To reduce the risks of distracted driving, employers and drivers need to work together to create and implement clear policies and procedures that are supported by effective training and resources. Use the resources in this tool kit to help get you started on your distracted driving policy, training, and workplace resources.


Policy: Distracted Driving Policy A

Distracted Driving Policy A

Use our sample policy as a guide to create your own. Outline your company’s expectations and commitment to preventing distracted driving. Once you customize it to suit your company’s needs, ensure that all employees read, understand, and sign the policy.


Distracted Driving eLearning Course

eLearning Course

This eLearning program answers questions about what kinds of distractions exist and how distractions can be prevented. This course can also be offered at your workplace.


Safety Talk: Work-Related Driving

Safety Talk: Distracted Driving

Show your commitment to preventing distracted driving events with IHSA’s Distracted Driving Safety Talk. A safety talk is a hands-on way to remind workers that health and safety are important on the job.

Tip Sheet

Tip Sheet

Use this tip sheet to educate drivers on how to reduce distractions while driving.


Distracted Driving Hazards

Display our poster around your workplace and remind your drivers of their commitment to health and safety.

For even more information on distracted driving, please visit IHSA's Distracted Driving topic page.

IHSA’s Distracted Driving Radio Campaign

IHSA has developed three ear-catching radio ads to illustrate the danger of distracted driving—it's usually something you don’t see. The commercials, aimed at both drivers and employers, directed listeners to IHSA’s Road Safety Solutions web page, where they could access a wealth of safe driving resources for their workplace.

Listen to the radio commercials below:

IHSA Work Safe for Life · IHSA's Road Safety Solutions - Preventing MVI's

Click here to learn more about the campaign.