The ‘Drop It And Drive’ Approach to Distracted Driving Prevention
Our use of ‘Stories & Science over Statistics’ has proven effective in changing driver behaviors and beliefs. As Founder & Executive Director, I partnered with a diverse team of speakers including a retired Captain with the Surrey Fire Service and the Surrey RCMP Traffic Division.
Our seminars are energetic, thought provoking, improvisational and fully interactive with our audience. We hold their attention and challenge their perceptions by frequently switching speakers, using PowerPoint presentations and carefully selected videos to ‘drive’ home the message. Our research is consistently up-to-date in order to ensure all the media stories and studies are current, topical and relevant.
Contact us to find our more or make a booking for your high school, college, university, community group, organization or corporation.We can deliver our presentations and seminars throughout British Columbia, Canada and the U.S.A.
‘I would highly recommend to any school, municipality or corporation in Canada to have Drop It And Drive attend their organization to present to their students, staff or key stakeholders.’ -City of Ottawa, Traffic Management and Operational Support Branch
Our corporate risk management and employee safety program is ideal for OHS (Occupational Health and Safety), JHSC (Joint Health and Safety Committees) and HSE (Health, Safety & Environment) professionals seeking relevant seminar topics. We typically deliver our seminars at safety stand-downs, conferences and other special events.
‘Should be made mandatory for all drivers.’ -PennWest Exploration
‘Couldn’t forget this message even if I tried. Best Presentation Ever.’ -Walker Aggregates Inc.
‘Seen a few presentations on distracted driving, this was by far the best.’ – Northern Mat & Bridge Ltd.
The goal of Drop It And Drive Youth Program is to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving and distracted walking with a solution-focused, reality-based approach. Providing road safety programs for elementary schools and speaking to high school students provides the opportunity to positively impact the next generation of drivers to help reduce injuries and fatalities.
‘A ‘must’ presentation for the educational system. Powerful and realistic scenarios that make the students believe in what could ultimately happen.’ -LA Matheson Secondary
‘Probably the most useful guest speakers we’ve had throughout the semester.’ -B.C., Planning 10 Student