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Eliminating Driving Distractions: To The Point

10 Lessons
11-20 Minutes
9 Quiz Questions

Course Overview


Statistics indicate that one in four motor vehicle fatalities is a result of distracted driving. What many people fail to realize is distracted driving is more than the use of a cell phone. This training focuses on the different types of driving distractions and how to avoid them. This course starts by explaining the four main types of distractions, visual, auditory, cognitive and manual. Visual distractions for example include looking out the window at a person or dropping something in the car and retrieving it. The course demonstrates a number of distractions falling under each major category. The course then illustrates ways to avoid distractions. Putting one’s phone away before driving, and not having conversations while driving are some examples. Use this course to help employees learn how to control potential distractions before driving and create habits to stay safe behind the wheel.

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    Key Audience


    All drivers

    Course Topics


    Introduction
    Distracted Driving Is A Complex Problem
    Visual Distraction
    Auditory Distraction
    Cognitive Distraction
    Manual Distraction
    Multi-Faceted Distractions
    Controlling Potential Distractions Before Driving
    The Role Of Physical & Mental States In Driving Awareness
    Avoiding Complacency

    Workplaces


    Roadway

    Categories


    Safety: Driving

    Course Detail


    Course ID
    ttpceddi_vod

    Time

    11-20 Min
    Questions
    9

    Languages

    en-es

    video format

    HD

    captions

    Yes

    Resources

    Yes

    Lessons

    10

    Remediation

    Yes

    Bookmarking

    Yes

    Feedback

    Yes

    Microlearning

    no