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UPDATED! Cost of Motor Vehicle Crashes to Employers—2019

Report Shows Traffic Crashes Cost Employers $72.2 Billion in 2019

In 2019, U.S. traffic crashes cost employers $72.2 billion- up from $47.4 billion in 2013- in direct crash-related expenses which include medical care, liability, lost productivity and property damage. See the breakdown of how driver behaviors—on and off the job—contribute significantly to the costs. View the NETS Cost of Motor Vehicle Crashes to Employers Report 2019

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In addition, given that you can’t track what you don’t measure, through a cooperative agreement with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), NETS has developed the Cost of Crashes Calculator to help you measure your company’s cost of collisions so you can make the case to senior leadership for investing in a comprehensive road safety program. Companies can determine their specific cost of crashes using this app.

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Drug-Impaired Driving Toolkit for Employers: What you need to know

Drug-Impaired Driving Campaign

Everyone knows that driving under the influence of alcohol or illicit drugs can be impairing, but did you know that several prescriptions, and OTC drugs can also impair your ability to drive? Taking multiple drugs resulting in different drug interactions can also cause impairment. Drug-impaired driving, also known as drugged driving, or driving under the influence of drugs (DUID) has not only become a primary concern for traffic safety professionals, but also a major concern for employers. This toolkit will help educate employees and prevent drug-impaired driving in the workplace.

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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.

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Drive Safely Work Week™ Campaign Archive

Access past DSWW toolkits and templates to enable you to conduct week-long campaigns on a variety of safe driving topics.