National Safety Council. Driver Improvement Programs. Your Safety & Health Leader For 90 Years. Founded by large industrial corporations in 1913 to educate workers on safe practices Declared the premier safety organization of the nation by Charter of United States Congress in 1953.
Driver Improvement Programs
NSC’s largest program activity
It represents almost 25% of our total program activity
Source: Traffic Safety Facts 2002 – Older Population, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Older Americans in 2000: Key Indicators of Well-Being, Federal Interagency Forum on Aging Related Statistics at http://agingstats.gov/ accessed January 7, 2004.
(numbers in millions)
Source: Administration on Aging, Profile of Older Americans: 2000, February 9, 2001.
Source: Traffic Safety Facts 2002 – Older Population, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Source: A Profile of Older Americans: 2002, American Association of Retired Persons Research Center at http://research.aarp.org
accessed January 7, 2004.
Source: American Association of Retired Persons Research Center.
Topical Areas For Education & Awareness
Session I: Introduction, Self Appraisal and Safety Belts & Air Bags
Session II: Physical Changes and Cushion of Safety
Session III: Multiple-Lane Highway Driving
Session IV: City Driving
Session V: Pedestrian Safety
Session VI: Driving on Rural Roads
Session VII: Special Considerations
Session VIII: Self-Appraisal Review