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									Defensive Driving
Accident Investigation-Employee Awareness/18 minute DVD, 1996, JJ Keller, Training
Network

Familiarize employees with accident investigation procedures so they can assist
management in preventing future accidents.

         Direct and indirect costs of accidents

         Supervisor's role during investigation

         Employee's role as a witness

         Making workplace improvements

         Reporting all accidents and near misses
Behind the Wheel-Precision Left & Right Turns for Small Buses/ 41 minute Video,
Buckley
This video demonstrates how to teach drivers to make safe rights & left turns. It uses a
proven system of how to adjust and us mirrors, when to start your turn, and how to complete
re-entry into the correct lane.

This video is also designed to be used in sections to facilitate driver practice. After viewing
this tape and practicing behind the wheel, a driver should be able to determine the correct
turning point and zone for any bus.

Intersections are no place to be guessing whether you can clear that signpost or stop sign, or
whether you have enough space to complete the turn. Every driver should be able to get
through any turn without guessing.
This training tape is designed to be used before drivers get behind the wheel. By
understanding how to make turns, valuable behind the wheel training time is saved. The
place to practice turning fundamentals is in a controlled environment - before you get out on
the road. Drivers who turn accident-free can save districts valuable down-time and money.
Precision Right and Left Turn Video demonstrates a systematic step-by-step process based
on:

         Understanding the importance of lane position.

         Knowing the correct turning point of the bus.

         Determining the turning range and turning zone.

What the driver can learn:

         The Five-Count Mirror System.

         Tips for making turns out on the road.
How to efficiently make the following: sharp right turn, rounded right turn, rolling sharp right
turn, rolling rounded right turn, sharp rounded right turn with a problem-vehicle in the
recovery lane, how to make a left turn, a rolling left turn
Dangerous Crossings: A Second Thought/12:18 minute Video, 1994, AAA Foundation for
Traffic Safety

Dramatic real-life footage shows what can happen when drivers fail to yield at railroad
crossings. Testimonials from people involved in railroad crossing tragedies reinforce the
consequences of this risky behavior. The police version (#414) contains four minutes of
additional footage with special information for law enforcement officials on promoting railroad
crossing safety.

Defensive Driver…Who Me?/9 minute Video, NSC

An animated overview of the key concepts and theories of defensive driving

Includes:

       The definition of defensive driving

       Six conditions that contribute to collisions

       The standard accident prevention formula

       The definition of the preventable collision

       Instructions on how to make a pre-trip mental inventory.
Defensive Driving/7 minute DVD, 2001, JJ Keller, Training Network

Overview the critical elements of defensive driving: visual scanning, identifying and dealing
with road hazards and road user hazards, and communicating clearly with motorists

Defensive Driving & Road Rage/15 minute DVD, 2000, LIP, Training Network
Your employees are on the road every day and everyday there is the potential for dangerous
situations. Make sure they know how to diffuse anger and aggression behind the wheel to
reduce liabilities!

       Road rage is learned behavior change it!

       Adjust attitudes

       Decrease frustration levels and improve health

       Avoid all gestures
Defensive Driving Techniques/16 minute VHS, 1989, Aims, Training Network
Follow two drivers in the U.S. Safety Driving Rally as they demonstrate that aggressive driving
is not only dangerous, but it rarely saves much time.

       Basic premises of defensive driving

       Dangers of dawdling and fatigued drivers

       Most common poor driving condition darkness

       Utilizing a "cushion of space" and the two second rule
Special concerns: blocked views, merging and more
Driven to Extremes/12:20 minute Video, 1999, NSC
Self-study or classroom program designed to help individuals recognize the symptoms of
aggressive driving in themselves and others.
Driver Attitude/5 minute DVD, 1990, Valley Videos, Training Network
This motivational video is packed with material covering safe driving procedures, seat belt use
and even the effects of drugs and alcohol on driving.
Driving in Bad Weather/9:18 minute Video, 1994, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

The blinding effects of fog, dust, smoke, rain, snow, and ice. Stresses the need to choose safe
speeds for adverse weather conditions and explains when it is best to get off the road. Video
includes tips on vehicle maintenance that can help drivers prepare for bad weather.

