Project Yellow Light is a college scholarship competition designed to bring about change. Applicants can apply for scholarship money by encouraging peers to develop and embrace safe driving habits through creation of a driving safety video. The winning video will be converted to a national PSA. Submission deadline: 4/1/15.
Homepage of the Roadway Safety Foundation (RSF), one of the few national organizations solely dedicated to reducing highway deaths and injuries by improving the physical characteristics of America's roadways - design and engineering, operating conditions, removal of roadside hazards, and the effective use of safety features. RSF works to attain its goals by building awareness through media campaigns and outreach activities, developing educational materials and forming roadway safety partnerships between the private and public sectors. It is a private non-profit 501(c)(3) organization chartered in 1997 by the American Highway Users Alliance.
The BEST thing going for national fatal crash information and state info from Alabama and Tennessee - unique information processing system not only allows you to cull crash data from an online database, it actually shows you where problems exist!
The National Sleep Foundation is dedicated to improving public health and safety by achieving understanding of sleep and sleep disorders, and by supporting sleep-related education, research, and advocacy.
A poignant "lessons learned" blog from a father who lost his son in a single vehicle crash in 2006. The blog helps parents of teen drivers make better decisions about when to entrust their teens with the car keys.
DCA is a Canadian company that currently operates in 6 provinces and has a number of service providers. Service Providers are privately owned companies or individuals who hold the required credentials and operate under contract to administer DCA protocols and assessments.