Access past DSWW toolkits and templates to enable you to conduct week-long campaigns on a variety of safe driving topics.
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
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.
Are your employees buckling up?
Wearing a seat belt is the single most effective thing you can do to protect yourself in a crash. 2seconds2click is a toolkit developed by NETS in partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Protect your employees. You will find everything you need in the toolkit to launch a 4-week workplace seat belt campaign.
Report Shows Traffic Crashes Cost Employers $47.4 Billion in 2013
In 2013, U.S. traffic crashes cost employers $47.4 billion 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 Cost of Motor Vehicle Crashes online…
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.
Available in 21 Languages
The NETS Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ has global applicability and is for employers of large or small fleets of all vehicle types with new, developing or advanced road safety programs.
NETS is grateful to The Coca-Cola Company, a member of NETS’ Board of Directors, for making the Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ available in 21 languages.
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Arabic
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Burmese
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Chinese
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – English
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – French
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – German
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Hindi
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Indonesian
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Japanese
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Khmere-Cambodian
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Lao
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Malay
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Portuguese
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Russian
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Spanish
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Swahili
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Tagalog
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Tamil
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Thai
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Turkish
- Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ – Vietnamese
The NETS Guide to Defensive Driver Training™ complements the NETS Comprehensive Guide to Road Safety™ and provides guidance on what constitutes an effective and sustainable Defensive Driver Training (DDT) program.
Organizations can use this guide to select defensive driver training providers and to implement a defensive driver training program that can help improve their drivers’ performance and reduce vehicle crashes, injuries and crash-related costs.Download: Guide to Defensive Driver Training™
The NETS benchmarking effort identifies interventions to help companies improve their road safety practices. These recommended practices address the main road safety policies for companies with fleets and represent elements of a company’s safety culture.Download: Recommended Road Safety Practices
Featured in USA Today! NETS’ e-Novice Driver’s Road Map™ (eNDRM) was featured in the “Teen Driver Safety” section of a Teenage Wellness and Safety campaign published in a special print insert within USA Today and online. NETS’ Executive Director, Joseph McKillips, was featured in the Panel of Experts where he discusses how employers, as well as parents, play an important role in keeping teens safe on the road. Click here for the USA Today Panel Discussion
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