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Online Driver's Ed

Suncoast Safety Council (SSC) has teamed up with AAA to offer a comprehensive online driver education class for beginning drivers. AAA’s How to Drive program is America’s leading driver education curriculum used by more than 2,700 driving schools throughout the US.

The How to Drive course was designed to develop the knowledge needed for students to prepare for a lifetime of safe and responsible driving. It will benefit anyone who wants to learn more about driving and may serve to better equip students for the written exam.

 


  • Same curriculum as a classroom setting offered in a convenient and self-paced delivery

  • The most up-to-date information available

  • Innovative delivery including video, synchronous presentations, simulations and interactive exercises to enhance content retention






Price: $125 


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Questions? Please call: (727) 442-0233 or e-mail drivesafely@safety.org

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Suncoast Safety Tips

Clean = Safe

Maintain a clean work area. Not only will you remove many hazards from a work area by keeping it clean, but you will also provide a more productive work environment for your employees.

 

 

Suncoast Safety Tips

Listen Up

 

Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common occupational diseases. Always wear your recommended equipment to prevent hearing loss (canal caps, earplugs or earmuffs), which may vary depending on the noise level and work environment. If you are uncertain, ask. If you have to shout over noise to be heard on or off the job, that noise could be damaging your hearing.