Employers share the costs of motor vehicle collisions with government, insurers, and crash victims.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, employers pay, on average, more than:
$24K per non-injury crash
$128K per injury crash
$3.8M per fatality
20% of costs whether the collision occurred on-the-job or not
Traffic safety courses will save money
An Executive Survey of Workplace Safety conducted by the Liberty Mutual Insurance Company found that 61% of surveyed business executives believe that they receive an ROI of $3.00 or more for every $1.00 spent on traffic safety programs.
Who is at risk?
The millions of workers who drive to work or make repair calls, deliveries, and client visits are at risk of being involved in a motor vehicle collision.
Collisions are consistently the leading cause of work-related fatalities in the U.S.
Leading cause of death for:
- Executives, administrators, and managers
- Clerical staff
- Military personnel
- Transportation workers
Second leading cause of death for:
- Service workers
NTSI’s programs have been the subject of numerous third-party studies. The results show that our programs are effective at reducing collision rates and repeat traffic violations.