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DVD - Distracted Driving
Distracted Driving DVD Training Program
This DVD training is designed to change distracted driving habits and help professional drivers deal with dangerous habits of others and themselves. Topics include: Types of distractions such as texting and technology, inattention blindness, steps to avoid distracted driving, recognizing the signs of other distracted motorists, and what not to do when sharing the road with distracted drivers.
Program Components – (BCTA Product #3263)
1-22 Minute Video – Combines engaging video and editing technology.
1-Discussion Guide – This 20-page guide provides additional information and discussion points to engage drivers in the training session.
10-Driver Handbooks – Reviews key points and serves as a handy post-training reference.
1-Trainer Tool CD-ROM – Includes PowerPoint presentations that can be used as is or customized, along with quizzes and answer keys, training handouts, clip art and a training log.
DVD Main Menu
Play Program – Plays entire main program.
Chapter Selections – Allows easy access to specific subtopics for more focused training.
Opening Vignette – An “in driver seat” scenario about a driver engaging in distracted driving.
Introduction – Covers 3 proactive steps to avoid distracted driving: making a commitment to not drive distracted, watching for distracted drivers around you, and reacting to them appropriately.
Technology as a Distraction – Addresses the ease and convenience of technology like smart phones, laptops, e-books, DVD players, mp3 players, satellite radio, etc., and how technology like these examples are some of the worst contributors to distracted driving. Discusses texting, and how it is more deadly than drunk driving.
Types of Distractions – Describes the 3 types of distractions: visual, physical and mental.
Inattention Blindness – Explains what this is and gives examples of why it’s dangerous.
Consequences of Driving Distracted – Cites crash, injury and fatality statistics.
Dealing with Distracted Driving – Covers good trip preparations and how to deal with distractions that can’t be avoided.
Bonus materials – Commentary that offers interviews from industry professionals and hazard perception scenarios.
Quiz – 10 interactive questions to reinforce the effectiveness of the training.