Press Release: Drive S.A.F.E.
For Immediate Release: Feb. 7, 2017
Contact: Lisa Hagenson
Association Risk Management Services
Federated Insurance Companies
Federated Insurance wants to help you prevent your employees and loved ones from being injured or killed in a vehicle crash. Our ongoing, multi-part campaign to reduce vehicle crashes and fatalities now includes the Drive S.A.F.E. program.
There are four major contributors to vehicle crashes: Speed, Attention, Fatigue, and Emotion. Drive S.A.F.E. was created to raise awareness of how these factors contribute to crashes.
Federated designed the Drive S.A.F.E. education program specifically to help employers start the conversation with their employees on driving responsibility and the dangers involved with these behind-the-wheel actions.
The program offers business owners some best practices they can implement to help everyone make it home safely at the end of each day, such as a company driving policy, driver MVR screening and monitoring, and driver education. The employee training portion includes a video that dives into the real and personal consequences of unsafe driving. It explores the legal, financial, physical, and emotional impact a devastating vehicle crash can have on a business, the owner, employee driver, and innocent victim.
Also provided is an employee survey designed to be a driving self-awareness assessment, a safety meeting trainer outline, employee handouts, and Drive S.A.F.E window and windshield clings.
Federated marketing representatives will personally deliver the Drive S.A.F.E. program to each of their clients. For more information, contact your local Federated representative or visit federatedinsurance.com.
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