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What stays the same

Our Defensive Driving Course has the highest rate of success in reducing the number and severity of collisions, and their related costs. It’s the one driver improvement program that offers up-to-date curriculum and consistent quality and content nationwide.
  Flexible options to suit your needs 

Whatever NSC training you choose, you'll protect employees and reduce the number of costly incidents.

Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of workplace deaths. Just one motor vehicle crash with injuries can cost your company $38,000—one fatal crash can cost almost $1,000,000.
National Safety Council, Injury

 

A National Safety Council--East Kentucky Training Center Program
 DDC-8/6 Employers
 Train your employees on safe driving habits
 The National Safety Council's Defensive Driving Courses teach your employees practical knowledge and techniques to avoid collisions and violations, and to choose safe, responsible driving behaviors. Even if they don’t drive as part of their job descriptions, your employees’ driving habits affect your business.

The good news is that although you can't control what your employees face on the highway, you can control whether they’ve been trained to handle it.
 Training pays off in more than one way. Insurance companies in 34 states offer a reduction on insurance premiums for DDC graduates. Check with your insurance provider to see if discounts apply. The National Safety Council’s Defensive Driving Course (DDC) was the first driver improvement course in the nation. Nearly 40 years and 60 million drivers later, we’re still out in front. No other driver training program has a higher rate of success in reducing the severity and frequency of collisions for its customers.
 What's new in the 8th edition? Updated statistics, including the top six violations; revised scenarios; modified videos, including two new titles; new and expanded topics; new section that can be customized with local driving statues.

New and expanded topics include:






 



 Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of workplace deaths. Just one motor vehicle crash with injuries can cost your company $38,000—one fatal crash can cost almost $1,000,000.

National Safety Council, Injury Facts 2004® Edition









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