Impaired Driving Campaigns, Strategies and Materials
Protect your workers and your bottom line by educating your employees about the dangers and consequences of driving under the influence. Use the strategies and materials listed below in conjunction with statewide impaired driving campaigns, local community efforts, or at any time throughout the year.
- Free posters, payroll stuffers and brochures (Use fax order form or submit online.
- Reserve "Fatal Vision" goggles that simulate various levels of impairment. Have volunteers attempt standardized sobriety tests such as the "the walk and turn" and the one-leg stand just as they would at a DWI stop. For more information contact NETS Coordinator Lisa Kons at 800-444-9150/651-228-7330 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Impaired Driving Penalties and Driver's License Sanctions (DPS Website)
- Prescription Drugs in the Workplace
- Stronger DWI Sanctions with Ignition Interlock Law Repeat DWI offenders, as well as first-time offenders arrested at 0.16 and above alcohol-concentration level, must use interlock in order to regain legal driving privileges, or face at least one year without a driver's license. Offenders with three or more offenses are required to install interlock and use for three to six years, or they will never regain driving privileges. Learn more about the ignition interlock sanctions.
- "Road Back to Driving with Ignition Interlock" brochure. Explains how ignition interlock can help DWI offenders regain driving privileges.
- PSA E-blast message(s)
- Designated Driver Gift Certificates
- Fact sheets
- Social Media Posts: Sample social media posts — use on Facebook and Twitter, and ask community partners, businesses, schools and others to use the messages.
- Super Bowl Weekend E-mail Blast
- Super Bowl Safety Tips
- Super Bowl Social Media
- St. Patrick's Day Resources
- Transport Accident Commission (TAC), Australia Campaign - 20 Year Anniversary Retrospective Montage (1999-2009)
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Motor Vehicle Safety Impaired Driving
- National Alcohol Beverage Control Association
- Interlock Ignition Laws for all 50 states
- State University of New York Potsdam, NY - Overview to drunk driving problem