Hazard Perception Challenge II with 40 Scenes/ 60 minute DVD, 2002, JJ Keller, Training
Network

Designed for novice and veteran drivers alike, this excellent program includes 40
different scenarios which can be presented in either "continuous play" or "stop-and-
go" segments (10 to 12 minutes each).

       Highway, city and night driving

       Extreme weather driving and backing

Low Visibility & Driving/15 minute Video, NSC

Addresses problems caused by weather conditions such as fog, snow, rain and bright sun, and
other factors not usually covered in traditional driver safety courses, including

       Objects within the vehicle

       “Blinding” spray from passing vehicles

       The effect of shadows

       Safe stopping areas

Modern Technology & Driving/20 minute Video, 1993, FLI Learning System, Inc./NSC

Covers critical safety issues involving air bags, automatic safety belts, anti-lock braking
systems, and more. However, when poorly understood and used improperly, they can make
driving more hazardous.
Preventing Road Rage: Anger Management for Drivers/20:05 minute Video, 1998, AAA
Foundation for Traffic Safety

Violent aggressive driving, or "road rage," is a major public concern. This educational video
teaches viewers how to avoid offending other drivers, manage their own anger, and disengage
from an angry encounter. Preventing Road Rage is illustrated with exciting footage of on-the-
road encounters between angry driver and personal anecdotes from real people who have
reformed themselves by practicing anger management techniques demonstrated in the
program.

Radio Communications/12 minute DVD, Trainum

"All New" program designed to help employees become familiar with the role and usage of
radio in transportation. Covers all aspects of radios, including safety precautions. (OSHA
Compliance)
Reduce Your Risk/15 minute Video, 1993, FLI Learning System, Inc./NSC
Video demonstrates personal safety techniques to avoid crimes while driving, parking, or
walking to and from vehicles. Helps safeguard yourself and other against vehicle-related
crime. One Example is:

Approaching an intersection, you spot a situation that just doesn’t seem right. What safety
procedures should you follow before and at the intersection?

Road Rage: How To Protect Yourself/ 15 minute Video, 1998 FLI learning Systems, Inc/NSC
Presentation covers the rational for keeping cool, calm and controlled in today’s stressful and
potentially dangerous driving environment. It highlights common situations that can trigger
conflicts between drivers, such as: Tailgating, cutting in and out of traffic, driving too slowly
and much more. This information is want drivers need to know about maneuvering safely in
today's stressful &often dangerous driving environments.

Road Rage & Aggressive Driving: A View from the driver’s seat/ 20 minute Video,
Buckley

“Road rage” is deliberate, violent behavior by a driver in response to a real or imagined traffic
grievance. It occurs when something “snaps” in a driver who might usually be a careful, law-
abiding motorist. “Aggressive” drivers are motorists who often ignore traffic laws, and drive
erratically as their “normal” pattern of behavior. Aggressive drivers may trigger road rage in
others, or may develop road rage themselves. This timely program supports driver education
units regarding factors that contribute to impaired driving, particularly the effects that
attitudes and emotions have on driving skills and decisions. The video also provides valuable
examples for life skills units on anger management. Students learn safety measures to follow
if they are the object of an enraged driver, and how to manage their emotions behind the
wheel to avoid becoming enraged themselves. The message is reinforced by examples of the
consequences of road rage episodes. Students learn that adopting a cooperative driving
attitude and giving other drivers that benefit of the doubt can prevent these tragedies.

Safety Awareness for Drivers/25 minute DVD, 1999, JJ Keller. Training Network

Capture your drivers' attention by presenting safety as a personal issue, not a
corporate objective! Help your drivers see that each of them has a personal
responsibility to help ensure safety and a safe working environment.

