Motor vehicle accidents are the most common form of death of all workplace fatalities, and vehicle accidents, injuries, and fatalities outside of work are also on the rise due to all different kinds of distracted driving and other hazards. Whether you drive on the job or just commute to work, it’s important that you stay on your toes and drive defensively to keep yourself—and other drivers and pedestrians—safe. During this training session, we’re going to talk about some techniques that will help you avoid driving accidents and injuries.
Why “Defensive Driving Training for Noncommercial Motorists” Matters:
Motor vehicle accidents are the most common form of death of all workplace fatalities.
It’s extremely important to know the hazards you face on the road and how to handle them.
You should know the laws regarding driving in your state and follow them diligently.
Even the best drivers get into accidents—human error can never be completely eliminated; know what to do when accidents occur.
- Know the hazards you face and be prepared for each.
- Reduce your speed when necessary.
- Keep your mind, eyes, and hands on the task of driving.
- Always wear your seat belt.