Kit Helps Handle Accidents, Breakdowns

May 1, 2001
J J Keller & Associates Inc has introduced Accidents & Breakdowns, an updated training program that shows drivers how to stay safe and fulfill their responsibilities

J J Keller & Associates Inc has introduced Accidents & Breakdowns, an updated training program that shows drivers how to stay safe and fulfill their responsibilities after an accident or breakdown.

A 15-minute videotape walks drivers through a seven-step accident procedure: stopping the vehicle; preventing other accidents; assisting the injured; notifying law enforcement; documenting what happened; contacting the company; and filling out the accident report. The video also discusses proper placement of warning devices and actions to take after a breakdown.

This kit includes 10 driver handbooks, a training log, 10 wallet cards, and an awareness poster. The program is available for $169 by phoning 800-327-6868. Callers should reference Action Code 01255 when ordering.

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