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Free Webinar on Distracted Driving Oct. 13

October 06, 2009

TORRANCE, CA - The second installment in this free, three-part safety Webinar series, "Distracted Driving: Dangers and Defenses" will address the issue of distracted driving and helpful information to combat these risky practices on Tuesday, Oct. 13.

If you previously registered for the first Webinar in this series, then you are already signed up for the other two. Those who attend all three will receive a Fleet Safety Training Certificate. If you missed the first session, you can still qualify to achieve this certificate by clicking here to view the archived event.

Sign up now to participate in all three sessions.

Distracted Driving: Dangers and Defenses
October 13, 11AM PDT / 2:00 PM EDT
Sponsored by CEI

Distracted driving is a serious and growing problem for fleets and the public at large. Join us for a free online presentation to gain valuable knowledge about the sources of distracted driving, its impact on crashes, fatalities and fleet finances, and a range of proactive responses.

This webinar will be a practical discussion between a subject matter expert from the National Safety Council and two leading fleet managers from the commercial and public sectors, who will share their real-world experiences and insights in dealing with the problem. Topics will include the science of distracted driving, programs to raise drivers' awareness, legislative initiatives, and emerging technologies.

If so, please join us on October 13, 2009, at 11:00 AM PDT / 2:00 PM EDT.

Part of the Fleet Safety Webinar Series October 13: Distracted Driving: Dangers and Defenses
November 10: Are You Helping to Keep Your Drivers Safe: How Good Are Your Brakes?
Archived Event: Predict and Prevent At-Fault Crashes


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