Seatbelt Safety/5 minute VHS, 1998, Valley Videos, Training Network
Dramatic footage of auto accidents motivates workers to wear seat belts. This video covers
federal regulations for seat belt safety and disproves arguments against wearing seat belts
Seeing Hazards/10 minute, 2000, JJ Keller, Training Network
This video is with a school bus but it is pretty good and the concept. Video talkes about the
route to safe driving:

         Scanning for Hazards

         Position seat & mirrors

         Using mirrors effectively

         Restricted vision

Improve safety by sharpening perception skills needed to avoid dangerous situations and
accidents. Covers issues such as proper seat and mirror positioning, overcoming restricted
vision, correct visual scanning techniques, and enhancing hazard awareness.

Starts Training Program /42 minute Video, Pro of Wyoming

Talks about Vehicle Inspection, Driving Safety, and Passenger Relations
The Hardway /12:50 minute Video, NSC
Realistic human drama takes a look at how some people learn the benefits of defensive driving
the hard way - after a collision.

The PRO System for Accident-Free Backing & Parking/25:30 minute Video, Buckley

This video set the standard for backing tractor-trailer combinations. It demonstrates
how to adjust mirrors so that the driver can control the triangle of danger on the
sides and back of the trailer. It then illustrates safe backing in a variety of difficult
situations.

Backing accidents account for over 15% of all bus accident, experts say most of
these accidents are preventable with proper training. This video demonstrates how
to teach drivers to make safe backing and parking with small buses. (This is using a
school bus/and full size

The Safest Way Out: Special-Needs Driver Version/16:50 minute Video, AAA
Foundation for Traffic Safety


Shows drivers of special-needs school buses how to properly prepare for and conduct
an emergency evacuation. Details how to release wheelchairs form modern
restraint systems, how to properly lift mobility-impaired children, and how to assist
hearing and visually-impaired children to evacuate the bus safely.

Transit Bus Type D, Precision Backing /38 minute DVD, 1994, Buckley, Training Network

Ensure bus drivers are not guessing if they have enough space when attempting a turn. (This
demonstrated with a school bus-but is effective) This systematic approach helps them decide:

       Importance of lane position

       Correct turning point of the bus

       Determining the turning range, turning zone

       5- count mirror system

       Turns: sharp, rounded, rolling and problem tips
Ultimate Driving Challenge/17 minute Video, Buckley

This educational program puts the audience in the driver’s seat to test their reactions to 20
specific driving situations. Hosts Craig T. Nelson and Paula Zahn introduce questions designed
to test road safety knowledge and provide helpful information for avoiding support include Tim
Allen, Annie Potts, Diedre Hall, and Barbara Mandrell. Accidents can happen because of
adverse weather conditions, careless drivers, or our own driving mistakes. The questions
challenging the viewer cover a variety of situations and information, including weather,
emergency vehicles, railroad crossings, road signs, passing vehicles, motorcycles, school
buses, safety equipment and traffic rules. Questions are posed in both true/false and multiple
choice formats. After viewers choose their answer, the correct response is explained through
dramatic stunts, recreations, and real-life film footage.

Using Your Eyes Effectively/9:34 minute Video, 1994, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

Demonstrates effective scanning techniques for safe driving. Learn how to gather
information through central and peripheral vision, and where to concentrate
attention on the roadway. Also covers the effects of alcohol on a driver's visual
perception.
Vehicle Maintenance Safety/ 12 minute DVD, Trainum
Designed for shop personnel working on farm equipment and/or vehicle maintenance. Cover
basic safe driving rules. (OSHA Compliance)

Vehicle Safety-Driving on the Road /17 minute, 1992, LIP, Training Network
Perfect for everyone who drives any type of vehicle. Covers road rules, drinking and driving.

      Defensive driving: freeway driving, stopping distances, pedestrians

      Vehicle inspection, parking rules and safety concerns
Accident procedures and emergencies

								
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