U.S. vehicle fatalities in 2018 exceeded 40,000, a 14% increase over the level just four years ago (2014). In 2017, the most recent year for which data on vehicle fatalities caused by distracted driving is available, there were 3,166 fatalities known to be caused by distracted driving. Distracted driving includes texting and cell phone use while driving, as well as other types of poor driving behaviors. MCAA resources can help you curb these behaviors.
Get Up to Speed Quickly
MCAA’s Distracted Driving Safety Bulletin will bring you up to speed quickly.
Establish Rules of the Road
MCAA’s Distracted Driving Reduction and Prevention Guide will help you:
- Establish a written policy to reduce or prevent distracted driving in your company
- Train all affected drivers/workers
- Learn about technologies to reduce or prevent distracted driving
Provide Additional Worker Training
MCAA’s Workplace Distractions Safety Training Video will help your workers recognize and avoid the four most common industry-related workplace distractions:
- Driving distractions
- Electronic distractions
- Environmental distractions
- Personal distractions
Accompanying materials are also available to assist you in highlighting key training points, documenting worker training and confirming that workers understand the training concepts:
Highlight Key Training Points
Document Worker Training
Confirm that Workers Understand the Training Concepts
Want Even More Safety Resources?
MCAA has you covered, with a full range of resources to help you protect your workers from injury and comply with applicable safety regulations. Here’s where to find them:
On our Direct Links to MCAA & MSCA Safety Resources page, where they’re listed by category with links.
In the Resource Center, where you can use the blue Refine Your Search bar to pinpoint exactly what you’re looking for.
Have Questions or Need Personal Assistance?
Contact MCAA’s Pete Chaney.