Safe Teen Driving Club
Crash Free America - A Corporate Communications Progam
Keep Your Employees at Work, Productive & Engaged
Avoid Costs, Minimize Risks
Partners who share a common interest can have a powerful effect in solving problems when working in a coordinated effort.
The public health and safety issue surrounding teen driving crashes -- and its often tragic impact on families -- is a problem that can be addressed far more effectively when partners join forces.
We actively seek companies to work with on reducing the teen driving crash and injury rate. (For further information, please contact us at email@example.com or 678-820-8630)
The Crash Free America program is designed to have a bottom-line impact on your company,
This is a communications program that focuses on awareness, answers and practical steps to take. It will:
- Educate employees on risk factors and specific action steps they can take to avoid tragedy.
- Inform them about tools and services available to monitor and manage the teen driving process.
Distracted Driving Lawsuits Are On the Rise Against Corporations
Whether they use fleet vehicles, company cars or their personal vehicles, your employees themselves will also learn and improve their own driving as they learn how to protect their teen drivers.
"Employees Use of Cell Phones While Driving Becomes a Liability for Companies" Washington Post, 05-20-12 http://t.co/waD0P8QD
Crash Free America provides monthly information for your employees on topics such as:
· Risk Factors · Safety Tips
· Financial Implications · Parenting Ideas & Tools
· Auto Insurance Information · State Laws
Let’s talk about Crash Free America: 678-820-8630 or info@SafeTeenDrivingClub.org
About Safe Teen Driving Club The Club works with corporations, parents, schools, non-profit organizations and public policy makers. Featured speakers at the national highway safety LifeSavers Conference and parent learning sessions at high schools, we also serve on the Board of Directors of and support the Joshua Brown Foundation, author of Georgia’s "Joshua's Law." Our advisors and content-developers include Clinical Psychologists, Traffic Safety Curriculum experts, driving instructors and others intimately familiar with teen driving and teen parenting issues.
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