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Drive Safely Work Week: free toolkit

15 September 2015

The Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) has launched its free comprehensive online toolkit to help employers plan ahead for Drive Safely Work Week 2015 (DSWW), the October workplace campaign to improve the safety of employees, employee family members and their communities.

The theme is "PlanAhead—Your Key to Driving Safely." Materials underscore that planning may be the most critical leg of any driving trip, whether the trip takes place on the job or off. Emphasizing the importance of advance preparation, the campaign will help to minimize risks on the road and offers resources to help become a better planner for both business and personal travel.

In addition to materials directed to all employees—whether they drive for work or just to and from work—the toolkit provides resources geared toward management to assist in the development of guidelines and policies as they relate to safe driving.

The free DSWW toolkit provides easy-to-use Web-based resources, including facts and tips, downloadable graphics, and activities tailored for each day of the campaign week.

To download your free toolkit please click here.  

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