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Drive Safely Work Week™ – Parking & Backing Module

Parking and Backing Module

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 endeavor, we updated the structure to focus more specifically on changing specific behaviors, with toolkits delivered more frequently.

All of the 2017 and 2018 campaigns may be used at any time depending on the employer’s schedule.

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:

  • Schedule a 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 training workshop and/or webinar using PPT presentation

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Terms of Use

DRIVE SAFELY WORK WEEK is a registered trademark of NETS. 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.

Drive Safely Work Week™ – Plan a Sober Ride

Impaired Driving Module

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, delivered more frequently.

That is why DSWW is now being offered on a more frequent basis, with modules focused on specific driving behaviors. All of the 2017 campaigns may be used during that week depending on the employer’s schedule.

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

View DSWW Archives

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.

Drive Safely Work Week™ – Speed Module

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.

DSWW: Your Decisions Drive Your Safety

*In collaboration with United Nations Global Road Safety Week

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.

Campaign materials now available in Spanish (click links below to access).

How to get started:

Schedule your Drive Safely Work Week

1-2 weeks prior:

  • Send letter/email announcement to employees
  • Schedule speed 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
  • Conduct speed training workshop/webinar
  • Print and post posters as reminders

 

View DSWW Archives

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.

DSWW 2016 poster

Drive Safely Work Week™ 2016

Drowsy driving and other important risky driving behaviors and countermeasures are highlighted in this year’s campaign. Driver behavior contributes to 94% of all traffic crashes, according to NHTSA, meaning nearly all crashes are preventable

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DSWW 2015 Poster

Drive Safely Work Week™ 2015

The toolkit underscores why advance preparation is important. Whether checking the fuel gauge the night before, thinking through your route, arranging for a designated driver or planning practice sessions with a teen driver, planning ahead is a key element of safe driving.

The free DSWW toolkit provides:

  • easy-to-use Web-based resources, including facts and tips
  • downloadable graphics
  • activities tailored for each day of the campaign week

The toolkit also includes materials geared towards management to encourage the review of safe driving policies and guidelines, as well as integrating road safety into existing wellness programs.

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Drive Safely Work Week™ 2014

The tool kit 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.

The free DSWW tool kit is available for download via the NETS website and provides easy-to-use Web-based resources that include campaign graphics and materials targeted to leadership as well as the employee-base.

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2013 DSWW poster

Drive Safely Work Week™ 2013

Campaign materials illustrate how maintenance of mind, body and vehicle are all connected and essential components to being a safe driver. Resources, tips and activities are provided to help drivers be at their best behind the wheel. The campaign was developed using the expertise of NETS’ member companies, collectively representing a fleet of more than half a million vehicles that travel in excess of 10 billion miles globally each year.

The DSWW campaign focuses on the importance of issues that include:

  • Regular vision screening;
  • Being well-rested and properly fueled for sustained energy;
  • Keeping your vehicle healthy through preventative maintenance; and
  • Getting the right ergonomic fit to your vehicle for maximized field of vision, comfort and well-being

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dsww 2012

Drive Safely Work Week™ 2012

This year’s toolkit provides information and activities to address some of the most common types of traffic crashes across the general population, fleet drivers and teen drivers. The materials encourage employees to refresh their own safe-driving skills, as well as to share the tools and resources provided with family members, particularly new or up-and-coming drivers in the household. The campaign also encourages employers to redistribute existing safe-driving policies or use the week as an opportunity to prepare employees for new policies that may be forthcoming. The DSWW campaign focuses on the following issues:

  • Buckling up all the time and encouraging others to do the same;
  • Recognizing and preventing fatigue-impaired driving;
  • Driving distraction-free;
  • Safe parking and backing; and
  • Fine-tuning the fundamentals to avoid some of the most common types of crashes.

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Drive Safely Work Week 2011

Drive Safely Work Week™ 2011

The 2011 campaign is focused on the dangers of distracted driving— but not just from the position of the driver. The new materials also help consider the roles and responsibilities of being a safe passenger, pedestrian and cyclist in preventing distracted driving-related incidents.

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DSWW 2011

Drive Safely Work Week™ 2010

The 2010 Drive Safely Work Week campaign is focused on the dangers of distracted driving and provides meaningful education and awareness activities to help keep employees safe.

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

Drive Safely Work Week™ 2009

Drive Safely Work Week (DSWW) is an annual workplace safety campaign, providing an easy, affordable way to remind employees of safe driving practices.

  • The DSWW tool kit has everything needed to launch a successful campaign:
  • Activities for each day, including interactive, electronic-based tools
  • Daily communications messages
  • Downloadable graphics
  • Communication tools, including press releases and campaign launch letter
  • Materials suitable for local and global employees

The campaign addresses:

  • Distracted driving
  • Eco-friendly driving
  • Reminders that most everyone has someone counting on them to get home safely each day

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