Defensive Driving Course

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NSC CERTIFIED DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSES

The National Safety Council is the only safety organization to be chartered by Congress and recognized for its leadership in safety programs and advocacy. In 1964, the Council pioneered the country’s first Defensive Driving Course. Since then, we have trained more than 75 million drivers in all 50 states – and around the world.

The leading cause of occupational fatalities is vehicle-related crashes. NSC has been actively working to reduce motor vehicle collisions for more than five decades. We lead the way to reduce traffic crashes, helping save lives. Thousands of companies – Fortune 100 corporations, small businesses, nonprofits and community service agencies – all depend on NSC to educate their employees and professional drivers.

ABOUT THE COURSE

NSC Defensive Driving Courses teach drivers how to recognize and react to immediate and potential hazardous driving situations and conditions. Our instructor-led, classroom courses provide collision prevention strategies and defensive driving techniques that focus on behavior, judgement, decision making and consequences.

These highly interactive courses will help influence drivers to make positive choices to improve driving behaviors and attitudes and encourage respectful and lawful decisions to avoid motor vehicle incidents and decrease traffic violations.

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NEW DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE, 10TH EDITION

The National Safety Council Defensive Driving Course, recognized for its leading edge curriculum, delivers the most compelling and proven-effective defensive driving and collision prevention strategies.

The NEW 10th edition is a three-in-one driver safety program providing instructors the flexibility to teach the course in 8, 6 or 4 hours. Whether your employees are experienced drivers, assuming new driving tasks or commuting to work, this course provides them with safe-driving knowledge that focuses on behavior, judgment, decision-making and consequences.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Implementing a driver safety program, will help your organization keep employees safer and can potentially:

  • Decrease risk of motor vehicle collisions and traffic violations
  • Minimize exposure to liability risks and legal costs
  • Reduce insurance premiums and workers’ compensation claims
  • Lower vehicle repair bills and replacement expenses
  • Protect business operations and brand identity