GET INVOLVED: EMPLOYERS
Having a distracted driving policy in place doesn't just make good safety sense - it makes good business sense. Put your employees' safety first with these steps:
- Get the 2011 Drive Safely Work Week Toolkit
The Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) offers a free toolkit with information on how businesses can raise awareness about traffic safety issues and discourage distracted driving among employees.
- Enact a company policy on distracted driving
Download a sample policy, customize it to your organization's needs, and let your employees know that you support distraction-free driving. Hang up posters in the office to remind employees that "One Text or Call Could Wreck It All."
- Encourage employees to take - and share - the pledge
Distracted driving doesn't become less dangerous when the work day is over. Distribute pledge forms to your employees and urge them to share it with their friends and family.