Defensive Driving

Learn to identify problems before they occur, so you can react appropriately while driving.

While operating any motor vehicle you must be fully prepared for the situation, including anticipating and reacting quickly to the actions of other drivers.  We know that we are safe drivers but how do we know the other guy is?  We can never assume that we are sharing the road with equally safe drivers, so it is imperative that you and your staff be prepared for the worst.

Defensive driving teaches proactive behaviour and rapid assessment skills which allow drivers to identify potential problems before they occur, so that they may react appropriately and be prepared to take corrective action.

Avoid the common simple mistakes that are often reoccurring due to failing to predict the out come of other drivers actions or your own actions, putting your self in situations where u have no exit strategy, choosing a faster but higher risk method for executing a task  and not scanning surroundings for risks like power lines, other workers, soft or sloped terrain.

 

Don’t let your drivers learn the hard way. Defensive driving training makes everything easier. By offering training you build a culture of safety and pass on good habits from an employee to an employee. You can build a perfect balance of safety and production with defensive driving training. Employees will feel that their opinions and concerns are valued and that they are a part of the team. Proper training makes employees independent reliable and safe.

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Upcoming Courses

ONLINE LIVE WEBINAR – DDC Trucks

May 12, 2020

ONLINE LIVE WEBINAR – DDC Cars

May 13, 2020

Join us for the Live Webinar to complete the Classroom Portion of Defensive Driving Course.

Who Is This For?

Drivers of all types of cars, trucks or buses.

You’ll Learn…

  • Getting Started, Sitting Properly
  • Hands: Where Should They Be, Why Should They Be There
  • Seatbelts: What Every Driver Needs To Know!
  • Mirrors; A Reflected View
  • Where You Should Be Looking
  • Brakes: How To Employ Them
  • How to See and Be Seen
  • On and Off Ramps
  • City Driving
  • Collision Avoidance

Hear From Past Attendees

“A lot more informative than I thought it would be.  I definitely learned some new things that will make me a better driver.”

Anne Walser, Elgin County

”Good refresher for experienced drivers.”

Chris Earley, Enbridge Pipelines

“Very informative, well instructed.  I did learn some new things about my driving.”

Douglas MaCaulay, Elgin County

“Course was well put together – would recommend it to others.”

Adam Johnson, Enbridge Pipelines

“Enjoyed the training, good reminders.  Good pace.  Likes the scenarios.  Engaged with learners.  Great job.”

Louise Hutton, Enbridge Pipelines

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