worked for many years as an injury prevention specialist and epidemiologist in Alaska. She is a native Texan but is currently based in Denver, Colorado and has two lovely daughters.

NETSWork Newsletter

NETSWork Newsletter

Our Free Monthly eNewsletter provides summaries of timely road safety news, events and alerts in order to stay informed on the latest road safety trends and topics.

Driven to Wellness

Driven to Wellness Campaign

Employers can take action to encourage employees to develop and maintain their energy and vitality to be alert, aware, and to adopt safe driving behaviors through using the information and materials provided in the “Driven to Wellness” toolkit. This includes reaching a healthy weight, being more active, quitting smoking, getting to bed earlier, or starting and maintaining other habits of good health.

Access the Driven to Wellness Toolkit.

Cost of Crashes Calculator

Cost of Crashes Calculator

An online tool for employers who want to understand the cost of crashes incurred by their occupational fleets, in addition to the on- and off-the-job costs of crashes for all their employees and their employees’ dependents. Knowing an occupational fleet’s costs enables management to develop a business case that supports an investment in fleet safety. Knowing the on- and off-the-job crash costs for all employees and their dependents provides employers with justification to invest in employee-wide safe driving programs.

Access the Cost of Crashes Calculator.

2021 STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Annual Conference October 19-21

Join us for NETS VIRTUAL Annual Strength IN Numbers Fleet Safety Benchmark Conference October 19-21, 2021!

2021 LATAM Regional Road Safety Conference Registration (Espanol)

Join us for NETS 2nd Regional Satellite VIRTUAL Conference in Latin America (LATAM): September 14-15, 2021!

2021 LATAM Regional Road Safety Conference Registration

Join us for NETS 2nd Regional Satellite VIRTUAL Conference in Latin America (LATAM): September 21-22, 2021!

Successful 2021 NETS International Conference in Latin America (LATAM) Concluded!

NETS 2nd Regional Road Safety VIRTUAL Conference in Latin America (LATAM) Took Place September 21-22, 2021!

2020 STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Annual Conference

Successful conference concluded with RECORD ATTENDANCE! NETS 2020 Strength IN Numbers® Conference took place Oct. 13-15.

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2019 STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Annual Conference

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October 9 & 10, 2019

Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel
Arlington, Virginia (Metro D.C. area)



Conference speakers and Agenda

Conference Photos

Conference Presentations

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Keynote Speakers

Honorable Bruce Landsberg, Vice Chairman, National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
NTSB’s “Most Wanted List” — Road Safety Challenges and Future Solutions
Sergio Rojas, Holistic Health Coach, Functional Movement Specialist and Certified Nutrition Specialist

Integrating Wellness Initiatives Into Your Employee Road Safety Program, Including Real World Cost Implications

David L. Harkey, President Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the Highway Loss Data Institute

Vehicle Technology in an Ever-changing Fleet World, Including the Latest OEM Technology Advances

Faye Caldwell, Attorney at Law, Caldwell Everson PLLC

Employer Cannabis Legalization and Policy Development: A Best Practice Employer Road Map


Keynote Speaker Bios

Share road safety case studies, new research and emerging issues with your employer road safety peers at the NETS 2019 Annual STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Benchmark Conference.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to engage directly with NETS sponsors who will be on-site for the duration of the event.

Conference participants include NETS member companies from diverse industries, representing a collective global fleet of more than half-a-million vehicles, ~80% passenger vehicles, that travel nearly 11 billion miles annually.


Data Year 2018 Benchmark Report Data

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NETS Conference at Intercontinental Hotel in Costa Rica

2019 NETS International Conference

NETS Conference at Intercontinental Hotel in Costa Rica


Regional Satellite Conference in Latin America

**Conference proceedings held in Spanish with English translation **

April 2-3, 2019
Intercontinental Hotel
San Jose, Costa Rica

Whether you are responsible for leading an international road safety program or managing a fleet of vehicles, you know that spreading safe driving messages to drivers in Latin America represents unique challenges. At the conference, best practices and solutions across industries were shared with other fleet safety managers who face similar challenges.

This inaugural event represented a valuable opportunity to learn about the variety of road safety initiatives and challenges specific to the region.



Conference Presentations

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Read a summary of the conference in the following article:

Fleet Management Weekly Article

Exclusive NETS Sponsors for the Latin America Conference contributed with presentations of innovative approaches and technologies as well as exhibit space to highlight new technologies. The best solutions are the ones that come from collaboration with your fellow road safety professionals through our shared experiences.

Conference Sponsors


Honorary Partners

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2018 Annual Conference Summary

2017 Annual Conference Summary

2016 Annual Conference Summary

NETS Annual Benchmark Conference 2018

2018 STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Annual Conference

October 10 & 11, 2018

Omni Frisco Hotel

(part of the Star Event Center, world headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys)

Frisco, Texas

Thank you to all conference attendees and NETS Sponsors who helped make this year’s conference a successful event!


NETS 2018 STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Annual Conference Program Brochure


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2018 STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Annual Conference Presentations

2018 STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Annual Conference Photos


2017 STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Annual Conference Summary


Drive Safely Work Week™ Distracted Driving Module

Safe Driving is Serious Business

Drive Safely Work Week™ (DSWW) has been an annual campaign sponsored by the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) for many years. In order to continue this successful campaign, we are updating the structure to focus more tightly on changing specific behaviors.

That is why DSWW is now being offered on a more frequent basis, with modules focused on specific driving behaviors and the latest road safety challenges facing employers.

Let’s Get Started

The Drive Safely Work Week™ campaign materials include meaningful activities that reinforce the program’s safe-driving messages yet won’t take significant time away from the work day. Note that materials are not dated, providing the flexibility you need to schedule Drive Safely Work Week activities for the time that works best with your organization’s work schedule.

How to get started:

Schedule your Drive Safely Work Week

1-2 weeks prior:

  • Send letter announcement to employees
  • Schedule distracted driving training workshop and/or webinar using PPT presentation

During your scheduled Drive Safely Work Week:

  • Post social media announcements throughout the week
  • Distribute employee fact sheet(s)
  • Conduct distracted driving training workshop and/or webinar using PPT presentation


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Terms of Use

NETS grants express consent to use the DSWW toolkit as-is. You may modify the materials by adding your own logos and color scheme, providing you also include the NETS logo and DSWW branding. Organizations promoting the DSWW toolkit may not alter or delete any of the materials without the express written consent of NETS. In addition, organizations promoting DSWW must direct downloading of the DSWW toolkit exclusively to links provided by NETS.